Alice's Adventures in Wonderland DVD (The Royal Ballet)


  • The original cast recording of Christopher Wheeldon's spectacular Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Although it stars Lauren Cuthbertson as Alice and Sergei Polunin as the lovelorn Knave, no-one can forget Zenaida Yanowsky's show-stopping Queen of Hearts or Steven McRae's tap-dancing Mad Hatter. Captivating designs by Bob Crowley, an engaging and passionate score by Joby Talbot, and Wheeldon's breathtaking choreography combine to produce one of The Royal Ballet's most popular ballets.

    Also available on Blu-ray and as part of a DVD box-set for children

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    Alice: Lauren Cuthbertson
    Jack/The Knave of Hearts: Sergei Polunin
    Lewis Carroll/The White Rabbit: Edward Watson
    Mother/The Queen of Hearts: Zenaida Yanowsky
    Mad Hatter: Steven McRae
    Rajah/The Caterpillar: Eric Underwood
    The Duchess: Simon Russell Beale
    Artists of the Royal Ballet

    Orchestra of The Royal Opera House
    Conductor: Barry Wordsworth
    Music: Joby Talbot
    Choreography: Christopher Wheeldon
    Designs: Bob Crowley
    Scenario: Nicolas Wright
    Lighting Design: Natasha Katz

    Documentary: Being Alice; Cast Gallery

    Picture: 16:9
    Sound: LPCM 2.0 / DTS 5.1 (5.0)
    Format: NTSC
    Region code: 0 (worldwide) 
    Duration: 120 mins
    Subtitles: EN/FR/DE/ES
    Year: 2011

  • "[Wheeldon] and his team have created an Alice whose wit, speed and invention have lifted the whole story ballet genre into the 21st century." The Guardian

    "... a brilliantly theatrical, superbly designed (by Bob Crowley) extravaganza of color and costume, madcap action and fluent dance" New York Times

    "spectacular family entertainment brought to life with enormous theatrical verve." The Times

    "Wheeldon's casting of Cuthbertson... is inspired. With her hairband, willowy line and airy English style, she inhabits the role from the first." The Observer

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