GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. - Starting next weekend, the Grand Rapids Ballet will take its audience "down the rabbit hole" in their new production of Alice in Wonderland.
The world premiere is happening at Peter Martin Wege Theatre April 28 through 30 and May 5 through 7.
The magical world and colorful characters of Wonderland are imagined by Argentinian visual artist, Luis Grané. He is best known for his award-winning illustration work on such major motion pictures as The Box Trolls, The Matrix, Hotel Transylvania and Ratatouille.
This exciting never-before-seen ballet features the choreography of patron-favorite Brian Enos, the artistic director of The Big Muddy Dance Company in St. Louis, Missouri.
The ballet will stay true to the beloved novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll originally published in 1865.
Evening and matinee performances will take place over two weekends. Several of the shows are sold out, but a seventh show was recently added to accommodate the overwhelming demand for tickets.
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