Hansel and Gretel

Mike Hughes and Nathalie Baroud in the Geordie Theatre ProductionCast: 3f, 2m, puppets & percussionist. Can be done with 2f, 2m. (Audience Age 4 – 10)
One act (56 minutes)

When the food runs out, Hansel and Gretel are left by their parents in the fearful forest to fend for themselves. Hansel thinks he has to save his little sister, but when they end up in the house of the wicked witch, she’s the one who saves him. An imaginative retelling of the Brother Grimm’s classic fairy tale about conquering fear and developing self reliance using physical theatre, inventive language, percussion and puppets.

Flyer for the Geordie Theatre ProductionFirst produced by Solar Stage Theatre. Toronto. January, 2003. Director: Roseann Wilshere.

Produced by Geordie Theatre Productions in association with Straight Stitching Productions at the D. B. Clarke Theatre, Montreal, Oct 24 – Nov 2, 2003. Director: Lib Spry

With a refreshing take on the classic struggle between good and evil, Geordie Theatre Productions has come up with another winner in Hansel and Gretel. The Suburban

When you get it right, you get it right. Geordie Theatre Productions got it right… So don’t be afraid of taking your school-age youngsters to see Hansel and Gretel. Be afraid you might miss it. The Montreal Gazette

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