Comic and tragic.
Perfect way for under sixes to burn off energy at this fun, musical and sea animal filled session.
Perfect way for under sixes to burn off energy at this fun musical and animal filled session. Bang the drums, sing the retro songs and dance the dances inside the musical zoo.
In an ordinary kindergarten classroom, on an ordinary day the extraordinary happens.
Riding with Night opens with an ensemble of black-cloaked figures, their faces masked, and a voiceover providing an epilogue to the play we are about to see.
Tom Thumb, a character who is small in stature and status, yet is granted the hand of a princess in marriage.
It’s a school for monsters! Ms Bagatha, Mr Splunk and all the monster kids join in this time tunnel adventure as they celebrate differences while learning about America’s Wild West…
Brecht, Coward and Shakespeare are all rolled into one amazing performance, as we follow a very confused man stumbling through every possible problem an actor has ever encountered.
I’m not a particularly sentimental person when it comes to plays.
PDS Theater returns to the Fringe with a raucous take on Shakespeare’s comedy.
Horatio may be played by a girl in a school uniform, yet this is the only aspect of Hamlet that gives away the fact that the performers are all high school students.
The Loyola Blakefield Players are proud to present our version of Godspell to Festival Fringe audiences on our first trip to Edinburgh.
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