More than 250 people came out to see the Pine Island Playhouse presentation of Lewis Carroll's "Alice" last Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
"We had a great turnout for all three shows," Nichole Pichon said. "The cast did a great job, especially Jacqualine Jennings who had a tremendous amount of dialogue to remember. The cast brought all of the characters to life. We had some zany oversized hats and crazy costumes. Everyone worked so hard for six weeks to make this play happen. I'm very proud of everyone."
"This is a story about a young girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole into a fantasy world," Pichon said.
A scene from the Pine Island Playhouse’s production of “Alice” last weekend.