Wilton High School’s Little Theater Company is bringing Alice in Wonderland to the stage for the high school theater department’s fall show, and this production turns an already whimsical story on its long, furry rabbit’s ear.

In this version, Alice is a modern day teenager who disappears down the rabbit hole still holding onto her beloved iPhone.

The fall show is typically one in which the student actors are a little more free to interpret their roles, and this staging of the classic is giving them a great opportunity to have fun with the adaptation. From the sets and the lighting, to the way the actors take on the characters, WHS Little Theater’s Alice in Wonderland is a playful romp that both the audience and student theater company will have fun with.

Performances begin Thursday, Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m., and repeat Friday, Nov. 11 at 8 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 12 at 1 p.m. and 5 p.m..

Tickets are on sale now at via email or by calling 203.834.4844. Tickets are also being sold during the WHS lunch waves Wednesday, Nov. 9-Friday, Nov. 11.. Tickets cost $12 apiece.

Alice in Wonderland is directed by Chris Kozlowski and Meredith Walker.

The main cast members include:

Ella Kinnersley, junior (Alice)
Sibhi Kumaran, Lydia Hoffman and Katherine Barbour, juniors (Caterpillar)
Madelyn Hand, Carolyn Yee and Skyler Addison, seniors (Cheshire Cat)
Ben Senneff, senior (Mad Hatter)
Jamie Feidner, junior (Queen of Hearts)
Rachel Strazza, junior (Tweedledee)
Julia Foodman, senior (Tweedledum)
Michael Ferrigno, senior (White Rabbit)