Janie Sherman, Kingsport Times-News, TN, 8 Aug 1965, p. 17.
recital 4 at My- Alice Invites Kids To Mad Hatter Tea Party Kingsport Children's Theatre Theatre will stage ils final production production of the summer, an adaptation adaptation of "Alice in Wonderland," Wonderland," Thursday and Friday nights- and Saturday afternoon at Civic Auditorium. The musical will be presented presented at Civic Auditorium Thursday Thursday and Friday at S and Saturday Saturday at 2. A novel feature of the musical musical adventure will be an audience audience participation Mad Hatter's Hatter's tea party in which children children will be invited to sit in on the itaged tea party. In addition to the party invitation invitation number, (here are eight other musical numbers in the show. Cast for the show includes: Betsy Powers and Janie Sherman, Alice; Renee Gollehon, Gollehon, Alice as a little girl; J. B. Ffcenor, White Rabbit; John Bryant, Caterpillar; Susan Susan FiiEer, Kalhy DeNobriga, Susan Atkinson and Cecils Johnson, flowers; Susan Hale, Cheshire Cat; Molly Wankel, Frogman; Patty Freehoff, Duchess; India Moore and Barbara Howe, Twetdle Dum and Tweedle DeÂ«; Buddy Brooks, Mad Hatier; Andrea Fuller, March Hare; Debbie Austin, Dormouse; Susan Fuller, Fuller, Kathy DeNobriga, Susan Atkinson, Cetile Johnson, Carol Johnson, Paul Hensley and Rebecca Golden, cards; Joan BametJe, Queen; Kevin Cox, King; and Johnny Mac Williams, Knave. The Chiidren'i Theatre, a profit-sharing v e n t u young adults and teen-agers under the direction of Joan Hensley and Marge Clark, is a division of the Kingsport Recreation Department with the Cosmopolitan Kiwanis Club serving as an advising group. y PaintDecorating Center *Â£Â·Â£Â¥$Â·Â·$; ~-i,1,:'.! i .:".Â·'.. Â· ,'j. - . - Â· * . -- ,,. , : , Â· ;t PAINT