The DownStage Theatre:
4029 Stone Way N.
Seattle, WA 98103
Apr 10 – May 3
Everyone is familiar with Alice’s antic adventures, and they are here – but with an interesting difference.Buy Now
Jun 12 – Jun 21
Cinderella dances at the ball, but will she make it home before midnight?
Quality Entertainment in One Act
April 10 – May 3
This year marks the 150th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland and Stone Soup Theatre is delighted to present a bewildering and fascinating texture of his story; half adventure, half chop-logic and shrewd caricature. Everyone is familiar with Alice’s antic adventures – but here we have an interesting difference that will delight the young and the young at heart. An Alice for all ages.
Director, Gordon Coffey, leads a brilliant ensemble cast, including Sara Kaus, Stephanie Couch, Lillian Afful, Brittany Menzies, Vero Lecocq, Chad Oswald, and Adam Fisher.
The performance runs Friday – Saturday evenings at 7:30pm and from April 10 – May 3, with Saturday Sunday matinees at 3pm, $12.50 previews on April 8 and 9. General admission prices are $15-$25, $20 for seniors. All Thursdays after preview are Pay-What-You-Will.
Tickets are available for purchase at www.stonesouptheatre.org, by phone at the Stone Soup Box Office at (206) 633-1883 or at www.brownpapertickets.com, 800-838-3006.
Please note: There are no Thursday performances after preview.
Arne Zaslove’s response to Stone Soup’s Production:
There is a fine production of Alice in Wonderland currently playing at the little gem of a storefront theater Stone Soup on Stone Way. Don’t miss it as it’s one of a kind…an ensemble of fine young actors, all deeply committed to the brilliant language of Lewis Carrol’s masterpiece of the Theater of the Absurd, long before it was a style dubbed in the ‘60’s.
Gordon Coffey, a veteran director and theater artist, who was one of the founding members of the original Seattle Rep, has guided a group of talented young performers through the Wonderland of this classic tale. Every member of the tight ensemble plays several parts, and excels in all of them.
It is a treat to see this piece originally created by Andre Gregory in the ‘60’s for his rebellious company of alternative theater actors. I actually saw that original production at NYU when I had recently returned from Paris, …and the Stone Soup Production is equally faithful to the Lewis Carrol masterpiece. Don’t’ miss it!