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The Story Of Alice
(Musical)

"There is exceptional talent in The Story of Alice!...Run, Run! And take someone who loves Alice. In fact, dress up and Go!"
~ JOE STRAW

"Casting is cleverly done to enhance the whimsical quality of the characters; and the talented actor’s voices soar in happy song as they dance with abandon."
~ LA Splash

"Strong vocals, sharp comedic timing and stunning visuals..."
~ Broadway World

"...an appealing musical retelling of a story that becomes just as ageless as it is up to date."
~ Accessibly Live

Previews
Friday, April 22nd at 8pm

Runs
Sat, Apr 23 – Sun, May 29
Friday and Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 3pm

Show Calendar

BUY TICKETS
$15 Previews
$30 General Admission

Special Events
There will be an opening night party!

Special Show Info
Running time: 120 minutes.
There will be an intermission.

MATRIX THEATRE
7657 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA  90046
Ample Street Parking
Area Map

Special Theatre Info
The Matrix Theatre is on the North side of Melrose between Stanley and Spaulding

The theatre has concessions.

Reservations
(323) 960-4420

Meet Alice, a bright and inquisitive thirteen year old living in suburban America with her self-obsessed sister, Simone, and their micromanaging mother. Alice dreams of running away but she gets more than she bargained for when she follows the White Rabbit down a rabbit hole, landing in a dark and foreboding forest populated with odd and disconcerting creatures. The trickster Cheshire Cat is Alice's guide as she is tossed to and fro between the irate and inept Forest Creatures and their tormentors, the arrogant, self-indulgent Havalots, who themselves are despotically ruled by the dreaded Queen of Hearts. Alice finds herself pushed to her limits before she finally discovers what she is made of by leading the downtrodden Forest Creatures in a rebellion against their oppressors. In this modern retelling of the classic story and we find ourselves asking...was it all only a dream?

A Dutches Theater Production
Book and lyrics by Michael Cormier
Music by Scott Hiltzik
Directed by Gary Reed
Executive Producer Margo Majdi


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