In Lewis Carroll's fantasy world, nonsense seems as meaningful as the words in a whole dictionary. And who can even say what nonsense is? If we follow Alice in her journey in Through the Looking Glass, we will be convinced that the more interesting world is the world of the fantasy. And sometimes seeming nonsense is one step closer to the invention. But is that so? "If so, it could be, if not - then it is not." This is the logic of the Through the Looking Glass. And which side of the mirror are we on?
“Twas brillig and the slithy toves
Did Gyre and gimble in the wabe
All mimsy were the borogoves
And the momeraths outgrabe”
Alice!.... And it all starts over.

For children above the age of 5.

Musical adapted from the novel by Lewis Carroll
Book & Lyrics by Chris Blackwood
Music by Piers Chater Robinson
A Production by Arrangement with  International Theatre and Music Limited
Translation by Kancho Kozhuharov
Lyrics translation by Tsvetomira Tsoneva
Directed by Biserka Kolevska
Scenography by Svila Velichkova
Choreography by Tatyana Sokolova
Musical pedagogue  by Ivan Krastev
4 Rooms Recording Studio
Video mapping by Todor Todorov

Balena Landzheva, Boyan Stoyanov, Valentin  Mitev  – juniour, Vera Stoykova, Galin Ginev, Daniel Dobrev, Diana Tsolevska, Evgeniya Vasileva, Krasimir Dobrev, Maria Tomova, Teodor Hristov, Stoyan Stoyanov