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Seamlessly blending illusion, acrobatics, magic, and whimsy, Momix sends audiences flying down the rabbit hole in Moses Pendleton’s newest creation, Alice, inspired by Lewis Carroll’s classic Alice in Wonderland. Join this dazzling company on a mind-bending adventure, as Alice encounters time-honored characters including the undulating Caterpillar, a lobster quadrille, frenzied White Rabbits, a mad Queen of Hearts, and a variety of other surprises. Filled with visual splendor and startling creative movement, Alice reveals that nothing in Momix’s world is as it seems!

Running Time: 110 minutes with one intermission

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Family Art and Imagination Workshop
(Re)imagining Art
Led by Aubrey Felty, Emerging Arts Professional for Education and Engagement
6:15pm on Level 6 of Bass Concert Hall
Get ready for Momix by reimagining how we interpret art onstage, in museums, and in everyday life. In this workshop, participants will take a closer look at art in a new light and will use their imaginations to transform an everyday object into something new, much like the performers in Momix: Alice. Good for all ages.
Free to Ticket-holders

Join us for a post-performance discussion
Immediately following the performance
Audience members are invited to stay and talk with members of the company
For Ticket-holders Only

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Supported, in part, by the Topfer Endowment for Performing Arts Production and the Z. T. Scott Family Endowment for the Performing Arts.

Media Sponsor: Austin PBS  // KUT-FM // Do512 Family

MOMIX’s Alice fills the stage with a marvelously dizzying flow of physical activities and illusions amid expansive, artful projections

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