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FULL Alice in Wonderland (Roderick Williams) Oxford 1992 Maria Finnis

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Information on the Performance
Information about the Recording
  • Published by: Oxford Youth Choirs  
  • Date Published: 2021  
  • Format: Unknown
  • Quality Video: 3 Audio:3
  • Subtitles: nosubs  
  • Video Recording from: YouTube     FULL VIDEO
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THIS PERFORMANCE

Act 1
1. The Riverbank 0:00
2. Down the Rabbit hole 5:32
3. The Pool of Tears 18:15
4. A Caucus-race 25:43
5. Advice from a Caterpillar 35:47
6. An Invitation for the Duchess 45:15
7. Pig and Pepper 52:05
8. Advice from a Cheshire Cat 56:13
9. A Mad Tea-party 59:25

Act 2
1. Into the Garden 1:15:59
2. The Queen’s Croquet Ground 1:18:29
3. The Mock Turtle’s Story 1:34:28
4. The Lobster Quadrille 1:40:40
5. Who Stole the Tarts? 1:46:26
6. Epilogue: The Riverbank 1:56:48

In the opening scene we are introduced to a lovely Victorian tableau, as if photographed by Lewis Caroll, pen-name of the Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-98), the Oxford mathematics lecturer, author and talented photographer. Roderick Williams paints a vivid
portrait of each of Caroll’s much-loved characters, reinforced by stunning
costumes, based on the original Tenniel drawings. As the plot unfolds we
meet the pompous Mouse, doddering Dodo, mad March Hare and Hatter, vicious
Queen of Hearts (“off with their heads”) and all the others, played by a cast of 36 girls
aged 10-17, from schools in and around Oxford. This show has something for everyone. Like the original story, it can be taken as light entertainment or as an intellectual game.

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