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'We're all mad here...'
Alice, played by Ragen Simmons, far right, meets Humpty Dumpty, played by Caroline Durden, during a scene from Statesboro High's production of "Alice in Wonderland."

Under the direction of drama teacher Eddie Frazier, Statesboro High School Fine Arts Department students presented a production of "Alice in Wonderland" October 8-11. The classic Lewis Carroll story featured portrayals of the Mad Hatter, Humpty Dumpty and the Queen of Hearts, as well as Alice herself.

With limited seating, the production starred two casts.

The Mad Hatter, portrayed by Helen Piltner, right, pleads for mercy before the King and Queen of Hearts, played by Brian White and Ceci Smith.
Riley Callaway's Cheshire Cat is introduced to Alice.
The Caterpillar, portrayed by Kellen Madigan, engages in some quizzical conversation with Alice.
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Director Eddie Frazier, center, helps Brian White, left, get into costume as the King of Hearts before a dress rehearsal.
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