Wonderland BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
April 17, 2011
Closing:
May 15, 2011

Theater: Marquis Theatre / 1535 Broadway, New York, NY, 10036

Synopsis: 

A take on the classic Alice in Wonderland story, Wonderland tells the story of a modern-day woman who goes on a life-changing adventure below the streets of New York City, where a colorful cast of strange but familiar characters help her rediscover what's really important.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Wonderland

    April 17, 2011: If only little Alice, dozing away on the riverbank before sliding down the rabbit hole, had an inkling of the deeper import of the zany adventures that were to come. All those talking animals, querulous playing cards and animated chess pieces were not just peculiar, slightly menacing playmates, according to the new Broadway musical “Wonderland.”

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  • BACKSTAGE REVIEW OF Wonderland

    April 17, 2011: If you put the script of "The Wiz," a self-help book, every pop tune of the past 10 years, and some lame jokes about easy targets like the Tea Party and Disney into a blender, the result might resemble the gloppy mess on stage at the Marquis Theatre.

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  • VARIETY REVIEW OF Wonderland

    April 17, 2011: There is a distinct lack of wonder in "Wonderland," the new Frank Wildhorn musical at the Marquis. Unless one was to wonder how a big, Broadway musical based on Lewis Carroll's wildly inventive and delectably fantastical characters can be so utterly devoid of the aforementioned elements. Or to wonder why -- after a full-scale 2009 presentation in Tampa Bay and Houston -- the producers saw fit to remount this less-than-scintillating, $15 million tuner on Broadway.

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  • THEATERMANIA REVIEW OF Wonderland

    April 17, 2011: There's little rhyme or reason to Wonderland, the splashy, high-tech new musical extravaganza now playing at Broadway's Marquis Theatre. Given that the show is a contemporary variant on Lewis Carroll's fantastical stories about Alice's trip down the rabbit hole and through the looking glass, this may seem like a compliment. But, unlike these deliberately crafted classics, there's nothing precise or controlled about this show's randomness.

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  • HOLLYWOOD REPORTER REVIEW OF Wonderland

    April 17, 2011: The Bottom Line: What’s curious and curiouser is how this tedious mess ever made it to Broadway.

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