Alicia and the Wiz: THEATER REVIEW: 'Wonder Tierra' combines the best of Lewis Carroll, Oz.

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From: Dallas Morning News (Dallas, TX)
Date: 20070917

Byline: Lawson Taitte

Sep. 17--You could hardly ask for a better way to spend Mexican independence day than watching Alicia in Wonder Tierra.

Cara Mia Theatre Company is performing this family show by Silvia Gonzalez S., appropriately enough, at the Rosewood Center for Family Arts (the home of Dallas Children's Theater). It's all about understanding -- and loving -- one's cultural roots.

Alicia in Wonder Tierra, as the name suggests, is a loose adaptation of Lewis Carroll's two Alice books -- but it also owes at least as much to The Wizard of Oz. Alicia, an adolescent ...

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