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Alice in Wonderland
September 9, 2021
An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until September 30, 2021
PHAMALY THEATRE COMPANY TO PRESENT ALICE IN WONDERLAND.
Denver’s premier disability-affirmative theatre, Phamaly Theatre Company, is proud to present the world premiere adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, written by David Jacobi, featuring an original music soundtrack by Denver’s own experimental music group, Wheelchair Sports Camp. There are three unique ways to enjoy Phamaly’s production this summer.
Alice in Wonderland Streamed: September 6, 2021 – September 30, 2021, ON-DEMAND
When Alice falls down a rabbit hole, she stumbles upon Wonderland, a bizarre world filled with philosophical caterpillars, chaotic croquet games, and disorienting cats. Once she loses her memory, Alice must go on a journey to get it back. A modern adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s classic children’s book, enhanced by an original soundtrack of eclectic music styles, Alice in Wonderland explores the power that comes with letting go and embracing the madness. Accessibility Services are available. For more information and to buy tickets, please visit www.phamaly.org.
Phamaly’s BIG NIGHT! Outdoor Concert Fundraiser: September 29, 2021
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About Phamaly Theatre Company
Transforming Stories. Deconstructing Barriers. Elevating Disability.
Now in its 32nd season, Phamaly Theatre Company is Denver’s premiere disability-affirmative theatre company, producing professional theatre exclusively casting artists with all nature of disabilities: physical, cognitive, intellectual, and emotional. Phamaly’s mission is to be a creative home for theatre artists with disabilities; to model a disability-affirmative theatrical process; and to upend conventional narratives by transforming individuals, audiences, and the world. Phamaly continues to lead the field in providing accessibility features including captioning, audio description, American Sign Language interpretation, sensory friendly performances, tactile tours, Braille materials, sensory guides, wheelchair access, and financial accessibility discounts, making theatre accessible to all.
More information: www.phamaly.org