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June 29, 30 and July 1 at 7:30 PM,

   and July 2 at 2:30 PM

Tickets On Sale: June 1, 2023

Tickets can also be purchased by calling the Performing Arts Center of Rapid City Box Office

between the hours of 12:00 - 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday: 605.394.1786 

Purchase in person at the Box Office located on the back side of the building on South Street 

at the Performing Arts Center of Rapid City

located at 601 Columbus Street between the hours of 12:00 - 5:00 PM., Monday - Friday.

 As Alice drifts to sleep she finds herself inside of the very book she was reading.  A White Rabbit unintentionally leads her through a land full of talking beasts that all follow nonsensical rules and  curious social etiquette in service to a tyrannical Queen. While encountering unusual creatures such as: Rocking Horse Flies, Elephant Bees, Borogrove Birds, Bread-and-Butterflies, and even croquet playing Flamingos and Hedgehogs, Alice learns some lessons about growing up.  This all-ability theatrical adventure will take you into the pages of a book; blending together multiple theatrical languages: contemporary dance, spoke word, ASL, and puppetry in a unique production crafted from actual book pages. 

Written by Lewis Carroll, Adapted, Directed, and Designed by Heather Pickering,

Composed by Andrew Grace, and Choreographed by Sara Olivier.

Alice’s Adventures Cast


Lewis/Hatter:  Henry Olivier

Alice: Megan Jones

Small Alice: Erabella Fitzgerald

Alice  Understudies: Lucy Pangares and Magdalena Mutchler 

Alice (Small) Understudy: Magdalena Mutchler

Through the Rabbit Hole

White Rabbit:  Tyler Brink

Roots in the Rabbit Hole:

            Dena Frantz

            Eliana Rose DeLeon

             Katie Hoeke

            Abbey Pangares

A Hallway of Doors

Table: Maeve Ewing


            Brooklyn Ewing

            Dena Frantz

            Katie Hoeke

            Gabriella Pike


            Ever Croteau

            Tricia Hoeke

            Magdalena Mutchler

            Alice Painter

            Dabian Spotted Elk


            Catherine Mutchler

            Katelinn Ohrtman

            Abbey Pangares

Mouse: Jill Holien

Dodo:  Andrew Jones

Owl:  Kevin Carpenter

Duck:  Linda Carpenter  

Wonderland’s Garden

Rose: Rachel Grant

Lily:  Lucy Pangares

Daisy:  Jackie Schofield

Elephant Bees: 

             Ever Croteau

             Magdalena Mutchler

             Alice Painter

Bread & Butterfly:  Ella Swanson


            Maeve Ewing

            Catherine Mutchler

            Katelinn Ohrtman

            Abbey Pangares

Caterpillar:  Shad Bebout  

In the Tulgey Woods

Tweedle Dee: Tyler Engel

Tweedle Dum: David Tanner


          Bob Lew  

          Clarence Leach

           Dabian Spotted Elk

Rocking Horse Flies: 

            Justin Bruns with Katelinn Ohrtman

            Jorgia Steenberg with Amanda Todd

Borogove Birds Flock: Katie Hoeke, Eliana Rose DeLeon, Gabrielle Pike

Mama Borogove: Tricia Hoeke

Cheshire Cat:  Emmalyn Brant

A Tea Party

March Hare:  Lucy Pangares

Dormouse: Brooklyn Ewing

In the Queens Garden


           David Drolc

           Dena Frantz

           Katie Hoeke

          Derek Nieland

A Croquet Party

Royal Trumpeter:  Joshua Boll

Guards:  Tyler Engel

                Autumn Ohrtman (Field Marshal) 

                David Tanner

Hedgehogs:  Ever Croteau and Magdalena Mutchler

Queen of Hearts: Devorah Phelps

King of Hearts:  Michael Leithauser 

Executioner:  Dean Baker

Exploring the human endeavor
     Flutter In the News
August 2, 2017

Flutter Productions received a Creating Humanities Communities Challenge Grant from the National Endowment for the  Humanities.  Flutter  Productions , in partnership with the University of South Dakota School of Medicine will hold performances and  facilitated discussions that probe the history and culture of people with disabilities through the disciplinary lens
of disability studies. 

The National Endowment for the Humanities interprets the past, engages the present, and informs the future.
We are the stories, ideas, and words that help us make sense of our lives and our world. We’re engaging people we’ve never met, visiting new places, and discovering ideas that have never crossed our minds. By connecting with ourselves and with others, we are exploring the human endeavor. To read the full press release visit:

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