Diary of a Wombat @ The Art House | Wyong   

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Diary of a Wombat @ The Art House | Wyong

When:  Sat 1st April 2017

Where:  The Art House – 19/21 Margaret Street, Wyong

Millions of young people around the world have adored the multi award-winning picture book, Diary of a Wombat. Now finally this iconic work by Australian Children’s Laureate (2014/15), Jackie French and Bruce Whatley comes to the stage.

Meet Mothball, the naughtiest wombat in Australia. Bored with her daily routine, Mothball goes in search of shelter and food, creating chaos in the lives of the humans around her.

Doormats, bins and washing lines are no match for this mischievous marsupial. Between a packed schedule of scratching, sleeping and eating Mothball discovers that with a bit of persistence, humans are quite easily trained!

Monkey Baa and a team of revered artists including Puppetry and Movement Director Alice Osborne (War Horse2012/13), Designer Imogen Ross (Hitler’s Daughter) and accomplished composer/cellist, Oonagh Sherrard use the magic of puppetry and live music to bring this delightful story for ages 3+ to the stage.

Since 1997, Monkey Baa Theatre Company has been creating inspiring, award-winning theatre for young people, touring from bush to coast and across the seas. Our Creative Directors, Eva Di Cesare, Sandie Eldridge and Tim McGarry, have adapted over 15 classic Australian stories for the stage including The Peasant Prince, Pete the Sheep, The Bugalugs Bum Thief, Hitler’s Daughter, Snugglepot and Cuddlepie and The Unknown Soldier.

With patrons and key supporters including Australian Children’s Laureate Jackie French,Morris Gleitzman,Susanne GervayandTim Winton, we are constantly looking for new stories to tell – ones that will resonate and bring joy to our young audiences.

We are now Australia’s widest-reaching touring company, touring nationally and internationally, working with schools and performing arts venues across remote, regional and metropolitan Australia. Over 1 million Australian young people, their families and teachers have seen a Monkey Baa performance or taken part in one of our workshops!

3 reasons why
1. Community Focus Program
2. Extended Audience
3. Direct Market Targeting

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