Alice in Wonderland by Saint Augustine Ballet
May 13-14: The Saint Augustine Ballet will stage Alice in Wonderland on May 13-14 in Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College, 14 Granada St., downtown St. Augustine. Show times are 7 p.m. May 13, and 2 p.m. May 14. More than 50 local ballet students will perform this classic story, based on the Lewis Carroll children’s tale of the same name. Tickets are $20-$25, available at www.saintaugustineballet.com
The Alice cast consists of 54 students from 26 schools (including homeschooled).
Harlow Hatin and Ella Wimpelberg will share the role of Alice. Arianna Fleischman will portray the White Rabbit and Devin Mantei is the Cheshire Cat.
Kali Lee is the Queen of Hearts, Kiera Pheffer is the Duchess and Grace Karger is cast as the Caterpillar.
Other cast members include:
Jenny Albanesi, Maya Alvarez, Josephine Anzelmo, Marla Ayrish, Sabrina Berman, Mileena Bicknell, Danielle Bleau, Lexi Brockway, Sydney Brockway, Abby Chapman, Milo Christensen, Elizabeth Coleman, Catalina Davis, Katherine DeAcutis, Julia Douglas, Christina Dyches, Kismet Field, Jaida Fioreze, Carolina Garcia, Rayna Glad, Jocelyn Herstone, Jake Karger, Evie Kirschling, Riley Kirschling, Meadow Kuc, Nature Kuc, Emaleigh Layman, Naomi Lewis, Ayla Lugo, Paris Lugo, Emma Maroney, Claudia Mueckay, Adelaide Pacetti, Carson Palmer, Katie Pennington, Ofir Pizanti, Lucy Ramsey, Baylee Rogan, Anthony Romero, Sarah Salvi, Emily Screnock, Emma Sweeney, Alexa Walcott, Jolynne Waldner, Jordan Wallace, Eléa Woodward and Tess Woodward.
Schools represented in the cast include:
Gamble Rodgers Middle, St. Augustine High, Pacetti Bay Middle, St Johns Academy, Durbin Creek Elementary, Murray Middle, Wards Creek Elementary, Timberlin Creek Elementary, Valley Ridge Academy, Hartley Elementary, Otis Mason Elementary, Crookshank Elementary, Indian Trails Middle, St. John’s Virtual, Florida Virtual, Cathedral Parish, Fruit Cove Middle, Bartram Trail High School, Moultrie Montessori, Ketterlinus Elementary, Wadsworth Elementary, RB Hunt Elementary, St. Augustine Public Montessori, Homeschool, Flagler College and the University of North Florida.
Based on the Lewis Carroll children’s story of the same name, the ballet is being brought to the stage at Flagler College’s Lewis Auditorium with performances at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 13and 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 14.
Purchase tickets at www.saintaugustineballet.com