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“Every element of Your Alice works perfectly together to produce an impressive and must-see show.” — Broadway Baby
“The physical theater of these scenes is whimsical, imaginative, and visually astounding, especially considering the shoe-string budget the show was conceived on.”
“As long as you are always crafting, creating, and communicating, you’ve made it. Everything else is the bonus. The joy has to be in the work.”
Musically, the show is also a lot of fun. Composer Stephen Murphy has created a score that falls beautifully within the era, with slight modern flair. Think a less aggressive version of The Dresden Dolls and you about hit the mark. Tamara Sevunts and Megan Magee on piano and clarinet, respectively, play his score between their acting scenes in the show.
"[Billie] Aken-Tyers and her co-director Michael Bradshaw Flynn glides us between the real and the Wonderland worlds thanks to some truly impressive devised movement, which provides the energetic pulse through Alice and Charles’ journey and creates a giddy, carnival-esque atmosphere.“
Your Alice explores the complex and dynamic friendship between Mr. Dodgson and his ‘Dreamchild’ muse Miss Alice Liddell, the inspiration behind Alice in Wonderland.
Some Night follows an eclectic band of characters as they pursue their dreams of love, power, fame, and fulfillment while struggling to reconcile their own ideas of fantasy and reality. This original comedy pays homage to the happenings of a famous midsummer night while bringing the magic to today’s baffling and yet still enchanting world.
“With our ‘Character above concept, story above all else’ mission statement guiding us, we are excited to give fresh new voices to some of the most iconic female-driven stories in theatre history.”
"The variety from Kaitlyn Biancaniello and Megan Magee as the various vendors was effortlessly hilarious. It brought out the quirkiness of Haven's text and his best writing."