Music by Errol Gay
Libretto by Michael Patrick Albano
APRIL 30 - MAY 3, 2020
May 1 at 7:30pm | May 2 at 3pm and 7:30pm | May 3 at 3pm
Preview Performances: April 30 at 10am and 1pm, May 1 at 10am
231 Queens Quay W, Toronto
“Curiosity can help us, to open new doors, reaching far to the edge of our soul.
The voyage starts with a tentative step, or a tumble down a rabbit hole.”
– Alice, Alice in Wonderland, libretto by Michael Patrick Albano
Join us as we travel down the rabbit hole! Visit the magical world of the Caterpillar, the Cheshire Cat, and the Queen of Hearts through a spectacular musical score and adventurous retelling of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale. Complete with whimsical costumes and set, the one-hour opera is suitable for all ages and offers a perfect introduction to opera, especially for young children.
Featuring the children and youth of the Canadian Children’s Opera Company, accompanied by a professional chamber orchestra.
|Music Director||Teri Dunn|
|Stage Director||Michael Patrick Albano|
|Costume Designer||Lisa Magill|
|Prop Design & Coordinator||Michele Morgan|
|Original Lighting Designer||Gavin McDonald|
|Lighting Designer||Wesley McKenzie|
$35 adults | $25 senior | $20 youth/child (18 years and younger)
Call the Harbourfront Centre Box Office at 416-973-4000 or buy tickets online
Interested in bringing a group of young people to a performance?
The CCOC is pleased to offer a special rate of $12/student for all school groups and community groups which serve young people (children’s choirs, social service organizations, etc.) of 10 or more to any performance of Alice in Wonderland. Groups receive one free chaperone ticket for every 10 student tickets purchased. A service fee of up to $25 will apply for all school/community group orders. To place an order for a school or community group, please call the Harbourfront Centre Theatre’s Group Sales Coordinator at 416-973-4000 ext. 4856, or email@example.com.
Schools that book two or more classes by April 1, 2020 will receive a free presentation at their school by CCOC artistic staff, to help students gain a better understanding of the operatic production process. All groups receive a complimentary Resource Guide including materials and information to help prepare their groups for the performance.
Visit Harbourfront Centre Theatre to learn more about their ticketing policies, directions to get to the theatre, parking, public transit routes, facilities, general policies, and accessibility features.
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