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Theater Pick PROJECT: Alice

In this show in progress, the many moments of brilliance compensate for some problems of roughness. When adapting Alice in Wonderland for children, a company must tread lightly over some possibly disturbing material. Not so here. Lewis Carroll has provided a trove of possibilities for a theater troupe, such as Fabulous Monsters, hoping to exploit the story's every possible fragment of perversity. Carroll was actually Charles Dodgson, a shy 19th-century Oxford mathematician, whose only pleasure seemed to be the company of little girls, many of whom posed nude for his photographic hobby. Adapter-director Robert Prior begins with the idea that Dodgson is at the least an odd duck and starts the play with a premise in which he smokes an opiate for the first time and is rushed headlong into his own fantasy world. Transformed into the classic blond-haired Alice in a blue smock, he comes face to face with three mirror images of him-herself. Though pushing beyond the edge of madness, Prior and his actors create their grotesquely funny world in close proximity to the text - making a case for the author's bizarre and distorted mind. Prior's extreme sense of the weird is scrupulously represented by his committed ensemble and Prior's terrific costume/set designs. The whole piece is made even richer through the work of keyboardist-vocalist Cynthia Haagens and percussionist Eric Potter, who create wonder with Indira Stefanianna's original score. Glaxa Studios, 3707 Sunset Blvd., Silver Lake; Wed., 8 p.m.; Sun., 4 p.m.; thru May 4. (213) 857-7512.
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