ALICE: END OF DAZE is a dark adaptation of Lewis Carroll's "Through the Looking Glass" featuring live music, real-time video projection, puppetry and masks. ALICE: END OF DAZE explores the nature of time and visual perception. Alice finds herself in a fast-paced world, venturing into places where past, present and future seemingly coexist. This surreal musical fantasy was conceived by director Beth Skinner and composer Edward Herbst, video and lighting design by Paul Clay with additional video by Nico Herbst, scenic design by Jun Maeda, mask and puppet design by WindRose Morris and costume design by Mari Andrejco. Performed by Mari Andrejco, Sara Bragdon, Emma Dweck, Edward Herbst and WindRose Morris with video operator Chang-Jin Lee.