Wed, Apr 13|
Spartanburg Youth Theatre
Alice in Wonderland
Enjoy a field trip with your fellow homeschoolers to view "Alice in Wonderland" at The Spartanburg Youth Theatre! This is a special opportunity to view the show before the general public!
Time & Location
Apr 13, 2022, 11:00 AM
Spartanburg Youth Theatre, 200 E St John St, Spartanburg, SC 29302, USA
About the event
"Lewis Carroll’s timeless classic comes to life onstage in this clever and refreshing adaption. An acting troupe eager to perform the classic story seeks out someone to play Alice. As Alice’s adventure unfolds, the group of actors portray all of the delightfully absurd characters in the curious playground of Wonderland, using clever stagecraft, fast-paced costume changes and hilarious onstage antics. Join Alice on the adventure of a lifetime, and see why the magic of Wonderland continues to captivate children and grown-ups alike!"
Tickets are $10 per child.
One Adult per child may attend for FREE! (Additional adults may attend for $10 each)
All payments for tickets are due by Monday, March 7, 2022 (NO Refunds! This is SYT policy. )
Note: Additional seats may be added after the final due date (March 7, 2022) if seats are available. If the Spartanburg Youth Theatre has to cancel a performance, all efforts will be made to reschedule the performance. If the entire school group is unable to attend the rescheduled performance, payment will be refunded in full.
Please send your rsvp & payment (Using the FRIENDS AND FAMILY option) via Paypal to Wendymccartyartist@gmail.com
or via Venmo to @Wendymccartyartist
Please leave a note to let me know that you are paying to see Alice in Wonderland.
After the show we will walk across the street to Barnet Park to have lunch (Bring your own lunch) and play in the open grassy area of the park!
From SYT about the show:
"Age Recommended: Most enjoyed by children 8 and up.
Approximate Run Time: 60 minutes, no intermission
Queen of Hearts talks’ heads, poison, boxing their ears, execution, and stealing.
Many characters use language and phrases such as, “rude”, “pig”, “hate”, “prisoner”, and “beat him”.
Themes and Situations:
Harsh topics such as beheading and execution
Alice has fits of emotion, many times resulting in crying
Being a prisoner and going through a trial
Potential Scary Moments:
Alice falls down the rabbit hole
Alice grows bigger and smaller
Lights flashing and vocal sounds to set Duchess’ house
Cook banging pots and pans
Cook tries to hit the Duchess with a pot.
Queen of Hearts yells frequently, usually about chopping off people's heads.
Flashing lights, loud noises, language, and topics could be very confusing and frightening for children under the age of 8.
The Spartanburg Little Theatre & Youth Theatre are funded in part by The Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg and its donors, the City and County of Spartanburg, and the South Carolina Arts Commission, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts."