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Alice in Wonderland   

Virginia Theatre, (12/23/1982 - 1/09/1983)
First Preview: Dec 08, 1982 Total Previews: 18
Opening Date: Dec 23, 1982    
Closing Date: Jan 09, 1983 Total Performances: 21

Category: Play, Fantasy, Play with music, Revival, Broadway
Description: A play in two parts

Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by Jujamcyn Theaters (under the direction of Richard G. Wolff, President)
Produced by Sabra Jones and Anthony D. Marshall; Produced in association with WNET 13
Adapted for the stage by Eva Le Gallienne and Florida Friebus; From the novel "Alice in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll; Incidental music by Richard Addinsell
Conceived by Eva Le Gallienne; Directed by Eva Le Gallienne; Co - Director: John Strasberg
Scenic Design by John Lee Beatty; Costume Design by Patricia Zipprodt; Lighting Design by Jennifer Tipton; Puppet Design by The Puppet People; Sound Design by Jack Mann; Make-Up Design by Fred Patton
General Manager: McCann & Nugent Productions, Inc.; Company Manager: Steven Suskin
Production Stage Manager: Alan Hall; Stage Manager: Ruth E. Rinklin
Music adapted by Jonathan Tunick; Musical Supervisor: Jonathan Tunick; Conducted by Les Scott; Music Contractor: Seymour "Red" Press
Special Effects by Chic Silber
Movement directed by Bambi Linn; Original "Alice in Wonderland" illustrations by John Tenniel; Casting: Johnson-Liff Associates; General Press Representative: Solters / Roskin / Friedman, Inc.; Production Coordinator: Mary Nealon; Special Casting Consultant: Shirley Rich; Animal Trainer: William Berloni Theatrical Animals, Inc.; Photographer: Martha Swope and Associates; Advertising: Serino, Coyne & Nappi; Logo Design by Bob Gill
This production is dedicated to Audrey Wood
Rebecca Armen
Two of Hearts
Robert Ott Boyle
Five of Spades
Kate Burton
Josh Clark
March Hare
Front of Horse
Curt Dawson
White Rabbit
White Knight
MacIntyre Dixon
Mad Hatter
Geoff Garland
Two of Spades
Skip Harris
Three of Clubs
John Heffernan
Ten of Hearts
Edward Hibbert
Old Frog
Nancy Killmer
Eight of Hearts
Eva Le Gallienne
White Queen
Nicholas Martin
Train Guard
Steve Massa
Seven of Spades
Voice of Leg of Mutton
Mary Stuart Masterson
Broadway debut
Small White Rabbit
Four of Hearts
John Miglietta
Seven of Hearts
Marti Morris
Six of Hearts
Cliff Rakerd
Seven of Clubs
Back of Horse
Brian Reddy
Queen of Hearts
John Remme
Three of Hearts
Claude-Albert Saucier
Frog Footman
Five of Hearts
John Seidman
Knave of Hearts
Geddeth Smith
Fish Footman
Voice of Cheshire Cat
Ace of Hearts
Man in White Paper
Richard Sterne
Nine of Hearts
James Valentine
Mock Turtle
Joan White
White Queen
Mary Louise Wilson
Red Queen
Richard Woods
King of Hearts
Voice of Humpty Dumpty
Edward Zang
Understudies: Rebecca Armen (Red Queen), Robert Ott Boyle (Mad Hatter), MacIntyre Dixon (Mouse, Three of Hearts, Tweedledee), Skip Harris (Back of Horse, Five of Spades, Seven of Clubs, Tweedledum, Two of Spades), Nancy Killmer (Cook, Eaglet, Nine of Hearts, Two of Hearts), Nicholas Martin (King of Hearts, Voice of Humpty Dumpty), Steve Massa (Dormouse, Duck, Train Guard), Mary Stuart Masterson (Alice), John Miglietta (Five of Hearts, Frog Footman, Goat, Knave of Hearts), Marti Morris (Four of Hearts, Small White Rabbit), Cliff Rakerd (Ace of Hearts, Fish Footman, Front of Horse, Man in White Paper, March Hare, Queen of Hearts, Voice of Cheshire Cat), John Remme (Voice of Leg of Mutton), Claude-Albert Saucier (Duchess), John Seidman (Five of Spades, Tweedledum), Geddeth Smith (Caterpillar, Sheep, Ten of Hearts), Richard Sterne (Dodo, King of Hearts, Lory, Mock Turtle, Seven of Hearts, Voice of Humpty Dumpty) and Joan White (White Queen)
Tony Award®
1983 Best Costume Design [nominee]
Patricia Zipprodt
Drama Desk Award
1983 Outstanding Costume Design [nominee]
Patricia Zipprodt
Theatre World
winner 1983 Award [recipient]
Kate Burton