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      Curtain opens this Friday for Alice in Wonderland

      Itâ??s the classic story of a young girl who gets lost, goes on adventures, and meets interesting characters. This weekend, the story will be told again by the West End Players who have reached the end of their rehearsals of â??Alice in Wonderlandâ??. Isaac Serbinski plays the King of Hearts and said he's excited to get into character.

      â??Well, he has lots of funny lines, lots of things you can play around with, have fun with, and I think this will be a really fun play for everyone who is in it,â?? said Serbinski.

      And when you see three different Alices this weekend, fear not; thereâ??s a special reason for the duplicity.

      â??Because they have to shrink and grow,â?? said Ellie Holroyd, who plays Alice. â??She drinks a bottle and she grows taller, and she eats a cookie and grows smaller.â??

      It may seem a bit confusing, but if you've seen the Disney adaptation of the story, it wonâ??t be difficult to follow along. The cast members have been perfecting their parts and are looking forward to showing their love of theatre.

      â??Iâ??m excited for all the friends to come and see, and the family; we worked really hard on it,â?? said Amanda Kleiman, another â??Aliceâ??.

      â??Itâ??s just something I keep coming back to, I guess,â?? Serbinski said. â??But it is fun just getting to see people, you know, every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, to hang out and just have fun.â??

      Showtimes at the Windsor Center:

      Friday, December 13 at 7 p.m.

      Saturday, December 14 at 7 p.m.

      Sunday, December 15 at 2 p.m.

      Tickets can be purchased at the door or at the Iron County Chamber of Commerce. Tickets are $6.00, and children three and under are free.