Traditions

Updated: Aug 28, 2021


Is that a white rabbit I see? Tick-Tock the time is drawing nigh. For what, you may ask? The faculty and staff’s rendition of Alice in Wonderland. Meredith College’s faculty and staff’s production of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland is a much-anticipated tradition. The tradition began on March 15, 1924, to entertain the students, and the play has been presented every four years ever since. Part of the thrill of the presentation remains to be the students attempting to identify which professor is frolicking on stage. Fortunately, this January is the time for the next performance, and the rumor is you do not want to miss this show. Students line up for hours to obtain tickets, so do not be late for this important date. Therefore, observe the college announcements for essential communication concerning this beloved event.


By: Barbara Daniel

Image courtesy of The Indian Express

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