CDP presents Tall Stories' magical musical adaptation of
Based on the award-winning picture book by Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler
Published by Macmillan children's books
If you loved The Gruffalo, don't miss the sequel - The Gruffalo's Child. Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's bestselling book has once again been adapted for the stage by London's Award Winning Tall Stories Theatre Company (the team behind The Gruffalo), and produced in Australia and New Zealand by CDP.
One wild and windy night the Gruffalo's child ignores her father's warning and tiptoes out into the snow. After all, the Big Bad Mouse doesn't really exist, does he?
Songs, laughs and scary fun for children aged 4 and up, and their adults…
Age recommendation: 4 & up, and their adults
Duration: 55mins, no interval
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Chandel graduated from NIDA in 2009. Theatre and vocal credits include: Songs for a New World (NIDA), Lots in space (NIDA), Wild Aussies (Promotechnics) CATS (Opera Hunter). She was awarded best actor for her work in the Hunter Shakespeare festival (2006) and was also awarded the Energy Australia performance scholarship (2008). Chandel has worked extensively with Tall Stories and CDP Theatre Producers, including previous touring productions of both The Gruffalo and The Gruffaloʼs Child.
Andreas Lohmeyer graduated from WAAPA in 2013 and is passionate about all things performance. Whilst at WAPPA, Andreas performed in The Swell Party directed by Chris Edmund which included an international tour of the production to Dublin, Easy Virtue directed by Jason Langley, Love and Money directed by Matthew Dunster, Hamlet directed by John Sheedy, The Man of Mode directed by Rachel McDonald, Enron directed by Michael McCall, Julius Caesar directed by Chris Edmund, This Old Man Comes Rolling Home directed by Chris Edmund and The Improved directed by Will O'Mahony. Andreas is excited to be working with CDP Theatre Producers on his first children's theatre experience.
One of Australia's most exciting and talented young actors, Jess Vickers is best known for her role in the well-received 2013 short film #30. For her role as Chelsea, she was nominated for Best Actor in the 2013 Manhattan Short Film Festival. Jessica graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 2014. Her theatre credits include a variety of productions with NIDA including Sunday In The Park With George (2012), Kasimir & Karoline (2013), Woyzeck (2013), In A Pink Tu Tu (2013), The False Servent (2014) and The Light In The Piazza (2014) directed by Rodger Hodgeman.
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Time Out, UK
A Teacher Resource Kit is available to assist schools integrate a visit to see The Gruffalo's Child into classroom programs. The Teacher Resource Kit includes relevant links to the Australian curriculum and comprehensive suggestions on differentiating the activities for students of all needs and abilities. Schools who have confirmed bookings can download the Teachers Resource Kit by entering the password below.
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