CTC Company / Wonderland In Alice
Wonderland In Alice
A NEW ADAPTATION OF LEWIS CARROLL’S CLASSIC WILL OPEN AT THEATRE PECKHAM THIS EASTER.
CTC Dance Company will unpick the timeless story of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale of Alice in Wonderland and reveal an eery transcendent adaptation, displaying a constantly evolving world of: ‘No Rules. No Time. No Binary’ – Wonderland in Alice.
Wonderland in Alice explores this internal struggle and challenges you to open your mind to a world free of binaries, preconceptions, and societal expectations.
Wonderland in Alice will employ universal emotive language to convey empathy and empowerment toward gender awareness and self-authenticity. Delving into the complexities of expressive movement theatre, spoken word, transitioning costumes to depict transformative characters, and composing an all-encompassing original soundscape.
Wonderland In Alice has been nominated for 2x Offies Nominations!
Wonderland In Alice
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Wonderland In Alice at Theatre Peckham April 2023
Kira Nichols (They/She) will play the role of Alice in this fresh take on the classic tale.
Kira began their professional training at The Hammond in Chester, where they trained for three years in a variety of dance styles before being accepted into DART Studios in Berlin. During Kira’s year at Dart, she collaborated with several choreographers, including Diego de la Rosa, who premiered his piece ‘Denial’.
Kira Nicholas said: ‘I am beyond excited to be playing the role of Alice. I feel truly privileged to be bringing Alice into a non-binary role, exploring their gender identity at the same time as exploring mine. As a non-binary person, it means so much to me to play a character like this, bringing necessary representation and awareness to gender identity.’
Further casting to be announced, tickets are on sale now for this emotive adventure to Wonderland.
Caitlin Taylor (They/She)
Mollie Stebbing (She/Her)
Cameron Everitt (He/Him)
Ann Chircop Beck (She/Her)
Queen of Hearts
El Haq Latief (They/Them)
Ebony Palmer (She/Her)
Marina Climent (She/Her)
Christopher Tendai (He/Him)
Dana Hudson (She/Her)
Lisa Millar (She/They)
Shaun Rimmer (He/Him)
Gary Jerry (He/Him)
Thomas Sadler (He/Him)
Joca Veiga (He/Him)
Damien Stanton (He/Him)
Emily Obasohan (She/Her)
Writer of Spoken Word
Caitlin Taylor (She/They)
Theatre Peckham & Awakened Kids
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Theatre and Tonic
“Unique, clever, and raw…an uplifting, fun experience with endless talent.”
Centre Stage Review
“This was a piece that was unapologetically trusting in its right to take up space….Every aspect of the production, from the lights, to the set, the costumes, the direction, choreography and indeed the performances fit perfectly together, and the moral message was powerfully felt and received.”
Number 9 Reviews
“This is an outstanding mercurial performance…this is the future.”
Dance Art Journal
“Ground Breaking & Canonically Queer.”
My Theatre Mates
“Both original and daring.”
London Theatre Mania
“Reinvented Version of a Classic.”
North Westend UK