Bella Thorne to Be the Voice of Alice in Wonderland Statue in NYC's Central Park
Tue, 06 Jan 2015 07:33:28
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Alice has found her voice!
The lovely and talented ginger, singer and actress Bella Thorne will be the voice of the Alice in Wonderland Statue, one of the featured large-scale puppets that appears in the Central Park scene in the highly-anticipated New York Spring Spectacular.
The New York Spring Spectacular, presented by Chase, at Radio City Music Hall, will debut in March 2015 and is jointly produced by Madison Square Garden Entertainment and Weinstein Live Entertainment. The limited seven-week engagement begins previews on March 12, 2015 and runs through May 3, 2015. Tickets on sale now at rockettes.com.
"I couldn't believe when I got the call to voice Alice in Wonderland," enthused Thorne. "She's one of the most memorable characters in literature, and of course is a statue that I love to visit when I'm in Central Park in New York City. Voicing this character in New York Spring Spectacular is not like anything I've done before and a show unlike anything I've ever seen before!"
In New York Spring Spectacular, the Alice in Wonderland statue magically comes to life when the cast visits Central Park during their thrilling adventure in New York City. The Alice in Wonderland statue is a large-scale puppet controlled by three puppeteers that are hidden behind the giant mushroom that she is sitting on, and Bella Thorne's voice brings the puppet to life.
The scene is coupled with state-of-the-art digital projections that will bring audiences to Central Park without ever having to leave their seats. Thorne will be joining an all-star cast in New York Spring Spectacular including Tony winning-actress Laura Benanti starring as the female lead, Jenna, Whoopi Goldberg voicing the Statue of Liberty, with celebrity cameos by Carmelo Anthony, Donald Trump, Martha Stewart and Henrik Lundqvist.
Will you check out the New York Spring Spectacular? Looking forward to the event will get native New Yorkers and the city's many tourists through the miserable, bitter cold polar vortex!