Kicking off the Summer of Plays is 'Alicia in Wonder Tierra' with an all-children main cast and support adult ensemble.
Show Dates: June 10th, 17th, and 24th; & July 1st
Show Time: 5PM --- Doors open at 4:30PM
Location: Hanford Civic Auditorium -- West Wing
Tickets are on sale for $10! Seats are limited so pick up your ticket and preferred date as soon as possible! To purchase a ticket in person, please contact us to schedule a meeting by
calling us at: 559.997.3838
If you want to buy a ticket from our staff for a specific show date, tickets will be available to buy on Wednesday's from 5PM-8PM at the Hanford Civic Auditorium (or depending on location of acting/improv classes).
About the Play
The play, ALICIA IN WONDER TIERRA (Or I Can’t Eat Goat Head), is a modern-day, Hispanic Valley Girl version of "Alice in Wonderland" with a touch of "The Wizard of Oz". It is a cross-cultural play meant to be an experience for all actors and audience members of all ethnicities. A play that shows that embracing and sharing one’s culture is to be celebrated!
A recipient of a Lila Wallace Reader’s Digest grant and was presented in Washington D.C. at the Kennedy Center’s “New Visions, New Voices.” This play has been produced in theaters across the nation with different interpretations of the various characters.
Loosely based on Alice in Wonderland, with a touch of The Wizard of Oz, the amazing adventures of young Alicia take her on a journey from a Mexican curio shop to an understanding of her national heritage. After tripping over some Mexican pottery, Alicia whirls off on a mystical journey to the Aztec temple to find the Pottery Maker who knows what becomes of the souls which have become trapped in Mexican vases. En route, she meets an armadillo, a Day of the Dead sugar skull, a soul brother cactus man and the Tree of Heads in this delightful adventure fantasy.