Allie in Wonderland by Everett Robert – My Review

Allie In Wonderland!

Allie in Wonderland – My review!!

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We all know the story of Alice in Wonderland. But, do we know what happens when Alice grows up? What happens to Wonderland? Everett Robert tells us in his delightful play Allie in Wonderland!


The play opens on the Mad Hatter and the Hare getting ready for a tea party. The tea setting and their costumes are a bit worse for the wear. The Cheshire Cat, invisible as always, prompts them to try a find Alice – now called Allie. Allie shows up, texting, checking her phone, going online to find friends on social media sites, and completely unaware of Wonderland.


Follow the play as the denizens of Wonderland do their best to try to make Allie remember who she was and what Wonderland once was. It was a cheerful reminder of the power of imagination and the wonder of being a child.


Allie in Wonderland
is a short, charming, and enchanting play and one that I truly enjoyed reading. I give Everett Robert credit for taking a tale from childhood, giving it a new spin, and telling us all that it is okay to dream.
My rating: 4.5 stars!!

 

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About Bill Stuart

William Stuart is a ten-year veteran of the US Navy Submarine Force, works in the animal health field, and is the proud father of his daughter Laura and grandfather of two wonderful grandchildren, Aidan and Maggie. When he isn’t working, he enjoys rock-hunting, gold prospecting, playing softball, playing golf, and dabbling in woodworking. He lives in the Greater Atlanta area with Lana, his lovely and adorable wife of more than twenty-five years.

4 Responses to Allie in Wonderland by Everett Robert – My Review

  1. Bill, thank you so much for the review

  2. Hi, We run a year round theater program including a summer musical theater production camp. Could I read your play, please?

    Nikki

    • Bill Stuart says:

      Hi Nikki,

      It isn’t (unfortunately) my play, but I will give your email address to the author and he can correspond to you directly. I will say it was an interesting twist on the original and one that I truly enjoyed reading.

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