Curiouser and curiouser. That's the kind of world Lewis Carroll created when he wrote his two 19th-century classics “Alice's Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking-Glass,” and it's a world that has intrigued and inspired visual and performing artists ever since. Ballet Nebraska's latest interpretation charmed its audience Friday at a packed IWCC Arts Center in Council Bluffs.
The production's guest choreographer was Kennet Oberly, who has often used fairy tales as points of inspiration. He created a whimsical ballet that includes all the major scenes and important characters from both books.