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See why Alice finds the magical land down the rabbit hole 'curiouser and curiouser'

PMG PHOTO: TERESA CARSON - Tommy O'Neill (right) playing the Dodo and Nedra Baird (center) the Eaglet talk with Alice, played by Jocelyn Clark (right) in a rehearsal prior to costumes.

The young actors of Estacada High School are busy rehearsing their spring play "Alice in Wonderland."

The production features a large cast of 21 students, most playing multiple parts.

In the play, based on the iconic 1865 novel by Lewis Carroll, young Alice falls through a rabbit hole into a magical world of talking animals and other fanciful creatures.

Sophomore Jocelyn Clark leads the company in the title role of seven-year-old Alice.

The key role of the White Rabbit is played by senior Kaz Jeppeson.

Senior Josh Thao, takes on two roles, playing both the March Hare and Tweedledum and is joined by

senior Zach Austin, who plays the Mad Hatter and Tweedledee.

Others in the cast include: sophomore Trey Shibahara, senior Tommy O'Neill, sophomore Amaya Reyes, sophomore Nedra Baird, senior Gavin Rex, sophomore Ava Shibahara, freshman Nathan Dodd, sophomore William Wood, senior Kyra Milliken, senior Ash Zallee, sophomore Ashlee Adlerman, sophomore Lilyanna Harriot, junior Luci Wainman, junior Lian Baird, 8th grader Henry Riedel, senior Bre Ruiz and sophomore Molly Dukes.

This adaptation of the Carroll novel is by Eva Le Gallienne and Florida Friebus and premiered in 1932.

If you go…

Alice in Wonderland

7 p.m. Friday April 15,

2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday April 16

Tickets $10 adults, $8 students and seniors, $6 children 12 and younger

Estacada Middle School Theater

500 N.W. Main St.

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