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Wonderland premiers at NAPA
“Wonderland,” a new and exciting theatre production will premier at the National Academy for the Performing Arts (NAPA) this week. The Carvalho Productions musical production is an adaptation of the timeless children story Alice in Wonderland originally written by English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, more popularly known as Lewis Caroll in 1865. The theme of the upcoming theatrical presentation teaches the importance of making haste. It also includes lessons of moral values and dealing with unexpected circumstances which are sometimes thrown our way in life. The show premiers on February 28 to March 2, and continues March 13 to 18 at NAPA. Evening martinees begins at 7.30 pm with daily special school shows starting at 10 am. Described as a magical musical with riveting dance, the Carvalho Production sets the stage for Wonderland, a localised story of a girl called Alison, a young feisty orphan who desperately wants to be adopted.
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