Announcing our next Production
Our cast has been decided
The Mad Hatter
The Queen of Hearts
The White Rabbit
The Cheshire Cat
The Mock Turtle
The March Hare
The King of Hearts
The Knave of Hearts
2,5 & 7 of Hearts
10-16 years old. Strong soloist singer and lead role throughout the show.
Alice arrives in wonderland with an animated and curious character. Meeting all the characters along the way, Alice is the key role in the story. This character shows both naivety and at times some sassy responses to various members on stage.
Adult male role. Soloist.
An eccentric character that appears throughout, most notably in the mad hatters tea party scene. An ‘over-the-top’, quirky character that, interacts with all characters around him, working closely with Alice, the March hare and the Dormouse.
Adult female role. soloist.
The Queen of hearts appears only towards the end of the show, however is then a key leading role in the final few scenes. A commanding character with a strong singing voice and stage presence needed as she directs the characters around her throughout her scenes.
Adult/ Child role
The White rabbit appears throughout a range of scenes briefly speaking to himself in monologue and interjecting dialogue. The character is a very energetic and frantic role therefore requires strong facial expressions and confidence in dominating a scene in an instant.
Adult Role. Soloist.
The Caterpillar appears in a scene and plays a pivotal role in Alice’s journey. The character has a very relaxed attitude to life and sings a solo with the support from the chorus of flowers.
Adult / child role. Soloist
The Cheshire Cat appears early in act one and ‘helps’ direct Alice to where she wants to go. He is a very confident character who sings a solo to Alice and appears in later chorus numbers. This role needs an to be portrayed in an expressive manner with the ability to dance and take ownership on stage.
Adult role, Soloist
The Mock Turtle is a comedic, slow character that appears at the end of most chorus numbers, with the intention to create laughter from the audience. In act two, he delivers a heartfelt song to Alice that needs to be performed with emotion.
Child/ Adult role,
The March Hare usually appears with the Mad Hatter and the Dormouse in various scenes. The Hare has solo singing lines during the tea party song and Wonderland song. This role needs energy and enthusiasm to create an ‘over the top’ character.
Child/ Adult role,
The Dormouse usually appears with the Mad Hatter and the March Hare in various scenes. The Dormouse has solo singing lines during the tea party song and Wonderland song. This role requires the ability to create comedy throughout the scenes.
Adult/ Child role , Soloist
Tweedle Dee is a comedy double-act role working closely with Tweedle Dum. The pair appear in various scenes and chorus numbers. Singing as a duet, Dee requires a higher vocal range than Dum. This is often delivered in a comedic way.
Adult/ Child role, Soloist
Tweedle Dum is a comedy double-act role working closely with Tweedle Dee. The pair appear in various scenes and chorus numbers. Singing as a duet, Dum has a limited vocal range than Dee. This is often delivered in a comedic way.
The King of Hearts is a complacent character that cowers to the Queens commands. He appears in some chorus numbers.
Adult or Child role
The Knave of Hearts appears in several scenes with dialogue and joins the chorus numbers.
Child / teen role
This role opens the show with Alice and mother and starts with several lines in scenes one and two. This role will then feature in the chorus as an alternative character for the remainder of the performance.
Adult or Child roles, soloist
These playing cards appear in the ‘rose painting scene’ and together sing a ‘painting the roses red song with solo opportunities’. The cards cower from the queens orders and can also appear in other chorus numbers.
The Dodo bird plays a vital role in organising other animals into the Caucus race. The role has several speaking parts and joins chorus ensemble.
Adults and children
The main chorus compiles of a combination of leading roles and mix of chorus members at different intervals of the show. They will appear as a flowers, wonderland animals and playing cards and feature throughout the show in various musical numbers with some dialogue opportunities.
The Dodo bird
Be a part of it
Be a part of our next exciting musical!
Show Dates: 21st & 22nd November @ 2.15pm & 7.15pm
Venue: Shavington Academy Theatre CW2 5DH
Contact: 01270 669329