Sunday, August 20, 2017

Lines for Auditions

Here are lines for Auditions. You do not need to memorize just practice so you feel comfortable with the words. At auditions say the lines in a big voice with lots of facial expression and excitement in your voice. The lines are from Willy Wonka because Joseph has very few speaking parts. I still want cast members in Joseph to read some lines with expression because you will need to sing with wonderful facial expression and energy. (Augustus' lines are mixed through out the script, so there isn't a page that works for him. His TV spot is a song and he speaks with German accent) 

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Songs for Joseph Auditions

Feel free to sing a song from the show or one of your own choosing just sing one you are confident with and makes you sound AWESOME!!!
Narrators sing almost the entire show so I only put one song down for them.

Here are some youtube Karaoke songs from Joseph to Practice with

Close every door (Joseph)

One more angel in Heaven (Brother)

Potiphar ( Narrators and Potiphar)

Song of the King (Pharaoh)

Canaan Days ( Brother Sorry I couldn't find one with the lyrics printed)

Benjamin Calypso ( Brother Sorry I couldn't find one with the lyrics printed)

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Joseph is filling up

Don't miss out on a great show! Register before it is to late!

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Wonka Class FULL!!

Thanks to those who have registered for Willy Wonka the class is now full. You may put your name on a waiting list at the parks and rec office 801-804-4600. There are still spaces available for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Don't Miss Out

Registration starts tonight (Aug. 2nd) at Midnight. Don't miss out on this years fun.

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Songs for Wonka Auditions

If you are wanting a lead and would like to audition with one of the songs the leads will sing in the show feel free to practice and use one of these.

I Eat More (Augustus and Mrs. Gloop)

I See it All on TV (Mike Tevee, Mrs. Tevee) 


I've Got a Golden Ticket (Charlie and Grandpa Joe)


Chew it! (Violet) 


I want it NOW! (Veruca)


Pure Imagination (Willy Wonka)


Saturday, July 22, 2017

Spanish Fork Youtheatre 2017-2018 Season

This will be a incredible experience for your child to participate in. This is a high energy, singing and dancing show. Your child will learn a ton of different kinds of dance styles as they sing and dance their way through the Bible Story of Joseph. There are a large number of parts. 12 brothers, 6 other male leads, 4-6 female narrators, at least 36 main female specialty dancers and many more. Come and join us and bring a friend! Ages 12-18. $40.00 per month.
Class: Wed. 5:15 to 6:15 p.m.
(certain parts will need to stay until 6:30 p.m.)
@ Larsen Elementary 1175 E Flonette Ave,
Performing: Feb. 2018

Willy Wonka is a fun and exciting show filled with special effects and magic. Five lucky children find a golden ticket and win a chance to tour Wonka's Chocolate Factory. The adventure begins as one by one the children make poor choices until only Charlie is left. There are a lot of parts for both boys and girls. Teenagers are needed to play the adult roles. This class will also perform as the children’s choir and special scenes in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat which performs in Feb. They will learn both parts during the Wonka class time. There will be one combined registration fee for this class of $50.00, this is for 2 t-shirts, costume rental and script rental. Ages 5-18. $40.00 per month.
Class: Wed. 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. @ Larsen Elementary 1175 E Flonette Ave. Sept- Mar.
Performing: Feb. & Mar. 2018

$40.00 a month, with a $5.00 a month
discount if paid before the second class of the month. A registration fee of $40.00 for Joseph or $50.00 for Wonka will also be charged. This covers costume and script rental and T-shirt.
To be registered for a class, you will need to pay the Registration Fee. Sept. tuition will be due Sept. 1st. Classes begin Wed. Sept. 6th.   

Auditions will be held Wed. Aug. 23rd and Wed. Aug. 30th Between the hours of 4:00 and 6:00 p.m. at Larsen Elementary. Please bring your child one of these days so they can meet with instructors and be assigned a part. If they would like to audition for a singing role, please be prepared to sing a song of their choosing. We have music available at auditions, if you would like to use ours. 

Beginning Aug. 2nd Go to space is
limited please register early!
All students need to be registered before
they Audition.
Can I be in more than one Show?
YES!! You just need to register for both.
If you register for both we will refund you $10.00 for your Wonka registration fee 

For Questions please call Karma 

See You at AUDITIONS!!!!

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Check out our New Slideshows!!

I finally had a moment to work on changing our slide shows!!! Yea accomplishment! I will be adding Tales from the Arabian nights, Dalmatians and the new Alice asap. Enjoy, you can click on view album and get any picture you would like.

Friday, June 16, 2017

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Parts Available

Character Breakdown

Sopranos, Second Sopranos, and Alto's with extended mix/belt range. Vibrant, energetic, charming performers, with superior voices. Movement and dance will be needed. The narrators must be adept at both being the focal pint and then “blending” into the scene. The narrators are onstage almost the entire show. Must be an animated storyteller.

Jacob's favorite son. Joseph early on shows a talent for interpreting dreams and telling the future. Singer/actor. Honest and likable with good intent. Humble but proud and able to transition to the leader of a nation. Must believe in himself and his convictions. Vocal range high tenor.

The father of 12 sons, his favorite being Joseph. At times he may appear unfair and shallow, but he is, more importantly, the prophet who recognizes the future and calling of Joseph, thus saving the House of Israel.

Joseph's 11 brothers, Jacob's other sons:
High energy and very active. Singers/dancers/actors. Need to be able to develop strong unique characters. Able to portray wide range of performance styles. Although acting usually as a group, they each have their own different personalities, talents and flaws. They sing and dance their way through many situations and paces. Conniving, self-centered and jealous of Joseph. They change their ways in the end.

Reuben: Eldest on of Jacob: Sings “those Canaan Days” Needs good comic timing.

Simeon: Second Son

Levi: Third Son

Naphthali: Sixth Son

Isaachar: Ninth Son

Asher: Eighth Son

Dan: Fifth Son, sings “One More Angel in Heaven” in a country western style.

Zebulon: Tenth Son

Gad: Seventh Son

Benjamin: Twelfth Son

Judah: Fourth Son, Sings “Benjamin's Calypso” in a reggae style

Pharaoh: The most powerful man in Egypt, Pharaoh is considered a God on earth. Should be an outgoing, engaging entertainer, able to take the stage and connect with an audience. Singer/Actor with a good comic timing. Done in an “Elvis Presley” style.

Potiphar: A powerful and rich Egyptian and Joseph's employer.

Potiphar's Wife: Beautiful and scheming, dancer.

36 Brother's Wives/ Dancers for:
Jacob and Son's
Joseph's Dream
One More Angel in Heaven (Also need an Angel to fly)
Go, Go Joseph
Potiphar's Court
Pharaohs Story
Poor, Poor Pharaoh
Stone the Crow
Those Canaan Days
Benjamin Calypso

Butler: Singing role male or female

Baker: Singing role male or female



Parts Available for Willy Wonka

    Willy Wonka is an enigmatic character; at once mysterious and mischievous but also charismatic.
    The role of Charlie Bucket is the emotional heart and soul of the musical. The actor performing Charlie should have an unchanged voice and lots of pluck and enthusiasm. Think a male “Annie.”
    Grandpa Joe is the grandfather we all wish we had when we were Charlie’s age. He is caring, patient, sweet and always reminds Charlie to remain cheerful. Cast an actor who can be kind and funny. The role sings a bit, but the singing is secondary.
    These are great roles for young people who have nice voices, and are natural nurturers. Both sing solos; Mr. Bucket performs the number “Think Positive” with Charlie and Mrs. Bucket sings “Cheer Up, Charlie” with Mr. Bucket and Grandpa Joe.
    Phineous is the reporter who announces the winners of the Golden Ticket contest throughout the show. The role requires some singing, either a boy or a girl can play the role.
    Augustus is the overachieving eater who represents the evils of eating too much. Augustus sings “I Eat More!” along with his mother and Phineous Trout.
    Mrs. Gloop is Augustus’ mother who has overindulged her son with food. She accompanies Augustus on the tour of the factory, and sings “I Eat More!” which is one of the more difficult songs in the score for young people. The role requires a character actress who isn’t afraid to take positive risks both in her acting and her singing.
    For this adaptation Mike is not just a TV junky. He is also addicted to video games, the Internet and any other mindnumbing technological device. Mike is bratty, loud and obnoxious. He does not know the word “no.” Mike and Ms. Teavee sing “I See It All On TV”.
    Ms. Teavee is a take on all television moms of the distant past. She’s perfectly put together and a bit vacant. She sings “I See It All On TV”.
    Gum chewer extraordinaire, Violet hails from Snellville, Georgia, so it’s nice if she has a Southern American accent, but not necessary. Violet should stand in stark contrast to Veruca Salt. Veruca is a wealthy refined brat; Violet is more of a bluecollar, middle class brat. She sings “Chew It” along with Willy Wonka.                                                 
    Veruca is the wealthy, class-conscious, spoiled brat. She is often portrayed with a high British accent that is by no means required (brats come in all nationalities). Veruca’s solo number “I Want It Now”.                                                  
    Charlie’s three grandparents are mainly non-singing character roles.
    James is Charlie’s friend from school. He has a few lines and sings the introduction of “The Candy Man” along with Matilda and Charlie.
    Matilda is also a schoolmate of Charlie’s, but she’s a bit of bully. Matilda has a few lines and sings the introduction of “The Candy Man” along with James and Charlie.                                                                                           
  • The CANDY MAN                                                                                                                                                                             Willy Wonka's eyes and ears on the outside of his chocolate factory. Sings " The Candy Man".                                      
    These kids sing and dance in “The Candy Man”
    The Cooks appear during “I Eat More!” presenting Augustus with a smorgasbord of food choices.                               
    Mrs. Beauregard is a teacher of geography and has invested a great deal of hard-earned money on therapy for her orally fixated daughter, with less than stellar results. Her accent should match Violet’s.

    MR. SALT
    Mr. Salt’s solution to most problems is to buy his way out. He is upper class, and usually portrayed with a high British accent. (But this accent is not necessary—just make sure Veruca and Mr. Salt sound like they hail from the same place.) He sings very little.
    The squirrels are non-speaking, non-singing roles.


Performances are today, Break a Leg Everyone. DVD's are available please talk to Kristal to order one. They also have up close pictures of the cast. Only $10.00.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Alice Performances are HERE!! The Youth are doing AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!

Dress rehearsal is tomorrow Thurs. June 15th. Please wear your black shoes, black socks, and Jeans. Don't worry about makeup we will put a bit on their cheeks. Performance times on Fri. 11:00 a.m., 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Fri. is regular class time. Come 1/2 hr early for the 4 & 7

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Learning to sway


Performances right around the corner

We will have 3 Performances on Friday June 16th 11:00 a.m., 4:00 p.m. And 7:00 p.m. (for the 4:00 and 7:00 please be there 1/2 hour early). 
All youth will need to wear a nice pair of jeans, black socks and black soft soled shoes. Have your child come with hair combed and curled. They will wear their Youth Arts Festival T-shirts as part of their costume Please help them keep them nice and clean. We want them to look a awesome while they perform!!!

Thursday, June 8, 2017

The Jabberwocky Parts

’Twas brillig, and the slithy toves 
      Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:   Brooklyn

All mimsy were the borogoves, 
      And the mome raths outgrabe.  Henry

“Beware the Jabberwock, my son! 
      The jaws that bite, the claws that catch!  Joseph

Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun 
      The frumious Bandersnatch!”   Celeste 

He took his vorpal sword in hand; 
      Long time the manxome foe he sought—  Nate

So rested he by the Tumtum tree 
      And stood awhile in thought.    Paige 

And, as in uffish thought he stood, 
      The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame,     Michael

Came whiffling through the tulgey wood, 
      And burbled as it came!                          Rose

One, two! One, two! And through and through 
      The vorpal blade went snicker-snack!   Connor

He left it dead, and with its head 
      He went galumphing back.               Hannah 

“And hast thou slain the Jabberwock? 
      Come to my arms, my beamish boy!     Grace 

O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!” 
      He chortled in his joy.                 Gwen

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Alice in Wonderland Cast List

Alice: Brooke Grant
White Rabbit: Lily Tessem
Dodo: Rylan Wilkins
Ryatt Allen, Cash Bolyard, Alex Butler, Mark Champneys, McCade Hancock, Zach McHoes, Spencer Oliver, Archer Olson, Tyson Pope, Trumann Simmons, Danny Valenzuela, Milo Thompson, Maverick Thompson, Kamden Brockbank
Tweedle Dee: Brianna McHoes
Tweedle Dum: Eden Smith 
Rose Red: Merilynn Pulsipher
Rose White: Nada-Lynn Pulsipher
The flowers: Madeline Anderson, Paige Bowman, Aubrie Brouwer, Paisley Bryan, Sofia Colton, Kate Fillmore, Emily Gedeborg, Sarah Green, Gwen Justice, Lucy Messenger, Sophia Paxman, Celeste Perrins, Kylee Pope, Hannah Richards, Lily Salisbury, Jayde Seal, Ashlyn Sievers, Mia Stevenson, Londyn Tafoya, Grace Tessem, Olivia Tessem, Clara Valgardson, Linden Valgardson, Layla Sherratt, Sara Miller, Rose Pulsipher, Alice Brockbank, Gwen Brockbank, Erin Gubler, Hailey Gubler, Avery Thompson
Caterpillar: Elijah Lewis
Cheshire Cat: Adelaide Olson 
Mad Hatter: Michael Pulsipher
March Hare: Mason Dansie
Dormouse: Ethan Welch 
Tyler Baisch, Joseph Champmeys, Nate Hill, Edward Simmons, Connor Brockbank, Henry Pulsipher, Hailey Aguero, Alea Bateman, Brooklyn Batty, Daphne Bryan, Alyssa Butler, Holly Cherepovich, Kaitlyn Christensen, Joy Coxson, Abby Fillmore, Audrey Justice, Emma Spencer, Sydney Anderson
The Queen of Hearts: Ariana Whatcott

The King of Hearts: Derek Bundy

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Saturday, June 3, 2017

Class Starts Monday

It is Finally time for the Summer Workshop!! It begins this Monday June 5th at 10:00 a.m. in the Little Theatre at Spanish Fork High School. Come ready for FUN!! See you there!

Script for the Trial of Alice in Wonderland

White Rabbit: Here ye! Your Majesty's (gesturing to the king and queen), members of the jury (gesturing to the jury box), loyal subjects (gesturing to the witness area), and honored guests (gesturing to the audience). May we present...... The trial of Alice in Wonderland!

Song: Alice in Wonderland

Queen: Let the trial begin!
(All are seated)
White Rabbit: (opening a very long scroll and reading from it.) The prisoner at the bar is charged with enticing Her Majesty, the Queen of Hearts, into a game of croquet, thereby willfully and with malice aforethought, teasing, tormenting and otherwise annoying our beloved and.....

Queen: Never mind that get to the part where I lose my temper!

White Rabbit: (The rabbit quickly reads down the scroll to the end.) Thereby causing the queen to lose her temper!

All: cheer!

Queen: (Leaning forward toward Alice with an evil smile on her face) Now, are you ready for your Sentence?

Alice: (standing in protest) Sentence? But there must be a verdict first.

Queen: Sentence first, verdict afterwards!

(Cast all whispers to one another discussing who is correct.)

Alice: (Crossing toward the Queen.) But, that just isn't the way...

Queen: All ways are my way!

Alice: (Alice stops and curtsies) Yes, your majesty!

Queen: Off with her head!

(Cast everyone cheers is Alice hurries back to her seat. The two cards at the Throne rush forward to seize Alice.)

King: But my dear, we've called no witnesses. Couldn't we hear maybe one or two? Huh? Maybe?

Queen: Oh, very well..... call the first witness!
(Cards return to their places)

White Rabbit: First witness! (He looks around, check his watch and then suddenly realizes that he is the first witness.) Oh, that's me! (He hurries to the witness box.) Well, it all started when Alice was not paying attention to her sister, who was reading. Alice was daydreaming and I ran across her thoughts. I was late for an important date..... But then, I'm always late!

Song: I'm late

White Rabbit: She followed me down a rabbit hole and fell and fell and fell. She thought she would never hit the bottom, but she finally did. She came to a tiny room and tried to follow me through a little door. Since she was much too big, she found a bottle on a table that said, “drink me” and she did. It made her very small. Then, she found some cookies marked “eat me,” and they made her much too big. And so she began to cry and her tears made a river, which swept her out of the little room and into the ocean, where she met the next witness. Next witness.... the dodo bird!

Dodo: (the dodo goes to the witness box) Yes, I met this child when she floated by. We were just about to start our caucus race.

Cast: Caucus-race? (All leaning toward him)

Dodo: Yes, a “caucus-race” never gets anywhere and no one ever wins. So, I invited her to join. And well the best way to explain it is to do it. Parrots, Owls, Toucans, Crows, Robins and Alice take your places! (As he says their names, the characters rise and move to center stage. The dodo crosses to down center and kneels to a starting position for a race, the others forming a “V” in kneeling positions.)

Parrot 1: Acch! Hurry everyone! Take your places! Acch!

Owl 1: Who? Me? Who will race with me? Who!! Who!

Toucan 1: Just follow your nose! That's the way to go!

Crow 1: Ha ha ha! You are just a bunch of silly birds!

Robin 1: Quiet! It's time to start the race! Hurry get to your places!

Song: The Caucus Race

Parrot 2: Acch! What a wonderful race! Acch!

Owl 2: Who? Who will help me up?

Crow 2: Ha ha ha! I've never had such fun!

Toucan 2: I'm completely dry, how marvelous!

Robin 2: That's so much fun! Let's race again!

Queen: (bending over the heap of characters on the floor) And, just what is the prize?

Dodo: (standing up) We don't know. Nobody has ever won!

Queen: (standing up) Off with his head! Next witness! (The queen sits back down.)

Cast: cheer! (Alice and the birds hurry back to their places.)

White Rabbit: Next Witness.... Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum! (They move to the witness box)

Tweedle Dee: I'm Tweedle Dee.

Tweedle Dum: I'm Tweedle Dum

Tweedle Dee: When she came upon us, she called us, “peculiar little figures”...

Tweedle Dum: But, contrariwise, we taught her good manners.

Tweedle Dee: She tried to start by saying “goodbye.”

Tweedle Dum: But we taught her to begin at the beginning.

Queen: What was it you taught her?
(Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum move centerstage, Alice crosses to stand between them)

Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum: We'll show you.

Song: How Do You Do and Shake Hands

Tweedledum: We wanted her to stay and hear some stories....

Tweedle Dee: But, she was busy chasing after that rabbit.... (He points to the white rabbit)

Tweedledum: So, she left.

Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum: And we're finished. (they bow and move back to their seats)

Queen: (to the White Rabbit.) She was following..... you? Explain that... if you can.
(The White Rabbit nervously moves to the witness box; Alice moves to center stage to pantomime his story as he tells it.)

White rabbit: Yes, she did follow me... to my house, But it's a long story and I will need some help.

Alice: I was there. I'll help you!

White Rabbit: I thought she was Maryann, so I asked her to go inside my house and fetch my gloves. As she was looking for the gloves she found a cookie marked, “eat me” and she did. Again, she change sizes. This time, she grew so large that she filled the house and bumped her head against the roof. I thought she was a monster. Just as the dodo bird and the lizard, Bill, were about to smoke her out, she stole a carrot from the garden, ate it and shrank down to a smaller size again. I ran away, she followed me and met the next witnesses....the flowers.

Rose: (Rose stands and speaks.) Flowers, flowers, hurry to your places! Flowers... roll call! State your names dear.

Iris: Our name is Iris. We have such colorful Petals.

Rose: Very nice Iris. Now it's your turn.

Marigold: Our name is Marigold. We make the garden glitter!

Rose: You do add a sparkle! Next.

Daisy: Our name is Daisy. Our petals are simple, but beautiful!

Rose: That's true my dear your pedals are beautiful. Come now your turn.

Morning Glory: We are morning glory. We love the first rays of sunshine in the morning.

Rose: The sun is glorious. Come, come your turn.

Violets: We're Violet's, we're shy!

Rose: Nothing to be shy about, now your turn.

Lily: Our name is Lily. Our petals are elegant and beautiful.

Rose: You are gorgeous, Lily. Next!

Lavender: We are lavender, our fragrance is so relaxing. (all flowers yawn except the impatience they stamp their foot)

Rose: (waking up) Oh, oh it truly is.....(yawns)

Impatience: Hurry up we want our turn! We are impatience!

Rose: Yes you are! Now you.

Tulips: We are tulips.

Daffodils: We are daffodils.

Both: We are the first to bloom in the spring.

Snapdragons: We're snapdragons you better watch your step with us!

Rose: Please, please let's all get along. Next!

Dandy lion: I'm a Dandy lion...

Tiger lily: I'm a tiger lily.

Both: Grrrr! Some flowers are afraid of us!

Rose: don't get carried away Dandy lion and Tiger lily. You'll frighten the buds! Come dear don't be frightened.

Rosebud: My name is (Giggles.) Rosebud. I'm just a youngster. (Giggles)

Rose: Lovely, just lovely.... yes, we know this weed. (All flowers look at Alice and hold their noses on the word “weed” except for Rosebud.)

Rosebud: I think she's pretty. (Giggles)

Rose: Quiet bud! She came into our garden and was surprised that we could talk.... she was even more surprised that we could sing!

Song: All In The Golden afternoon

Rose: That was lovely, flowers.

King: What happened next?

Rose: She enjoyed our singing very much. (Alice leaves her chair and applauds the flowers) So, just to make pleasant conversation, we asked her.

All Flowers: What kind of a flower are you?

Rose: When she told us.....

Alice: (laughing) I'm not a flower!

Rose: We all examined her petals...(touch Alice's hair) and her stems....(touch her arms and legs) and decided she was a common weed! (All flowers turn their backs to Alice) And we made her leave our garden!! (All flowers turn their noses into the air and return to their seats, as Alice cries and returns to her seat.)

White Rabbit: Next witness.... the caterpillar!

Caterpillar: (the caterpillar moves to Center Stage.) Yes, it's true. This child came across to me while I was performing..... my morning vowel exercises.


Caterpillar: When I asked her, who are you?, She said she didn't seem to know because she changed so many times since that morning. When I asked her to explain herself...... she didn't make any sense. So, I changed myself into a butterfly (He produces butterfly wings from behind his costume.) And fluttered by. (he flutters back to his seat.)

White Rabbit: Next witness! The Cheshire cat!

Cheshire Cat: (The Cheshire Cat bounces to the witness box.) That's me... can't you see? You can always tell a Cheshire Cat by his grin. (He holds up a large grin.) Here, hold this while I testify. (He hands the grin to the White Rabbit.)

Alice: (to the audience.) I've seen a cat without a grin, but I've never seen a grin without a cat!

Cheshire Cat: I wandered upon this little girl with a poem: (he recites dramatically.) 'Twas brillig and the slithy toves, did gyre and gimbel in the wabe.

King: Why don't you sing it?

Cheshire Cat: Don't mind if I do!

Song: 'Twas brillig

Queen: Thank you very much. That was perfectly clear. (Standing.) Off with her head!

Cast: all cheer

Cheshire Cat: (the Cheshire Cat rises.) But I'm not finished. (He crosses this to the witness box, places the hat behind it.) This little girl asked me which way she ought to go and I replied, “Well that depends on where you want to go.” Which is good advice, I think. I finally directed her to the Mad Hatter's.

King: Call the Mad Hatter!

White Rabbit: The Mad Hatter! (The Mad Hatter jumps up. The Cheshire Cat returns to his seat.)

Mad Hatter: Mad Hatter? That's me. Next witness.... move down, move down. (He tries to make everyone move down one seat.)

Queen: You better get off the bench, or it's off with your head!

Mad Hatter: Oh, dear! Yes your majesty? (He jumps up, pulls the March Hare and The Dormouse downstage right with him. The Dormouse sits on the floor Dozing. The March Hare stands beside him.)

Queen: (sweetly) Have you ever seen this little girl before?

Mad Hatter: (the Mad Hatter crosses over to Alice and stares at her.) Never, your majesty.

Alice: (standing) Yes, you have. I was at your tea party.

Mad Hatter: (hurrying over to March Hare.) Was she at our tea party?

March Hare: Yes, I think so. Let's ask the Dormouse.

Song: Twinkle, Twinkle Little Bat
(Everyone falls asleep)

Mad Hatter: (drowsily.) He never gets that right. It's twinkle, twinkle, little hat.

Queen: (suddenly waking and shouting.) Off With Their Heads!
(The cast all awakens quickly jumping in their chairs and cheering.) Now, have you ever seen this little girl before?

Mad Hatter: Which little girl? (Crossing to the center and pointing to Alice.) This little girl? No, never.

Alice: (Crossing to the hatter.) You did so. I interrupted your birthday party.

March Hare: (hurrying to Center.) Birthday party? (Laughing) ho, ho, ho. Oh, no it wasn't a birthday party. It was an unbirthday party.

Queen: Explain yourself.

March Hare: Very well.

Song: The Unbirthday Song

Queen: Lovely, just lovely. I do love parties. But... I love trials more. On with the trial! (The cast all boo) Off With Their Heads! (She returns to her throne.)

King: (to the white rabbit) You better call the next Witness! (The king, Mad Hatter, March Hare and Dormouse return to their seats.)

White Rabbit: Next Witness!

Alice: If it would please your majesty. I'd like to speak for myself, please.

Queen: (with an evil smile.) What a lovely child. But curtsey while you testify, my dear. It saves time.

Alice: (Alice curtsies, then moves to the witness box.) I'm afraid this all has been my own fault. You see, if I had been paying attention to my sister, none of this would have happened. I try very hard to do all the right things, but sometimes it is not easy.

Song: Very Good Advice

King: That's very good advice.

Queen: (she is so touched by the song, that she is crying.) It certainly is. (She changes quickly back to her with self, stands and shouts.) Off with her head!

Cast: cheer and boo. (The Cards rush forward and grab Alice.)

White Rabbit: But we have more witnesses!!

Cheshire cat: (standing in her place) I told her to visit the queen, your majesty.

Queen: You did?

Alice: That's right.

Queen: Let Her Go (the cards Retreat, the queen sits back down.) Well, my dear, what happened next?

Alice: I Came Upon your beautiful garden and met the cards.

White Rabbit: Next Witnesses: the cards!
(The cards move forward, to downright carrying paint brushes. As the card talk, they salute putting their brushes to their foreheads.)

First card: It's true your Majesty's.

Second Card: Absolutely, Positively true, your Majesties!

Third card: She met us in the garden...

Fourth card: Your beautiful rose garden.

Fifth card: We were painting the beautiful roses red.

Queen: Painting MY beautiful roses?
(The cast all whisper, painting the Roses? what on Earth for? I wonder why? etc.) You had better explain yourselves.

Sixth card: We had to paint the roses red your majesty....

Seventh card: A very lovely red.

Eighth card: We had no other choice!

Ninth card: Because we planted white ones....

Tenth card: instead of your favorite red ones....

Eleventh card: by mistake!! Oh please forgive us your Majesty!!!

Song: Painting the Roses Red

Queen: Off With Their Heads!
(The cast cheer.)

Twelfth card: We had ordered her out of YOUR garden!

Thirteenth card: (his knees shaking with fear.) And just when we were about to send her on her way....

Fourteenth Card: you came along, your majesty....

Fifteenth Card: and invited her to play croquet with You.

Queen: Sweetly, (her eyelashes fluttering.) I did? What a lovely gesture!

Sixteenth card: But then, she teased you....

Seventeenth Card: and tormented you....

Eighteenth Card: and made you lose your temper!
(The cast all stand, Cheering.)

Alice: Oh, Please, your majesty. (Begging.) Forgive me and let me go back home and I promise not to bother you again.
(The King hurries down Center as the cards return to their places.)

King: She's only a little girl, my dear.

Queen: Hush! Let me think. (As she thinks, she passes back and forth the stage, the cast all leaning forward watching her intently.) I have decided... (the cast all lean further toward her.) To let them... (pointing at the audience.) Decide Alice's fate.

White Rabbit: What do you think? We should let her go, shouldn't we?

Queen: Very well. It's obvious that you're excused this time.

Alice: Oh, thank you, your majesty. (She courtesies to the queen, she turns to the audience and curtsies.) And thank you. Friends. Now I can go home. Goodbye, everyone! (The king and queen move up Center as Alice shakes hands with the cast as they sing) 

Song: Finale