‘Adventures in Wonderland,’ and Coupeville | NOTABLE

Coupeville audiences were treated to a colorful reading of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice In Wonderland.”

Julia Beumer reads Alice at the Postcards from Whidbey Island series

Audiences were treated to a colorful reading of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice In Wonderland” March 10 and 11 with director Elizabeth Herbert as the Foley artist for the show and Julia Beumer reading Alice in addition to a cast of 13 other talented actors.

“Adventures in Wonderland” was presented by the Mighty Penn Cove Players’ Postcards from Whidbey Island series with special musical guests Hejira, who composed the music for the piece.

The show was recorded for future broadcast on local radio station KWPA in Coupeville and was performed at the Pacific NorthWest Arts School in Coupeville.

Listen at www.kwparadio.org.

Visit sites.google.com/site/postcardsfromwhidbeyisland for more information.

 

 

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