Review: Alice full of wonder


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By Laura Cudworth, The Beacon Herald

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Lufrednow. Or, from the other side of the looking glass: wonderful.

The childhood imagination reigns supreme in the Stratford Festival’s production of Alice Through the Looking-Glass. Lewis Carroll’s story loses nothing in the translation from James Reaney’s adaptation to director Jillian Keiley’s vision.

Though less-well known than Alice in Wonderland, it’s no less magical.

Once we slip through the looking glass and land on that chess board nothing is impossible as Alice finds her way to becoming queen in 11 moves.

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