Alice in Wonderland

Presenting Alice in Wonderland

The Mission Dance Centre in Kelowna presents popular musical this weekend

It’s your chance to Join Alice and the Mission Dance Company on a spectacular dance through the rabbit hole this weekend.

The company’s production of Alice In Wonderland will be on stage for two showings on Saturday.

“Mission Dance once again guarantees an unforgettable performance,” said Tanya Bakala, artistic director at Mission Dance Centre, describing the play as a wild ride that transports to a strange and fantastic wonderland capturing the imagination of audiences young and old.

Full of potions and motions, a giant caterpillar, the White Rabbit and tea parties, Queen of Hearts and of course the Cheshire cat, Alice in Wonderland is sure to delight with so many more surprises in store.

Saturday’s matinee performance at 2 p.m. is a double bill. In the first half audiences are treated to a fun recreational show with all ages, all styles of dance and an array of expertise. The second half of the show you will see the delightful pre professional dancers present the performance of Alice in Wonderland.

There is also an evening performance at 7:30 p.m. showcasing the skill and expertise of the pre professional and high performance program students in various choreographies and in the Alice in Wonderland Production.

Tickets available online at

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