This play is an adaptation of Susan Sontag's play, Alice in Bed to issue the playwright's concern at gender and sex suppression in21st century. The play does not so much analyze Alice James' the maddening brilliance in relation to her depression and invalidism. Drawing attention on her relationship to her father and brothers (Henry James and William James), Alice's illness is a metaphor that mirrors the intimidating and stifling social/cultural issue in the male-dominating community. This play also appropriates Alice's Adventures in Wonderland to dramatize Alice James' imaginary tea party with famous feminists (e.g., Margaret Fuller, Emily Dickinson, etc.) in the nineteenth century to stage conversations and query about women's social role and status.