Broadway Bound Children’s Theatre at New London Theatre presents "Mad: History of the Hatter" and “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”

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The Broadway Bound Children’s Theatre at New London Theatre presents Mad: History of the Hatter and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, opening February 15th and continuing through February 24th!

Mad: History of the Hatter, written and directed by summer camp student Jonathan Berry tells the story of one of the most misunderstood characters in Wonderland.  You know the story of Alice and her journey down the rabbit hole.  Now learn the previously unknown tale of how the Mad Hatter came to be.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, directed by summer camp instructor Rabekah Ragsdale, is the Lewis Carroll story we all grew up with.

Mad: History of the Hatter and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland will be performed on the following dates and times:

February 15 – 8 PM

February 16 – noon

February 16 – 8 PM

February 17 – 2:30 PM

February 22 – 8 PM

February 23 – noon

February 23 – 8 PM

February 24 – 2:30 PM

 All tickets are $8.00.  Tickets can be purchased either online through our website, at Margins Charity Thrift and Variety Mall, or at the theatre box office.  Shows are performed at New London Theatre: 2338 Henry Clower Blvd., Snellville, GA  30078 in New London Plaza inside Margins Charity Thrift and Variety Mall.

For additional information about this and future performances, auditions, ticket purchases, volunteering, or donations, please see our website (www.newlondontheatre.org), e-mail (information@newlondontheatre.org), or call us at 770.559.1484.

Broadway Bound Children’s Theatre is the “By Kids. For Kids.” arm of New London Theatre dedicated to bringing education and an expressive outlet in the arts to children.  New London Theatre is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit organization dedicated to providing the community with affordable, high-quality, family-oriented entertainment and education in the Arts.


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