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Thursdays & Fridays - 8:00pm 
Saturdays - 2:00pm & 8:00pm *
Sundays - 2:00pm 

  • $15 Opening Weekend (June 9-11) 
  • $20 Fridays and Saturdays
  • $15 Sundays
  • P.W.Y.C. Thursday 6/15 @ 8:00pm
* No 2pm show on June 17th. 

June 9th - June 25th, 2017

The Collaborative is presenting the Manhattan Project’s version of Lewis Carroll’s 1865 children’s story, which the company created through experimental rehearsals in the mid-1970s that culminated in an avant-garde interpretation of the classic work. The Collaborative is putting a philosophical 20th century spin on MP’s version, with design inspired by “a trip into grandma’s attic,” according to Director Kel Millionie, ​who is also the production’s lighting and set designer.

“We are reimagining Alice’s antics in a raw journey through the human condition that is informed by some of the great minds of the 20th century, including Freud, Jung, Kafka and Dali,” Millionie says. “This show is a roller coaster of emotional and sociological insights. It’s ridiculous and utterly fantastical, and there are several moments that reflect on turbulent political climates, the id and even abstract expressionism.”

“…an exciting, absorbing, vertiginous descent into a laughing hell.

- Time Magazine

“Alice in Wonderland is not so much a play script as it is a performance text, a series of events demanding a high level of both creativity and physical acting to make that series, not only intelligible, but also joyful and full of life and being. 

- Maryland Theatre Guide

Production Credits

DIRECTOR:  Kel Millionie



Production Team: 

  • Art Direction: Kel Millionie
  • Costumes: Ann Turiano
  • Props: Mia Fiorentino
  • Sound Design: Christ Flint
  • Dramaturgy: Kris Messer
  • Stage manager: Heidi Butcher 

Press photos:




Photography by Rob Clatterbuck