ALICE IN WONDERLAND JR. MUSICAL CAMP




Music & Lyrics By Sammy Fain, Bob Hillard, Oliver Wallace, Cy Coban, Allie Wrubel, Ray Gilbert, Mack David, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston

Music Adapted, Arranged, and Additional Music and Lyrics By Bryan Louiselle

Book Adapted and Additional Lyrics By David Simpatico

Based on the 1951 Disney Film "Alice in Wonderlan" and the novels "The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking Glass" by Lewis Carroll


SPONSORED BY --- OCPR


  • On a perfect summer day in the park, Alices sees a White Rabbit hurrying by. Curious to know where he is goin, Alice follows him into the dark tunnel, thus beginning her adventure. After the Doorknob counsels alive to drink from a bottle then eat a cookie, Alice shrinks, allowing her to fit through a keyhole, beginning her adventures with the Wonderland creatures. The White Rabbit leads Alice into twin jabbering clowns, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, who teach her some manners. Then, she plays a wild game of musical chairs at the Mad Hatter's tea party. Following the advice of the Cheshire Cat, she ends up at the Mad Hatter's tea party along with the evil Queen of Hearts. Waking up, Alice realizes the entire story has been a dream!

PROGRAM COORDINATOR --- KATHY CAMARENA


PRE-K - 2ND GRADE
  • Camp Fee -- $20 per child
  • Camp Dates -- July 24 - 28
  • Camp Time -- 10 - 11am
  • Location -- OCHS Auditorium
  • Performance -- July 29, 7pm, OCHS Auditorium
  • Sign-Up Deadline -- June 12
  • Students will be given a book and cd to memorize their parts prior to the start of camp
  • Parents are responsible for costumes --- We will keep them simple and easy


3RD - 6TH GRADE
  • Camp Fee -- $30 per child
  • Camp Dates -- July 24 - 28
  • Camp Time -- 10am - 2pm
  • 3rd-6th Grade Students Must Bring a Sack Lunch - A Snack is Provided
  • Location -- OCHS Auditorium
  • Performance -- July 29, 7pm, OCHS Auditorium
  • Sign-Up Deadline, June 12
  • Students will be given a book and cd to memorize their parts prior to the start of camp
  • Parents are responsible for costumes --- We will keep them simple and easy


CASTING SESSION --- 3rd-6th Grade
  • 3rd-6th Grade Students MUST Attend One Casting Session
  • Student should be prepared to Sing a Short Song.
  • JUNE 11 --- 6:30pm --- OCHS Auditorium
  • JUNE 12 --- 2pm --- OCHS Auditorium
  • After casting - Students will receive a Script and Book
Students are Expected to have their Parts Memorized prior to the start of camp in July.

The Camp will be used for Staging, Set Design and Costumes, Rehearsal, and Guest Speakers.




For more information contact --- Kathy Camarena -- 785-207-6869 -- kcamarena@usd420.org