Shows : Youth : Plays for Young Performers

Her name is Badjelly and she can turn children into sausages or chop them up to make girl soup. Sometimes she turns Policeman into apple trees and bananas into mice. She is the wickedest witch in the whole world. This adaptation of Spike Milligan's book by Alannah O'Sullivan is delightful. The You...
 
 A wonderful version of this well-known children’s story. Geppetto, the wood carver, longs for a son, but the Star Fairy will only grant his wish on the condition that his puppet Pinocchio proves to be worthy and good. Old Nick is determined that this should not happen. Adventures...
 
This musical adaptation of the world's favourite romantic comedy has been staged with great success around the world. It has gorgeous music and 11 fantastic roles for woman (most with solos). From the dim Mrs Bennet, her five daughters, the formidable Lady Catherine and the bitchy Caroline Bingley...
 
 Based on the beloved children's books Princess K.I.M. and The Lie That Grew and Princess Kim and Too Much Truth Written & Illustrated by Maryann Cocca-Leffler Princess K.I.M. The Musical is a touching, upbeat and humorous play about a little girl named Kim, who along with...
 
  Before there was Schoolies, there was Pyjamas in Paradise!   In the late 1950s and early 1960s, pyjama parties attracted thousands of young people from all around Australia to the small resort town of Surfers Paradise. Their popularity put Surfers on the map. This musical is a bit like...
 
Melvyn Morrow has written six pantomimes for the series Christmas at the Sydney Opera House. His favourite is Santa meets the Bushrangers, which was revived for the third time in a professional season at the North Sydney Independent Theatre . The characters are Mother Kelly, Molly Moonlight,...
 
This pantomime follows closely the story of the famous fable but in a special twist replaces dwarfs with garden gnomes. It means your company can cast regular sized people. All of the traditional adventures are in the hilarious script. There is of course a wicked Queen, the Magic Mirror on the wall...
 
Sparkling  play adaptation of this fabled first staged by Kim Carpenter's Theatre of Image. Can be staged with a cast of six or a large community or school production with 33 roles to go around. Short listed for an AWGIE award. The King has beheaded his Queen and vowed to execute more, one by...