The Emperor's New Clothes
By Phil Arnold
A Murder of Crows
by Mike Kenny
Rabbit Moon Theatre is planning the following plays for the upcoming season. During 2015/16, the company will present plays that will appeal to children and their families. These plays have been written with specific ages in mind by playwrights from around the world.
We hope you will come and join us as we go forward into the future of theatre in London.
Inspired by the story of Hansel and Gretel, A Murder of Crows explores the themes of famine, family loyalties and survival. Six actors weave a gothic story of the journey of two children navigating their fear and abandonment, from the squawking perspective of a group of boisterous crows.......Ages 8+
Folly is a strange name for a strange fellow...and he's on the run from the Emperor's soldiers. He did something wrong. He cheated the Emperor on his birthday. He helped to make a suit of clothes that was not really there, and now he's in BIG trouble.
This one man show of the Hans Christian Andersen timeless story will delight the whole family........Ages 5+
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The Boy Who Cried Wolf
by Mike Kenny
Our Planned Productions for 2014/15
A beautiful new wintery tale about a boy, unable to find delight in what is around him and instead seeks adventure, excitement and the thrill of the unknown! Inspired by the famous Aesop fable this wonderful play has three gifted actors who play the delightful characters, funny sheep and perhaps a scary wolf or two……Ages 5+ and their families.
In 2016, Rabbitmoon Theatre will launch a competition to find a new play for young audiences.
This will be a juried competition with a $300.00 prize for the winning entry.
The winning entry will also receive a staged reading and will be workshoped by Rabbitmoon Theatre within 12 months of announcment.
(Competition Rules will be posted by January 2016)
In a white garden an old woman watches a young girl as she dances to a made up song. They talk and dance, and play, and remember...most of all they remember.
This examination of dementia will stay with the audience long after the lights go down......Ages 5+ and their families.
by Brendan Murray