Photos: See Lorna Luft, J. Harrison Ghee, Patrick Page, More Celebrate Opening Night of Theatre XIV's Queen of Hearts | Playbill

Opening Night Photos: See Lorna Luft, J. Harrison Ghee, Patrick Page, More Celebrate Opening Night of Theatre XIV's Queen of Hearts

The burlesque take on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland opened March 1.

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Company XIV's Queen of Hearts, a burlesque take on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, opened March 1. Check out photos from the opening night celebration in the gallery below. 

The cast features LEXXE and Emily Stockwell as Alice, and Brandon Looney and Madison Rose as the Queen of Hearts. The roles of the White Rabbit, Mad Hatter, Tweedles, Caterpillar, and Cheshire Cats are shared by Joey Columbus, Erin Dillon, Morgan Doelp, Phillip Evans, Duane Gosa, Nicholas Katen, Alisa Mae, Nolan, Clairisa S. Patton, and Syrena. 

Photos: Company XIV's Queen Of Hearts Opening Night

The creative team includes creator, director, and choreographer Austin McCormick; costume and scenic Designer Zane Pihlström; songwriter LEXXE; makeup designer Sarah Cimino; lighting designer Brian Tovar; sound designer Julian Evans; wig designers Bryan Gonzale and Charlie August Kellogg; rehearsal director Nicolas Katen, and costume shop manager Jana Violante.

“I’m thrilled to put Company XIV’s unique stamp on Lewis Caroll’s beloved story,” McCormick said in an earlier statement. “So many patrons and performers have such a fondness for the Alice books, and I’ve reimagined our version as a whimsical, decadent, and naughty adventure. The previous version of the show really resonated with fans in 2019. At the time it was our longest running show. We are thrilled to bring it back with even more surprises, original music, and delicious cocktails. LEXXE, who has written several fabulous original songs and plays Alice, is such a talented songwriter and performer. Her classical background and musical sensibilities make her the perfect collaborator for this production. I’m thrilled and excited for the world to hear her new music.”

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