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The Hare And The Tortoise


The Hare And The Tortoise


The Producers of Badjelly the Witch and Rumpelstiltskin Present The Hare And The Tortoise Written by Rob Ormsby, creator of previous hits ‘The Pied Piper’ and ‘The Ugly Duckling’. Directed by Bryony Skillington.


8 – 22 October At 4 Moncrieff St., Mt. Victoria


Can a hare-brained scheme save the day?


The hare and the tortoise are up to their old tricks again! How will Tortoise ever beat Hare, the fastest feet in the forest? A hilarious look at how working together can make all the difference. KidzStuff Theatre for Children presents a new version of this well known fable. Rob Ormsby, author of such KidzStuff hits as The Pied Piper and The Ugly Duckling has created a hilarious take on an old favourite, with plenty of songs, audience participation, and a couple of rugby mad monkeys to add to world cup fever!


Director Bryony Skillington is making her directing debut with KidzStuff, after many acting roles. She has starred in past favourites, such as Cinderella, The Ugly Duckling, Thumbelina and most recently Badjelly the Witch, also TV shows EMU and Shortland Street! The cast includes the super talented Kali Kopae and Paul Harrop (Rumpelstiltskin) and recent Toi Whakaari graduates James Tito and Asalemo Tofete.


GREAT FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY


Performance Times: Monday - Friday 11am and 1pm Saturdays at 11 am Tickets $10 Groups of 10+ $9.00 each Children under 2 Free Special Opening Preview Saturday 8th October $7.00 per ticket. Bookings: phone 04 385 0292

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