Alice in Wonderland, by Lewis Carrol, has really taken off as of late. Alice has been leading children down the rabbit hole since 1865, and Tim Burton's new movie is doing well at the box office, and has received many rav reviews from critics. However, the movie might be a little scary for younger children. But they must not be left out of the Alice craze! This week, the University of Pittsburgh's Rep Theater is putting on "Alice," an exciting, kid-friendly adaptation of the famous tale! Performances start today, March 24 and run through April 3 at the Studio Theater in the basement of the Cathedral of Learning in Oakland. There are matinees available on Saturdays and Sundays, after which the kids can participate in a tea party with the actors from the play! Ticket prices and program information can be found here.