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Alice in Wonderland by L'Arietta Singapore

I am so proud to be part of the team of Alice in Wonderland by L'arietta Production in Singapore. 2018 March 29-April 1st, Aliwal Arts Centre

The 75 minute operatic adaptation welcomed you to a magical garden, filled with nostalgic toys and modern twists. And a spectacle for the whole family because kids and kids at heart can enjoy a carnival as well as the opera! 

 Alice meeting the caterpillar

Alice meeting the caterpillar

L’arietta Productions, the local chamber opera company that brought you Purgatory for Halloween takes a colourful turn for Lewis Carroll’s classic, Alice in Wonderland in the second half of “Season of Literary Works”. Composed by Robert Chauls and premiered in 1978, it was the second most performed American opera in the United States during the 1981-82 season. L’arietta will give this beloved opera its Southeast Asian Premiere.

 360 pic during the finale representation...

360 pic during the finale representation...

Celebrate the child in us all with your loved ones, and be surprised by how fun an opera can be! The show features opera veterans Akiko Otao, Leslie Tay, Brent Allcock, as well as fresh faces to the Singapore opera scene. The production welcomes collaborations with award-winning video artist Pandora Wong. I had the chance to colaborate directly with Namiko Takahashi Chan as she reveals an entire line of hand-painted costumes.

 Our color map 

Our color map 

 The Griphon's hairddress...Finale touch

The Griphon's hairddress...Finale touch

 The Queens of Heart 's crown in progress...

The Queens of Heart 's crown in progress...

 Last minute creation for the Mad Hatter

Last minute creation for the Mad Hatter

ABOUT L'Arietta: Incorporated in 2015, L’arietta Productions produces high quality bite-sized operas in English that are cozy, entertaining, and relevant. Collaborating with award winning artists such as Namiko Chan, Wan Xiang Lee, Chen Zhangyi, and Aaron Lee; Straits Times regards L’arietta’s approach “vital in conveying the message that modern opera could be unstuffy, accessible and even fun.”

 the Awesome troup of l'Arietta Singapore

the Awesome troup of l'Arietta Singapore