Our Year 8 and 9 students really enjoyed Botfarm 2014 – Rise of the Appliances. The show conveyed the key elements of dystopia – particularly Orwell’s Animal Farm – in a fun, accessible format. The pop culture references were appreciated, and the physicality of the performance made for lots of humour.
- Canberra Girls’ Grammar School, Canberra, Australia
We thoroughly enjoy your shows. As a full primary (5-12 yr olds) it is important that all the students are connected with, and you can do this so well. The shows are relevant and pertinent to the kids. We love your mix of music and dance, and the way you involve the kids with this – getting them up and participating. I looked at the faces of those 12 year olds and they were all grinning! Clever use of props too! Such a positive theatrical experience for the kids!
- Weston School, Oamaru
Touring since 2009, the shows below are a now great memories taken from the Playhouse timeline.
Puss In Boots: Pet Detective
Great Scott Fitzgerald! Gatsby Unleashed
Shakespeare: As You Write It
The Importance of Being Earnest: A Musically Mad Mini-Version
Jack Flash and the Jumping Beanstalk
BotFarm – Rise of the Appliances
The Big Sad Wolf
Shakespeare: As You Write It 2013
Phone a Friend
The Complete Works of Homer (abridged)
The Snow White Emergency
The Great Rugby Robbery
Shakespeare: As You Write It 2011
Old McDonald and the Bionic Bouncing Bunny
If you’re a school who has had us to play already, thanks for the gig! And if you enjoyed it, we invite you to to tell your friends about us, like us on Facebook or share us.