Heartland Players have done it again. This creative theater troupe never ceases to amaze with the quality of theater they present on a limited budget.
On stage now at Heartland Theatre is the whimsical and hilarious tale of "Alice in Wonderland," the classic fairytale adventure bursting with curious, colorful characters and creatures.
Directed by William Chinnock, the show has garnered accolades from local audiences. Boasting a cast of 16 fabulous actors and actresses from the Inland Empire, the production features 48 characters. That's right, these talented 16 people play 48 parts to make the magic of wonderland come to life. The costumes and wigs are incredible.
Can you even imagine what backstage changes are like?
Join Alice (Geneve Ashton, Kayleigh Lacy, Haley LeMaster, Tyler- Marie Deveau, Amanda Lashmit and Brook Goodrich) as she follows the always-late White Rabbit (Landon Aveling) through the magical Door of Wonders (Julian Aveling) and into Wonderland.
The cast also features Tracy Pelev as the Cheshire Cat, Haley LeMaster as the March Hare; and Bryce MacLeod as the Mad Hatter.
This production has a new spin to it. Alice actually changes size right before your eyes every time she takes a bite of the Caterpillar's magic mushrooms.
The dazzling production, of course, is complete with the requisite costumes, a whimsical set and witty, humorous dialog.
Heartland Theatre is at 33994 Avenue E in Yucaipa.
Curtain is at 7 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Nov. 1; 2 and 7 p.m. Nov. 2; and 2 p.m. Nov. 3.
Tickets are $10 general; $8 seniors/students at the door.
For more information, check out their website, www.heartlandplayers.org
And don't be late for the wonder that is "Alice in Wonderland."
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