Don't miss the upcoming student play "Cheshire." Adapted, written and directed by Casper College student Kegan Wells, and based on Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland," and "Through the Looking Glass."
The play runs on June 20 and 21 and 27 ad 28 at 7:30 p.m.
as well as June 22 and 29 at 2 p.m.
The play will take place in the Empey Studio Theatre located in the southeast side of the Gertrude Krampert Theatre Complex. There is no admission charge, but some content may not be suitable for younger audiences. Check out the attached very cool poster that Kegan designed and put together.
Here is what Kegan had to say about the play:
"Synopsis: Two girls at a rave indulge in a bad batch of Molly. One is hospitalized, the other, Harriet, suffers intense hallucinations while her body slips away. As Harriet’s world falls down around her, the audience falls with her down the rabbit hole. In Wonderland, the Cheshire Cat (played in her mind by a familiar face at the rave) tries to help her through her trip.
"So far, I’ve just told people the synopsis and that’s been enough to spark their interest. It’s still Alice, it’s just being done differently. The audience will be sitting in the center of the stage fully submerged in the action. The play bounces between the real world and Wonderland, and there is room for audience involvement as well. Though, due to the drug-usage, some profanity, and violence, audience discretion is advised"
Please help support our students during the third season of Theatre Brute summer student productions!