Gosford Musical Society’s (GMS) young starts are gearing up to tackle the Disney version of Lewis Carroll’s curious classic, Alice in Wonderland.
Set for a January debut, Alice in Wonderland Junior will see the next generation of the GMS take to the Laycock Theatre’s stage as they take audiences on a journey down the rabbit hole.
Directed by the GMS’s Rosie Ross, the production will take on Disney’s animated motion picture and follow the evercurious Alice, played by Evie Pearce, as she chases the White Rabbit across Wonderland.
Pearce’s Alice will be joined by an array of talented young up and comers with Scotia Emmett taking on the role of White Rabbit, Eva Berry the Queen of Hearts and Liam Barbeler as the Mad Hatter.
“With creative costumes, a wonderful set, and a cast of over forty talented GMS local musical theatre performers, come sing along with classic Disney hits including: ‘I’m Late, ’ ‘The Un-birthday Song, ’ ‘How D’ye Do and Shake Hands’ and ‘Zip-A-Dee-DooDah’. “This is a show not to be missed, ” said GMS President, Roslyn English. Alice in Wonderland Junior will run from January 14 to 18 at the Laycock. Tickets are essential.
Source: GMS Website, Dec 4 Roslyn English, Gosford Musical Society