Peace Interlude: Dancing Down the Rabbit Hole and Mad Hatter Martin
Peace Center Campus
"Curiouser and curiouser!" Originally published in 1865, Alice in Wonderland has become a favorite for children and adults alike with its peculiar characters, fanciful places, and bizarre adventures. First appearing during a time when children's literature was generally expected to teach a moral lesson, the apparent nonsense of Carroll's stories was not initially well-received. Go down the rabbit hole of dance, music, and storytelling to rediscover Carroll's classic tale at this Peace Interlude.
Did you know?
By the end of the 19th century, Alice (including the initial collection and the sequel, Through the Looking-Glass) had become the most popular children's book in England.
Featured Beverage: The Mad Hatter Martini
Featured Performance: Hong Kong Ballet’s ALICE (in wonderland)
About Peace Interludes
Unwind, meet up, and connect with your musical community! Interludes are FREE music appreciation gatherings lead by Peace Center Artist-in-Residence Igor Begelman. Each interlude pairs a musical facet of an upcoming Peace Center performance with a featured beverage for a multi-sensory sip, listen, and learn experience. Featured drinks are available for purchase.
- Thu, Apr 2, 2020 | 5:15 PM Add to cal