Backstage in “Wonderland” With Edward Staudenmayer by Kevin M. Thomas

Ed Staudenmayer as The White Rabbit

Ed Staudenmayer as The White Rabbit

The new Broadway musical “Wonderland” will be opening soon and is doing very well in previews.
Progressive Pulse sat down with Edward Staudenmayer in his dressing room right before a performance and he even let us touch his tail…oh, he plays the White Rabbit in the show so it was all innocent.
Ed shows his great comic timing in “Wonderland” and even conjures up thoughts of Bugs Bunny and Paul Lynde in this new show that takes an adult spin on the “Alice in Wonderland” story.
The multi-talented Staudenmayer seemed at ease in our conversation – but we didn’t dare ask why he doesn’t

Edward Staudenmayer

Edward Staudenmayer

have a solo song in the show considering he has an amazing voice.

But we did talk about his long history with the off-Broadway show “Forbidden Broadway” and why so many people think of Frank Wildhorn, the composer of “Wonderland,” as the American Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Click on the link below and get a true backstage view of “Wonderland.”
“Wonderland” is presently in previews and opens at the Marquis Theatre in New York on April 17. Learn more at www.wonderlandonbroadway.com.