The Easter FOUR Day Play!

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February 18, 2017 by

Democracy in Action! We’ve asked our parents if they’d prefer a Four Day Play rather than a full Five Day Play these holidays so that they can spend time with cherub children on the Good Friday Public Holiday … And the votes are in … A resounding YES! So, here are the details and we hope it suits you all! We will bring all the fun and creativity of a usual Five Day Play and cram it into just four! There will be groups in stages for all ages 5-15 years! In January we opened up registrations to High School students for the first time and it was such a success we’re keeping it open! The best thing about that was seeing older students role-modelling for the younger, while the younger students constantly remind the older to wind back the teen attitude and keep playful! It’s that flow through of growth, experience and togetherness that makes for such a happy week! This one’s gonna be huge! So, take advantage of our Earlybird specials and get in now! We can’t wait to see you all there!

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“The Five-Day Play was the best fun Liesl has had in the school holidays for a long time! She thoroughly enjoyed it and loved the build up to performance on the final day (which the parents enjoyed as much as the kids). It really was wonderful to see them in action.” Liesl’s Mum - Lynda Jupp, October 2013

'The larger Kids Theatre providers don't produce programs as fun as these, or performances as good as these! Red Roar is is REAL value for money!' Maddie's Mum, Kerrie Cant, February 2014

"Thank you again for giving the kids the space to play, learn and grow. We can't wait for the next one!" Georgia Bartley, April 2014

“… The passion they have for what they do, and their attention to detail, make them a fabulous asset to any school.” Abbey Proud – Principal, Newtown Public School

“ … perfectly pitched and presented … The students were being inspired… These programs gave them maximum enjoyment, more confidence, and a fuller sense of belonging.” Anna Carmody – The Song Room