The project was made possible after three months of working together with artists from the Theatre of Vietnam, the Pacific Ocean Partners (POP) Group and the Australian Institute of Music.
According to Meritorious Artist Nguyen Xuan Bac, Director of the Theatre of Vietnam, the project aims to entertain the Vietnamese audience with a mesmerising musical party, thus bringing the music closer to the public.
It also sought to nurture and develop young Vietnamese musical talents, he added.
‘Alice in Wonderland’ is a world-famous novel for children by British author Lewis Carroll. Published in 1886, it has been translated into many languages and has been adapted to many art genres, including cinema, performing arts, and cartoons.
The stage version adaption in Vietnam was produced by a team of young people, including 21-year-old director Le Dieu My, musician Tran Quang Duy, and 16-year-old choreographer Le Minh Anh.
It brought together artists from both Vietnam and Australia, who share a common passion for the art.