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  Alice, a play that was student directed by seniors Mark Moore and Natalie Wykle, took a modern spin on the classic tale of Alice in Wonderland—instead of Alice falling down the rabbit hole due to chasing her kitten, she falls into wonderland because she was texting on her phone. The story line displays what it would be like if Alice had brought technology into Wonderland with her. The flowers wear earbuds and the Mad Hatter’s teapot is a phone.

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