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as a twisting, gibbering forest, whispering ph rases from the plays, The White Rabbit runs through them followed by Alice.) Rabbit: I’m late, I’m late, for a very important date. No time to say hello, goodby e, I’m late, I’m late, I’m late. Alice: What could a rabbit be possibly late for? Where are you going? Rabbit: I’m late, I’m late, I’m late I’m late I’m late. (rabbit pops down the rabbit hole) Alice: wonder what I will do next, where will this rabbit hole lead to? There’s o nly one way to find out. (pops down the rabbit hole)
(appears to be a very deep well, alice falls very slowely. Objects pass as she goes down.) Chorus:I am falling down staircase to wonderland. I don’t know where I’m going and I don’t know where I’ll land. I am falling down the staircase to wonderland.ahhhh h aaadoo doo Im falling…Falling……to wonderland…. Where will I go…where will I land? That i s all evident in wonderland… Where is the road to wonderland?? ALICE:How curious. I never realized that rabbit holes were so dark . . . and so long . . . and so empty. I believe I have been falling for five minutes, and I s till can t see the bottom! Hmph! After such a fall as this, I shall think nothin g of tumbling downstairs. How brave they ll all think me at home. Why, I wouldn t say anything about it even if I fell off the top of the house! I wonder how ma ny miles I ve fallen by this time. I must be getting somewhere near the center o f the earth. I wonder if I shall fall right through the earth! How funny that wo uld be. Oh, I think I see the bottom. Yes, I m sure I see the bottom. I shall hi t the bottom, hit it very hard, and oh, how it will hurt! Rabbit: Alice. Alice: Rabbit. Rabbit: Rabbit. White... Alice: White Rabbit. Rabbit: We re running very late, Alice. (The characters slink away.) Rabbit: Late, Alice! (Alice turns to him.) Rabbit: Oh my ears and whiskers, I haven t got my gloves – what s this. Alice: What is it.
Rabbit: Cake. Alice: How lovely. Rabbit: I don t want cake, I want my gloves. Alice: It s delicious. Rabbit: Laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaate. Alice: Mr. Rabbit? Rabbit: Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh – you re enormous! Alice: No I m not. Rabbit: Much bigger than I thought you we re. Alice: I was just looking at you before... Rabbit: Mary-Ann, you must shrink again this instant.... Alice: My name is Alice... Rabbit: Laaaaaaaate! Alice: Will you stop it! Rabbit: Ahhhhhhhhhhh! (He runs off, dropping a small bottle) Alice: No, I m sorry . I .... Well, I thought I was Alice this morning. Perhaps I m Ada, and not Alice. Or perhaps I m Mabel. What do I remember. Now, I remember that... London is the capital of Paris, and Paris is the capital of Rome. No... that s not right. Oh, no.... The cat has entered.
Cat: Talking to yourself is the first sign of madness you know. Alice: A Cheshire Cat! Cat: Hello Alice. Alice: How did you know my name was Alice? Cat: The same way you knew I was a Cheshire Cat – because you look just like an Al ice. Alice: That is very confusing – I m not sure of many things that I was sure of not half and hour ago. Cat: What is this? Alice: The Rabbit must have dropped it.
. If only I could remember one of my recitations.. where am I now? the worlds Upside down and I can t stop it now Can t stop me now. Cat: So drink it. again Is this real? or Is this pretend? I ll take a stand until the end I ll get by I ll survive When the world s crashing down When I fall and hit the ground I will turn myself around Don t you try to stop me don t cry When my world s turned upside down. I m freaking out. oh oh I found myself in Wonderland how am i to Get back on my feet. And neatly spread his claws.Cat: Drink it. How doth the little crocodile Improve his shining tale. alice: i am dreaming of a cheshire cat that will appear out nowhere and show me the way. cat leaves. it says drink me. turned inside out I will try and turn myself around Don t you try to stop me . it will disagree with you. Maybe I am Mabel after all the world’ s Spinning around turning inside out& upside down. Cat: Is it marked poison? Alice: No..... Alice: If you drink from a bottle marked poison. And welcome little fishes in. I m sure those aren t the right words. With gently smiling jaws.) Alice: Now. thourgh wonderland. the cheshire cat is allways there there to appear nowere and show me to go ahhhhhh do do do do do haaaaaa the chesheire cat is allways . And poor the waters of the Nile On every golden scale. How cheerfully he seems to grin. allways there to show me the way thourgh wonderland cat: i’m dreaming of an alice whom i will show the way through wonderland and i can apppear out of nowhere and to show her the way though wonderland both ahhhhhh do do do do do do haaa ha ha ahhhhhh ohhhhhh cat i will appear out of nowhere when you need me to show you the way though w ounderland both: i’m dreaming of a\an cheshire cat\alice who\i will appear out of nowhere to show me\her the way through wonderland alice: cheshire cat (She drinks.
Dodo: Look at us! Duck: You flooded us! Alice: I really must have been very large. And neatly spread his claws. Fury sauid to a mouse. With no jury or judge.a dodo. I ll be the judge. and I shall tell you a tale to dry you out I m told it is very dry. I ll take no denial: We must have a trial. we are very. and a duck appear. Alice: I wish I were dry. Alice: I don t feel much drier. Duck: And you re the same size as us.. I ll be the jury.) Alice: Ahh. I ll try the whole cause And condemn you to death. Mouse: Well you re certainly not now.. . Said the cunning old fury. Mouse: Now gather around everyone. I m soaking! Mouse: Not a wonder with all your crying. They are all wet. That he met in the house. very small! Dodo: But very clever. I ve nothing to do. Let us both go to the law: I will prosecute you. Said the mouse to that cur. (They all produce beakers and test tubes and throw water over her. Would be wasting our breath. Such a trial.don t cry She starts to cry and a mouse. Come. For really. this morning. How cheefully he seems to grin. dear sir.
. a Caucus race.) Alice: I didn t say go! (They all cavort around. Alice: On your marks get set. (They all run off in different directions. and they all scream.. (She eats it. you may do us some harm.. and all around and back again. Dodo: She only had one macaroon.) Dodo: The race is over! Alice: I can t tell who won. Duck: Oh. prizes! Duck: Who is to give them. prizes! (The cat delivers a tray of macaroons.... Alice: But. Mouse: I think. Duck: Please don t move. here you go.) . Duck: One thing for it! A Caucus race! Dodo: Yes. eventually making it back. All: Prizes. All: Prizes. who am I now.. what am I now.) Mouse: My goodness – she s much bigger now. hooray..Dodo: Nor do I. (They all take one and make loud sounds of delight. we all won. prizes. Alice: What is a Caucus race? Dodo: The best way to explain it is to do it! Mouse: We shall go down here. Mouse: She is. (The Queen of Hearts enters.. you all look rather small. behind Alice. Dodo: You must call start Alice.) Alice: Oh. Alice: Oh.) Dodo: There s one left for you. hooded. Alice. out there.. prizes. Alice: No I m not. we all get prizes. my dear.
I m a girl. and no w those girls... told by those horrid girls.. an Alice blossom. Alice: Which horrid girls? Hearts: The Red Queen and The White Queen. we are quite rife with them..) Alice: I am not a monstrous crow! Wait. Clubs. Diamonds . Alice: What may I hear? Hearts: Horrid stories. I give them a lovely ki .) White Rabbit: Your majesty! I m sorry you majesty..... Hearts: Who are you? Alice: I m Alice.. Alice: What makes them so horrid? Hearts: More.. Hearts: Why did I think you would. Spades. Hearts: You must be a type of flower.Animals: The Monstrous crow! (They run. I don t know exactly. I m sorry. Alice: I m not a flower. Hearts: Do you know who I am? Alice: No. I ve never heard of an Alice blossom. (White Rabbit enters.. more! They are terribly quarrelsome... How do you do? Hearts: What are you doing in this garden? Alice: I.... Hearts: Quiet fool! Alice: Your majesty? Rabbit: Yes – this is the Queen of hearts! Hearts: You see – so all of the ways around here are mine – in spite of what you may hear. Alice: More Queens? Hearts: Yes... more. Hearts: Speak when you are spoken to! If you aren t a flower – then I didn t put y ou here – so why are you here? Alice: Lost my way...
sort of. Well I suppose I must look for his gloves.. Hearts: Then you may join us at the party later.. Alice: I do apologize... ... I haven t got time to search.. I ve forgotten lost my gloves. Rabbit: Look..... or whatever.. Rabbit: Oh... Hearts: Alice. Well how rude they are.. Rabbit: Goodbye now. do you play croquet? Alice: I can.. Rabbit: Thank you thank you. Rabbit. thank you. Alice: Where. I should ve had their heads when I had the chance. I shall just go on and you can bring them to me.) Alice: Excuse me Mister Rabbit...... how rude. Rabbit: But I need them! Alice: I ll help look.... Alice: Well... what party is it? Rabbit: My goodness.. (Hearts exits. Alice: What party? Wait. Alice: That would be horrid. Alice: Well you could just go. Alice: You re welcome. really.. Hearts: Careful – your hair wants cutting. Alice: Oh... Rabbit: It s just when I m standing so still. Rabbit: At the Garden party. (exits) Alice: Mr.... Rabbit: Oh.ngdom to share – and they play a giants game of Chess all over it..... Alice: Mr. I must catch up with the Queen. you startled me! Alice: I ve been here the whole time. Rabbit..
.... Alice: How do you know I m mad? Cat: If you weren t. I m mad. (Puts on Gloves). Rabbit. Alice: Well I don t want to go among mad people. yes. you know... Alice: That sounds much nicer. Cat: Well. you are an idiot! Hatter: But I can t tell you the day of the month your majesty. Hearts and Hatter enter..... you shall see a frog and a fish arguing. Alice: I don t suppose there s any point in arguing with you. Alice: You re a Cheshire Cat. you re mad. Cat: So will you go to the Tea Party.. but if you go that way. Do I look very much b igger in these? Alice: A little. he put butter in the works! You should never have put butter in the works! White Rabbit: It was the best butter! Hearts: Idiots! . Alice: I want to get somewhere. that depends a great deal on where you intend to get to. Cat: Now we haven t been introduced. Alice: Well.(The Cheshire Cat enters.. you wouldn t be here. Alice: Oh no! Cat: And if you go that way. you can t help it. Cat: In that case welcome to the tea party. you shall get to the tea party.. Cat: Well if you walk for long enough you re sure to get somewhere. Cat: That s right – and you re an Alice. Alice. Hearts: Hatter..) Cat: Looking for these? Alice: Oh.. Which way do I go? Cat: Well. we re all mad here. Cat: They re all quite mad there. Alice: How did you know? Cat: Well you knew I was a Cheshire cat.. I hav’nt been invited.
Hatter: Six o clock. he can disappear in an instant. Alice: A cat may look at a Queen.. Alice: Not at all. she s only a child. Alice. Hearts: Such impertinence.) Hearts. Queen: Well. you may kiss my hand. then.Cat: How do you like the Queen of Hearts. I d like to see you try. allow me to introduce the Cheshire Cat. Hatter: Alice. Hearts: Hmmm. Hearts: And who is this? Alice: This is my friend. Rabbit: Alice. . Are we harmonizing? Alice: Your majesty. (They settle down to tea.. Alice: Goodbye. Your hair wants cutting. Cat. Queen: Alice. Hearts: So rude – off with her head! Rabbit: Consider your majesty.. Cat: I d rather not. Rabbit: Would you like some wine? Alice: I don t see any wine.. Hearts: I don t like the way it looks at me. no room! Alice: Rubbish! There s plenty of room. R and H: No room. Hatter: Here we go... Queen: Either you or your head must be off.. time for tea! Queen: Yes.. Cat: Ha. I think I read it in a book somewhere. Hearts: Off with its head! Rabbit: Shall I fetch the executioner? Alice: It will do you no good... with Alice.. I ll see you later.
Alice. Rabbit: I ll pour. Alice: Oh. Queen: Well hurry up. which is the same thing.. Alice: Oh yes please! Rabbit: Good idea. Hatter: Alice. you might as well say I see what I eat is the same as I eat w hat I see. Alice: I suppose not. Rabbit: You mean you think you can tell us the answer. I can t ever be rude. Alice: Don t you know that it s rude to make personal remarks. Rabbit: It wasn t very civil of you to sit without being invited. Hatter: Not a bit. Rabbit: You might as well say I breathe when I sleep is the same as I sleep when I breathe. Thank you. Alice. Alice: Yes please. I think I can guess that. Hatter: Offer her some tea.. Alice: I was getting to that. Hatty.. Hearts: I am the Queen. Alice.. Alice: Yes. Hatter: Then you should say what you mean! Alice: I do. I mean what I say.. would you like to hear a riddle. Hearts: Your hair wants cutting.Rabbit: There isn t any. . Rabbit: Stand. Rabbit: Would you like tea. Alice: Then it wasn t very civil of you to offer it. I am never rude.. Hatter: Why is a raven like a writing desk? Alice: Oh. Alice: Thank you. Rabbit: Please sit down. at least..
but then I was asked to perform a song at her concert. ma king sure that the Queen s ball always goes through the wicket. off with his head. at ten o clock in the morning. And she bawled . so it’s always six o clock. when you w ere taking a particularly dull lesson in algebra. you could simply ask time to hurry things up and it would be four in the afternoon – high tea time! Ah yes. Rabbit: Go on then.. H&H: He s murdering the time. Alice: Well you might do something better with your time than sit around asking riddles that you don t have answers to. everyone! (An elaborate routine takes place in which the Rabbit runs this way and that..Hearts: You might as well say I like what I get is the same as I get what I like . Imagine if you were friends with time. Hearts: Take care Hatter. Rabbit: Quite! Yes. Hatter: If you knew time like I know time you wouldn t talk about it as if it we re a mere thing. twinkle little bat. Alice: But I haven t finished with my tea! Queen: Off with her head! Hatter: Consider. little bat How I wonder where your at. The Hatter and A . tell us the answer. Like a tea-tray in the sky. tim e for tea! Rabbit: Oh. Twinkle twinkle.. I used to be able t o do things like that often when time and I were friends. Hatter: And ever since Time and I have not spoken. How I wonder where you re at. Hatter: It went like this: Twinkle. I give up – what is the answer? Hatter: I haven’t the slightest idea. come on everyone. I used to be on very good terms with time. she s only a child! Queen: Places. Hatter: It usually is in your case. Up above the world so high. I could make him do whate ver I liked. Time is a man . Alice: No.. yes please! Queen: Enough tea! Time for croquet.
Alice: Indeed! (As the Queen is about to sit. Sometimes. Rabbit provides the m usic... Alice: Enough: I should ve seen the frog and the fish fighting! (Hatter starts a drumroll. Hatter: Tea. Alice and the Hatter react angrily when the Rabbit dodges their b alls to prevent them scoring. Alice or Hatter hold the Rabbit still to allow the oth er to score. Hatter and Alice... (During this. Alice is thrown on to the table and stuffed with tea and cake by t he other three. Hatter: Cake Alice? Alice: No thank you Q and H: Twinkle twinkle little bat. let s give this fine young lady tea! Rabbit: Oh dear.) Hearts: Off with her head! Off with her head! Rabbit: Oh.lice have little success... Alice: Not so much.) Queen: Off with his head! Off with her head! (A duel ensues – this time between Hearts. Hatter: Up above the world so high.. Alice: Enough. Rabbit: Like a tea tray in the sky... Queen: Twinkle... Alice. The Hatter provides musical accompaniment – the william tell overture. All three: How I wonder where your at. Alice. Each time this happens the Queen calmly says Keep your temper. Ali ce laughs. dueling with just the Hatter. This prompts her to c all Off with their head! At a moment of the Queen s anger the Hatter calls: Hatter: Time for tea! Rabbit: Good idea.) Queen: How I wonder where your at. my ears and whiskers. twinkle little bat..) Alice: This is nonsense – let s just have tea! Queen: Tea is it – alright. the Hatter pulls her chair out and she falls. . The Queen is eventually out of breathe. Sometimes the Rabbit misses the Queen s ball.
And you d best remember tha t! . at your request. for the Red Queen. An Invitation from the White Queen.. those horrible girls. the Frog and the Fish. Hatter: Presenting.. Hearts: Off with their heads. Red: Your way? All of the ways around here are mine. Red: What are you doing here? Alice: I ve lost my way. Hearts: Off with his head.. building in intensity – they do this to the point of irritation. Fish: No. Frog: Presenting the Red Queen! (Red Queen enters and frog and fish exit. This continues as.. Frog and Fish continue.. Hearts: Hatter! Hatter: Clean cup move down. Rabbit: Majesty..) Red Queen: Stand up straight! Alice: Good day your majesty.) Alice: Enough! Who are the Red Queen and the White Queen. Red: Who are you? Alice: I m Alice. Frog: Ahh invitation for the Red Queen. Alice: Be quiet! All three: Your hair wants cutting! (The Frog and fish continue. Frog: I see... (Frog and Fish enter) Fish: An invitation from the White Queen to the Red Queen. An invitation for the Red Queen from the White Queen. ears and whiskers! Hatter: More tea. off with his head.Hearts: Off with his head.. from the White Queen. off with their heads! Rabbit: Ears and whiskers.) Hearts: Ahhhhhhhh.. clean cup move down! (The three leave. more tea.
Alice: Well then. in the sixth you shall meet the White Queen. I have seen hills compared to which that is only a valle y.. always say your majesty.. and in the eighth we shall all be Queens together and it will be feasting and fun.. Red: When you say nonsense. Red: Yes. That s nonsense. but so many strange things have happen ed today. in the seven th you will visit the garden of live flowers. Red: Your majesty. . Red: Yes? Alice: And the White Queen? Red: Yes. Red: Why did you come here.Alice: Yes. in the fifth you find wild a forest and one of the Knights will show you the way. but I should like to be Queen even better.. Alice: A great game of chess is being played all over the land. Red: You can be the White Queen s pawn. Alice: A hill can t ever be a valley. Alice: I just wanted to see the garden. You are already in the third square. In the four th square you will meet Tweedledum and TweedleDee.. I have heard nonsense compared to which that is as s ensible as a dictionary.. You catch on quickly. Alice: I should like that. now that makes this look like wilderness. Red: When you say garden. I know her. Alice: I should like to join in.. Red: Speak nicely. It saves time. curstsey while you think.. Red: Well that can be arranged. Red: Don t you mean to say thank you for being so kind as to tell me all of thi s ? Alice: Thank you for being so kind as to tell me all of this. Alice: Does it continue over that hill? Red: When you say hill. I have seen gardens that make this look like a wildern ess. Alice: Yes your majesty. Alice: The Red Queen.
Goodbye. Dum: How do you do? Dee: How do you do? hello . it might be. if you think we re alive. Just then flew by a monstrous crow as big as a tar barrell. The Tweedles enter and she notices them. Dum: And I am TweeddleDum Dee: And I am TweedleDee Alice: TweedleDum and TweedleDee agreed to have a battle For Tweedldum said TweedleDee had spoiled his nice new rattle. (Alice steps forward.Alice: Your majesty. but it isn t so. and shake hands ! They All link. nohow! Dee: Contrawise. it ain t That s logic. you ought to say Both: Hello! Alice: Curiouser and curiouser. but a s it isn t. Dee: Waxworks weren t made to be looked at for free. and if it were so it would be. Dum: I know what you re thinking about. Red: Hmm. Dum: If you think we re waxworks. Alice: I was thinking of asking you the way out of the woods. . Dum: What is you name girl? Dee: Speak! Alice: My name is Alice. if it was so. Who frightened both the heroes so they quite forgot their quarrell.) Alice: Square four. you ought to pay you know. And now you may proceed to square four. Both: that’s logic! Dum: Contrawise. It s so dark. Firs t boy! Dum: Nohow! Alice: Second boy? Dee: Contrawise! Dum: You have started out all wrong! Dee: The first thing you do when you meet someone is say how do.
. Dum: Then battle! I will have satisfaction! Dee: Have this then.) . Alice: You re rather big for a rattle.. Dum: Am not! Dee: We love to play with rattles.. You broke my rattle..Alice: How do you do? Dum and Dee: Wheeeeeeeee! They spin and Alice is thrown over.. I m sorry. Dum: We? Dee: I ve said too much. yes. Dum: Ahhhhhh! Alice: What on earth is it? Dum: My rattle! Dee: Oh. Dee: I am not a wimp.. Dum: Come on then wimp. Dee: Fartypants! Dum: peabrain! Alice: Oh look. I ll battle you! Dum: Ahhh! (They engage). Dum: Come on then. what is that? (A cloaked figure enters. here we go. Dee: Pus face! Dum: Poo head. (Clobbers him). Dee: No. Dum: My rattle is broken... Dum: You did it! Dee: Oh stop being such a cry baby! Dum: You did it. Dee: Yes.....
Sir Knight! Wake up! Red Knight: What. Goodbye. Alice: What is he doing. Hearts: You impertinent. that is the Red Knight. Exits Alice: Sir Knight. Hearts: Did she now. Yes – by all means. It is the Queen of hearts. Hearts: That s no way to speak to a Queen. Hearts: He s a somnambulist – a sleepwalker to you.. (They run ) (The cloaked figure reveals herself. . Alice: Shall I wake him? The Red Queen said that one of the Knights would show m e the way. I imagine. Hearts: I see.. Hearts: Well perhaps I ll see you there. I m the oldest Queen in Wonde rland. Alice: Excuse me. Alice: Well. Alice: I didn t know you were invited. Hearts: Of course.) Alice: You. Goodbye. your majesty. (The Red Knight sleepwalks in. Of course I am invited.) Alice: What is that? Heats: Welcome to Square five. sits and snores.. Red Knight: Aha! A prisoner! Alice: What? Red Knight: You are my prisoner! A White pawn and therefore my prisoner. I shall make my own way. Alice: The Red Queen told me what to do.. I had better get along to the fifth square. huh. what? Alice: You must stop sleeping.Dum and Dee: The monstrous crow! Ahhhhh. Hearts: What are you doing now? Alice: I m going to the eighth square to be a Queen. wake him and hve him show you the way to the sixth square.
He gets up. Alice: Why is there such a strong resemblance? White Knight: Haven t you heard that pets become like their owners? Alice: Oh yes. White Knight: You shall. I suppose so. Alice: Why do you carry a cage on your back. Saving damsels is in a day s work. White Knight: Perhaps that s because I keep the beehives there. he thought it was secure I suppose – and to rebel agains his old Dad. sir. White Knight: Thank you.. Sir Knight. to it! Red Knight: Tally-ho! (They fight. White Knight: Well then. Eventually the Red Knight is apparently slain.) Alice: Thank you. adopted him when he was just a little bunny. . Red Knight: I will not. sir. White Knight: To catch any stray rats that might hide in my pockets! Alice: I don t think they will. White Knight: Until next time. Red Knight: The way to the royal prison! Alice: Oh. (Red Knight exits. or I will run you through. but the Red Queen said that you would show me the way.) White Knight: Halt. Red Knight: Then we must duel..Alice: No. sir.. sir. sir. sir.) Red Knight: Alright then. no.. Red Knight: We shall meet again no doubt. Alice: You look an awful lot like the White Rabbit. sir. White Knight: You ve met my boy then? Alice: He s your son? White Knight: Yes. White Knight: I ll never know why he fell in with that horrid Queen of Hearts. unhand that pawn. White Knight: It was my pleasure. what a horrid trick! (White Knight enters.
Has lasted the rest of my life. Why.. I feared it might injure the brain. I do it again and again. And your hair has become very white. And yet you incessantly stand on your head -Do you think. Alice: He did that. the young man said. as I mentioned before. I prefer healthy debate to despotic dictatorsh ip. Said his father. S pades. as he shook his grey locks. he left off and joined that monstrous crow. which it gave to my jaw. they ve all vanished. and that is enough. when you work for the White Queen. Father William replied to his son.Alice: Why? White Knight: The conversation went something like this: You are old. White: She is lovely. And have grown most uncommonly fat. Yet you finished the goose. the White Queen and the Red Queen are the only others left. how did you manage to do it? In my youth . or I ll kick you downstairs! And after I said that. Yet you balanced an eel on the end of your nose What made you so awfully clever? I have answered three questions. Clubs. said the sage. White Knight: Yes. But. now that I m perfectly sure I have none. and your jaws are too weak For anything tougher than suet.. though hopefully we shall have a break from this constant Chess playing before long. Father William . And argued each case with my wife. at your age. it is right? In my youth . one would hardly suppose That your eye was as steady as ever. I shall send you to meet her in the sixth square. You are old .one shilling the box Allow me to sell you a couple? You are old . I kept all my limbs very supple By the use of this ointment . Diamonds. said the youth. Yet you turned a back-somersault in at the door -Pray. said the youth. said his father. Alice: I should so like to meet you r Queen. with the bones and the beak Pray. You are old . . And the muscular strength. what is the reason of that? In my youth . I took to the law. don t give yourself airs! Do you think I can listen all day to such stuff? Be off. said the youth.
What do you think the Red Queen will wear? I don t want to wear the same thing as her. you told me thirty seconds ago – I don t know it yet. . White Queen enters. fair lady.. you look far too young to be that tired.Alice: Why. White: Doesn t it? Alice: No. there you are... White: Well how am I supposed to know that. And to the coronation. Alice: I am so looking forward to seeing them.. White: Do you think I should have a shawl or a wrap. They may have wilted a little by yesterd ay. not now Mary-Ann. Alice: Excuse me. Alice: I think. White: The coronation has made me so tired. going by the weather. I m Alice. I m here with you. Alice: But I m Alice. Are you going to the coronation? Alice: Of course! White: You shall pass through the garden of live flowers on the way.. White: Can t you. Alice: I can t believe that. Alice: Perhaps I can help you get ready for the coronation. Alice: Excuse me your majesty but I m not Mary-Ann.. White: Ha. try harder. White: I m 101 years old. Alice: That makes no sense at all. White Knight: Farewell. just some jewel lery. thank you. try again. or nothing. how am I ever to get ready without my lady s maid? I shall miss Alice s coronation.. White: Then I ve lost my lady s maid. Alice: Take care sir Knight. White: Oh. I need my shawl – I shall be late for the coronation.. They were l ovely tomorrow. (He exite. Alice: Tired. It makes perfect sense to me.) White: Mary Ann! Mary-Ann! Oh. I wonder what they shall be like today.
(He leaves. I ve done it already. Alice: Hello.) White: AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH. White: There s no point. White: Who is this? Alice: This is the Cheshire Cat.White: Oh you darling. inter misson Red Queen: And I am The Red Queen.. White Queen: And you may call me Your Majesty. Clubs and. Alice here s the Queen s brooch. alice:which one spades. Red Queen: Spades. Alice: What is it? White: When you hand me that brooch I shall stick my finger on the pin.. Cat: How do you like this one? Alice: She s nice.. but much nicer than the other two. Oh. White: Fetch my shawl.) The shawl. would you? Alice: Of course. White: Though we don t speak of her. Cat: Wouldn t miss it! White: Oh goody. Alice: Two more queens? White Queen: There are several here. (She takes it and does so. Cat: (Enters. Diamonds. Cat: I ll leave you ladies to it.. you may call me Your Majesty. White. White: Are you going to the coronation. diamonds. Hearts. a little strange.clubs or hearts white+red: hearts!!” red queen and white queen exit 4 of hearts enter 4ofhearts:alice you must go to the court house and attend the trial alice: but why? curtain closes . Red. I am the White Queen.) See! Alice: Why not scream now.
the judge of hearts white rabbit:first witness enter hatter jeff: take off your hat this instant hatter: it isn’t mine i keep them to sell i have none my own jeff:give me your evidence jeff : do you know anything about this crime hatter : none what so ever jeff write that down it is very important alice: stuff and nonsense jeff: rule number forty-seven no disrespect to the judge alice: stop. you’re nothing but a pack of playing cards curtain closing .curtain opens in a large court house all queens are assembled jeff.
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