“Alice in Wonderland” at Toronto’s New City Hall

by Joey deVilla on January 30, 2008

Here’s a great photo from a performance of Alice in Wonderland outside Toronto’s New City Hall taken by Sam “Daily Dose of Imagery” Javanrouh. The show was performed by Theater Gajes, a troupe from the Netherlands, and they’ll be performing it again this Saturday and Sunday at both 2 and 5 p.m..

Man in bed suspended in the air with Toronto’s New City Hall in the background
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Photo courtesy of Sam Javanrouh.

Here’s the description from the City of Toronto’s site:

Scene from Theatre Gajes’ “Alice in Wonderland”

Floating high above the crowds on one-metre-high stilts, Theater Gajes present their interpretation of the well-loved Lewis Carroll story. Set to live music, this enchanting, interactive production features hilarious banter and highly physical performances with a 15-member cast in colourful costumes weaving through the audience with oversized props.

Scene from Theatre Gajes’ “Alice in Wonderland”

Follow Alice into the weird but wonderful world of Wonderland, amid odd creatures and whimsical characters who try to convince you that they only exist in your imagination. The unexpected storyline twists and turns promise to entertain fans of all ages.

Man in viking helmet sticking his tongue out
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Photo courtesy of Sam Javanrouh.

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