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ACT 3 International Presents The R...
Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia’s elegant new show, The Rainbow Fish, will include an original stage adaptation of Marcus Pfister’s colourful story as well as two of his companion tales, Rainbow Fish Discovers the Deep Sea and Opposites.An Asian Premiere, the Rainbow Fish will enchant even the youngest child with his silver scales and heart of gold in this award-winning book about the beautiful fish who learned to share his most prized possession. Using the magic of black light, Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia will bring The Rainbow Fish to life with their amazing puppetry skills.The first of three tales introduces the most beautiful fish in the sea, whose scales shimmer in all the colours of the rainbow. He is admired and resented by the entire underwater world, until a clever octopus advises him to give each fish one of his scales.Further adventures follow as The Rainbow Fish finds the courage to explore the great unknown deep sea, discovering a new world with wonderful sights and friendly creatures of all shapes, sizes and colours who are eager to make his acquaintance. The underworld wonderland is the setting for an introduction to the concept of opposites.As a fitting finale, the story ends with the most satisfying opposite of all - give and take - as Rainbow Fish shares one of his shining scales with a friend.
ANDY GRIFFITHS' THE 13-STOREY TREEH...
Please welcome to the stage…. Andy and Terry!Based on the No. 1 international bestseller and multi-award winning book series by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton, The 13-Storey Treehouse is coming to the stage! And you’re invited!Who wouldn't want to live in a tree house? Especially a 13-Story Treehouse that has everything; a bowling alley, a secret underground laboratory, and self-making beds, for starters! Andy and Terry live there, make stories together, and have a series of completely silly adventures…There's just one problem. They forgot to write the play! And where will they find flying cats, a mermaid, a sea monster, an invasion of monkeys, and a giant gorilla? The 13-Storey Treehouse: Live on Stage has taken the world by storm, with sold out seasons in Australia, USA, The Netherlands, and New Zealand. It will be brought to life in Singapore for children 6+ and their families by a seriously funny cast with magical moments of theatrical wizardry and a truckload of imagination!“My eight year old co-reviewer loved the show… has the kids engaged and amused from the outset.” The Australian“Wow!…goes to the edge of the ridiculous to get a laugh.” Sydney Morning HeraldRunning time is approximately 60 minutes with no interval.School performances are available during weekdays.Please call 9657 6651 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your school tickets now. This programme is eligible under the Tote Board Arts Grant subsidy.
Always Question. Always WonderJoin us for a brand-new theatre experience by Singapore Repertory Theatre, where audiences roam KidsSTOP™ at Science Centre Singapore, to be immersed in unforgettable STEM learning experience.Madame Curie, the KidsSTOP™ Cat, has been 'catnapped' by the grouchy inventor Dr FeelBad, whose mission is to make everyone feel bad, always. Recruited by the familiar KidsSTOP™ mascots, Jo and Win, join the adventure, spurred on by Madame Curie’s advice to "Always question. Always wonder”. Venturing by rocket, train and even dinosaur, they set on a rescue mission to bring Madame Curie home and get to the bottom of why Dr FeelBad feels so bad. Audiences are immersed in this performance by wearing headsets as they walk about from scene to scene guided by actors. Experience a story that helps children (and adults) understand emotions and get hands on with science experiments in the Splashes of Emotions workshop which takes place after the performance. The workshop explores different mystery liquids and colours and the emotions they represent.
Concerts for Children: Emily Saves ...
A clever 10-year-old needs the audience to help outsmart the horrible monster, Cacopholous, who is scheming to silence music forever. In this mesmerising children's concert, drama, dance, dazzling masks and costumes are woven together with orchestral music in a story about bravery and hope. Audiences across the globe have fallen in love with this production which features excerpts from some of history's most beloved pieces, including Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, The Nutcracker and the William Tell Overture.Joshua Tan, conductorPlatypus TheatreYou may also like:Peter and the Wolf in HollywoodJourney Around the WorldVCHpresents Organ: The Composer and the Mouse
Concerts for Children: Journey Arou...
Join conductor and host Jessica Gethin on a Journey Around the World with the orchestra. As the audience, you will explore soundscapes of music from across the globe. Who knows what will come first! This interactive show celebrates the beauty of cultural diversity, uniting people through the language of music.Jessica Gethin, conductorYou may also like:Peter and the Wolf in HollywoodEmily Saves the Orchestra
Concerts for Children: Peter and th...
Peter and the Wolf in Hollywood is a refreshing retelling of the classic children’s musical tale by Prokofiev, transported to modern-day Los Angeles - and now at the Esplanade with a big screen! It all begins when the wolf escapes from the zoo, in a prequel unique to this version. Peter is soon swept up in an exciting adventure involving a giant robot, a whirlwind helicopter chase, and of course, the hunt for the wolf!Joshua Tan, conductorYou may also like:Emily Saves the OrchestraJourney Around the WorldVCHpresents Organ: The Composer and the Mouse
Dance Appreciation Series 2019 Int...
An exciting and educational ballet series created just for children!As a lead up to Singapore Dance Theatre’s 2019 year-end production of Swan Lake, we have condensed this classic ballet into an hour-long special for young audiences!Don’t miss this enchanting and romantic ballet that is a sensational, timeless classic. Swan Lake beckons you into a realm of secrecy and seduction. Captivating you from the moment the curtains are lifted, this is a bewitching story of undying love, a cruel twist of fate, and the promise of devotion.Told through narration and dance excerpts, Introduction to Swan Lake is a ballet for the young ones. Join us and learn more about the enthralling world of dance and ballet. There will also be a meet-and greet-session with the cast after the performance, so come dressed in your favourite costumes!
Little Music Explorer
“Come, be a Little Music Explorer for a day and join us on a musical journey as the MacPherson Philharmonic Orchestra (MPPO) takes you on an adventure of explorations.Ever wonder what instruments make up the orchestra? Ever thought about how music make us feel happy, excited, or even sad? Let our Captain bring you on an adventure to explore these instruments! Be enchanted by the melodious strings, captivated by the beautiful sound of the woodwinds, feel the pulses from the percussions and let the brasses welcome you with a fanfare!Who knows we might be able to catch a Pikachu and invite him conduct the orchestra!Get your gears ready! We are setting off on Sunday, 13 October 2019, so get your tickets today!”
Octoburst! 2019 A Ladder to the S...
Way up in the deep blue night sky, a twinkling star hears a little girl's birthday wish . . . she wishes she could dance with the stars. Wanting to make this wish come true, the star tells the moon, the moon tells the sun, the sun tells the wind and the rain, and together they dream up a wonderful plan. Told through a magical mix of music, light and imagination, this is a heartfelt and humorous story of what can happen when the universe hears your dreams. "Expertly choreographed and eloquently told." - Press & Journal "A gift of a show for wee ones." - The Herald "Magical, engaging with plenty of laughs." - The Evening TimesCreative CreditsDougie Irvine - DirectorBecky Minto - Set DesignDaniel Padden - Sound DesignGrahame Gardner - Lighting DesignAmy Mcgregor - PerformerRick Conte - PerformerCamilla O’Neill - Stage and Production ManagerA Ladder to the Stars was written by Simon Puttock and adapted for the stage by Dougie Irvine.A Ladder to the Stars was originally produced by Visible Fictions and Aberdeen Performing Arts. About Visible FictionsVisible Fictions have been producing creative experiences for young people since 1991. They are award winners, recognised both nationally and internationally as leaders this field. The company have toured work all over the world from the Sydney Opera House to Broadway. They believe theatre can happen anywhere and as a result have performed work on bikes, in schools, on boats and in parks, always aiming to challenge and excite young audiences and the communities in which they live.Visible Fictions move with the times and are always looking to develop their audiences. Because of this they have a healthy online following and produce work especially for this audience. The company are committed to making accessible work, ensuring that all members of the community can take part in the art they create.
Octoburst! 2019 Cerita Anak (Chil...
Cerita Anak (Child's Story) takes children and their adults on a sea journey never to be forgotten. Climb aboard and be rocked and rolled across a strange ocean, dive to the bottom of the sea, hear stories in the wind and in the currents of the water, and face great danger before coming to safe harbour.Cerita Anak (Child's Story) draws its inspiration from the seafaring history in Java and the true tale of arrival in Australia told by a small boy. Combining puppetry, song, shadow imagery and sound, the show bustles with all the life of the ocean. Audience members, both young and old, will be transported by this exquisite adventure, created by Australia’s Polyglot Theatre and Indonesia’s Papermoon Puppet Theatre.TWO DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES FOR THE AUDIENCECerita Anak (Child's Story) is designed for children and their adults.This unique work offers an audience experience from two perspectives:The inner audience (Passenger) is made up of child and adult pairs who enter the boat as passengers and fully participate in the work. The outer audience (Villager) is made up of other family members and older children. They are seated in a typical theatre seating arrangement and watch the work as a piece of theatre.These two perspectives offer very different understandings of the work.The Passenger is immersed in the story and goes through a sensory and physical experience of the journey. The Villager has an experience that is more meditative, with the ability to see the bigger picture and to see the story unfold from the outside. CreditsEsplanade presents Cerita Anak (Child's Story) by Polyglot Theatre and Papermoon Puppet Theatre. This tour is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. Polyglot Theatre is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria and the City of Melbourne.
Octoburst! 2019 Tailor Made by ...
On a morning just like any other, a little tailor gets a note. It reads: “Your mission is to sew a coat by midnight. The size does not matter, but it must fit perfectly…”At precisely midnight the tailor completes his mission, but then…Where is the sewing machine running off to? Why are the scissors wearing a skirt? What has the thimble turned into?Come join in the magical adventure of the tailor.A play with minimal dialogue, puppetry, unexpected objects, colourful textiles and music.Awards* Interdisciplinary Play of the Year and Puppet & Prop Design Award in the AssitejIsrael prize competition for children’s theater 2014* Best performance for children, The IVth World Puppet Carnival, Almaty, Kazakhstan 2015Creative TeamCreated by Ornan BraierAdaptation, design, music and manipulation: Ornan BraierArtistic supervision: Marit Ben-IsraelCostume and fabric design: Vali MintziPuppet design: Sharon Silver-MerrettLighting design: Shahar MaromMechanical constructions: Shaul Mograbi-Berger, Ornan BraierCover Illustration: Batia KoltonSupported by the Embassy of Israel in Singapore.
PLAYtime! 2019 Us
Discover courage, empathy and kindness as your kids navigate life’s big firsts with PLAYtime! 2019!Making friends, falling out, and making up again.Side by side, two by two,Giggle, joke, play, and chatter.But what happens when two becomes three?Can two best friends make room for another?Peek into the lives of two best friends as their world is turned upside down when another friend wants to play too.Through movement, music and fun, join Us as we explore loneliness, understanding, empathy and love. Discover the importance of friends and how simple acts of kindness can change the world.PLAYtime! 2019 Us is an Esplanade production.
PLAYtime! 2019 Us (Sensory-Friendl...
Discover courage, empathy and kindness as your kids navigate life’s big firsts with PLAYtime! 2019!Making friends, falling out, and making up again.Side by side, two by two,Giggle, joke, play, and chatter.But what happens when two becomes three?Can two best friends make room for another?Peek into the lives of two best friends as their world is turned upside down when another friend wants to play too.Through movement, music and fun, join Us as we explore loneliness, understanding, empathy and love. Discover the importance of friends and how simple acts of kindness can change the world.PLAYtime! 2019 Us (Sensory-friendly performance) is an Esplanade production.Sensory-friendly performance available:A sensory-friendly performance provides a welcoming and relaxed environment for children, and is particularly suited for those on the autism spectrum or with sensory sensitivities. To find out what sensory-friendly performances are, visit www.esplanade.com/sensoryfriendly.
“Sheer theatrical magic. Go see The Snowman and melt!”The TimesWhen a young boy’s snowman comes to life on Christmas Eve, the two set off on a night-time quest for adventure. They meet Father Christmas, dancing penguins, reindeer and crowds of The Snowman’s friends, but will they escape evil Jack Frost and get back home for Christmas morning?Based on Raymond Brigg’s much-loved book and featuring Howard Blake's classic song Walking in the Air, this enchanting live show has thrilled audiences throughout the world since first appearing on stage over twenty years ago. Be a part of the magic.
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