The Theater: Old Play in Manhattan, Apr. 14, 1947

Alice in Wonderland (adapted from Lewis Carroll by Eva Le Gallienne & Florida Friebus; produced by Rita Hassan & the American Repertory Theater) was one of the pleasant offerings—and possibly pleasant surprises—made by Eva Le Gallienne's old Civic Repertory Theater during the '30s. Now it emerges as perhaps the pleasantest offering of Co-Director Le Gallienne's struggling new American Repertory Theater. In a clever stage version that includes the best of Through the Looking Glass—that indeed begins with Alice stepping through the looking glass rather than down the rabbit hole—much of Lewis Carroll's...

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