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Goldilocks and the Three Bears

The Producers of The Hare and the Tortoise and Little Red Riding Hood
Present
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Written by Michele Amas.
Directed by Jane Waddell.

30 June – 14 July
At
4 Moncrieff St., Mt. Victoria

Not too hard, not too soft, but just right!


Goldilocks wants to enter the talent quest, but she’s not allowed because she’s not a bear! Then Baby Bear comes up with a plan!

A hilarious, new take on the classic nursery story, about bear bands, being left out, and discovering ‘different’ can be cool!

Author, Michele Amas, is a Wellington actor, director and poet, whose book "After The Dance" was shortlisted for best first book of poetry in the 2007 Montana New Zealand Book Awards.

Jane Waddell is a well known Wellington actor and director, who has directed many fabulous KidzStuff shows, including Cinderella, Rumpelstiltskin and Hansel and Gretel.

The talented cast includes Richard Dey, an actor and fight choreographer, whose roles include Entertaining Mr Sloane – Circa and Little Red Riding Hood - KidzStuff, and who is currently starring in All My Sons at Circa. Lindee Jane Rutherford, who has performed extensively on stage and television in NZ, including acting and directing for Capital E National Theatre for Children. She also appeared in the pre-school sketch comedy show Giggles. She was the original Naughty Fairy, and last year she was thrilled to direct Series 3 of Giggles. Also Natasha McAllister and Nick Purdie, actor/singers, who have appeared together in several musicals, including Godspell,42nd Street and Lonely Heart at BATS this year.


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 30th June $7.00 per ticket.
Bookings: phone 04 385 0292 or go to www.kidzstufftheatre.co.nz

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