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Much more than simply theatre: Alice took the children to a wonderland


In January, 150 children from Tartu, Tallinn, Ida-Viru County, and Jõgeva County safe houses and substitute homes visited the Endla Theatre, in Pärnu, where they watched the children’s play “Alice in Wonderland”, which is based on Lewis Carroll’s famous book.

Alice’s trip to Wonderland has engaged children with its weird happenings time and again. Older children have seen the films and read the book and now they had a good chance to compare their interpretation with that on the stage.

Although children from most families have made frequent visits to the theatre, many of them crossed the threshold of the Endla Theatre for the first time – and this beautiful building also impressed them as other Estonian theatres. 

Every family received a gorgeous copy of “Alice in Wonderland” as a gift. Asking the actors for autographs caused lots of excitement. In many families, “Alice” became the book of the night that the children and the teacher read to one another in turns before going to bed.

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