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Through the Looking Glass - Adelaide Fringe

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by Jenny Rossiter (subscribe)
Writer, photographer, educator, explorer of places new, with a passion for adding fun back into life.
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Through the Looking Glass
Through the Looking Glass

What happens to Alice after her tea party with the Mad Hatter? A cast of talented young performers invite you to step Through the Looking Glass and find out. Draw up a fantastical seat to this chessboard of colourful characters for a fun time for the whole family. Join Alice as she meets with Kings and Queens both red and white, scales heights with Humpty Dumpty and gets poetical with Tweedledum and Tweedledee.

Through the Looking Glass
A seat fit for a Queen (photograph TP Prior)

'It is whacky, serious, dark, light and filled with humour and pathos,' notes Jo-anne Sarre, the director and producer.

Sometimes immersion in another time and place bring solutions to light for our own life journey. Alice tackles challenging characters, changing landscapes and continuous uncertainty. Her ability to adapt is a lesson in resilience hidden in fun and frivolity.

'Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast,' said the White Queen. Perhaps you too will come away allowing 'impossible things' to creatively change your view of reality.

Through the Looking Glass
Six impossible things before breakfast (photograph TP Prior)


Don't be a card, join the fun of the game, and peer through the looking glass with Alice. You won't need to pawn a ring, tickets are very reasonably priced.

Through the Looking Glass
Off with her head! (photograph TP Prior)


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Why? Add a little bit of Jabberwocky to the Tweedledum of Life
When: Friday 7th March at 7pm
Saturday the 8th March at 2pm
Phone: 08 8388 0353
Where: The Living Arts Centre
Mt Barker Waldorf School
Cost: Children $17 Adults $23 Concession $21
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