In this version by de Stilte, author Lewis Carroll is a gentleman with dubious intentions. By masquerading in various animal guises, he seeks the favours of three lovely Alice’s. But these three girls were not born yesterday and the writer’s true intentions are laid bare. Off with his head, the Queen would shout. Wake up Alice!
'The best play at the congress is, indeed, built for audiences of all ages.' - The Guardian during the Assitej World Congress Warschau.
“Carefree and witty as well as tender and poetic, this production manages to bring about silent fascination inside the Forum Studio.”