Day de Dada at Second Saturday SI December 2011

Welcome to……

Lys Riganti as one of the three sisters in the Treacle Well

Teeny Tiny Tea Party
“Take some more tea!” It’s time to use the tea sets to socialize….

Alice – Ecila
“I’ve been shrunk, stretched,
scratched and stuffed into a
teapot!”

Nicie Poris as one of the three sisters in the Treacle Well

The Grin of the Cheshire Cat
“You know we could make her really
angry! Shall we try?”

Mad Hatter
“There is a place. Like no place on Earth. A land full of
wonders, mystery, and danger! Some say to survive it;
you need to be as mad as a hatter.”

Choose!
Play a game of chance and intrigue.
Every playing card holds a key. – choose
one – find out what the White Queen
commands!

Much of a MuchnessViv de Dada is the White Queen

Once upon a time there were three little sisters… and they lived at the bottom of a well…. What M word can they draw for you?

ANOTHERalice
Interrogative filming that mixes recitation
and improvisation, inspired guests perform
ing… All the world’s a stage today!


Alice Austen’s Amazing Adventures in
the Wonderland of Staten Island
The Forgotten History of Staten Island: Alice Austen and Lewis Carroll – the mythical Dr. D.I. Kniebocker (S.I.’s self-described “greatest historian”) presents this celebration of real and imagined historical events.
…….
The Lobster Quadrille
“Will you, won’t you, will you, won’t you join the
dance?”
Mary Campbell leads the Lobster Quadrille

Red Queen  “Off with their heads!”

Wandering Minstrel
Leading you through Wonderland.  Follow the pipes, follow the rabbit..
A video performance inspired by Alice in Wonderland.Directed by: Francesca Leoni and Davide Mastrangelo
Performance: Massimiliano Bolcioni ( Teatro delle Forchette), Francesca Leoni and Davide Mastrangelo

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Taylor Moore as the White Rabbit and Babaloo as the Wandering Minstrel“Wonderland” at the St George Ball was made possible by Day de Dada, the Staten Island Museum, Second Saturday Staten Island, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and all the talented artists who gave so freely of their time.

And to all the white rabbits ….

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