InterACT presents Alice in America-Land by Dennis Snee

Once upon a time, Alice entered Wonderland through a looking-glass. But where is she now? InterACT's 2001-2002 season took Alice on a grand adventure by train in Noiresque - The Fallen Angel by Ping Chong. Join Alice once again as she embarks on a journey through her television set in Alice in America-Land or Through the Picture Tube and What Alice Found There, by Dennis Snee.

On this adventure, Alice is transported from her home through the picture tube of her television into a multi media corporate world. Here she encounters memorable characters, both new and familiar. One can never guess who Alice might meet next -- the White Rabbit, Cheshire Cat, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, Humpty Dumpty and a few kings and queens, each with their own point of view (Caterpillar: The Sturgeon General selects smoked salmon specifically). Through all of her adventures, Alice simply wants to get back home to her cat. A witty and funny tale of a contemporary Alice that will delight all audiences (Hare: I thought you didn't drink anymore. Hatter: Right, but I don't drink any less, either.). Come get lost with Alice on another wonderful adventure in Alice in America-Land.

Dennis Yep directs a cast that includes several youth, with 13 year-old Jacelle Decena, who was in last summer's hit, The King & I, as Alice. InterACT veterans Andrea Blalock (The Canoe), Pauline Chan (On Golden Pond), Rick Cook (Stop Kiss), DeeDee (And The Soul Shall Dance), Ryan Jay (Emmalehua), Barbara Roberts (Noiresque - The Fallen Angel) and 14 year-old Scott Suwabe (The King & I) are joined by Amelia Bethel (13), Angel Mangino (15) and Gerri Yap in portraying an array of 27 different characters.

Join us for Alice in America-Land on opening night, Valentine's Day, and receive a "Sherrie's Berry". Reservations for the Valentine's Day show must be made by Tuesday, February 10th to receive your treat. Not valid with any other offer.

Alice in America-Land will be presented from February 14 through March 14, 2004. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm and Sundays at 3 pm at the Broadway Playhouse, 4010 El Camino Avenue in Sacramento. Ticket prices are $14.00 for general admission, $12.00 for youth (aged twelve and under) and $12.00 for seniors (aged 62 and over). For ticket reservations, group discounts or other information, call InterACT at (916) 452-6174, or email at: iactmail@

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