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Possum Magic

Mem Fox’s timeless Australian classic Possum Magic is taking to the stage in an all-new adaptation at Glen Street Theatre this week. Possum Magic has enchanted children and adults alike since the picture book’s first publication in 1983 and is still a beloved fixture in classrooms and homes across Australia. This week, Monkey Baa Theatre […]

REVIEW: Josephine Wants To Dance

How much fun can an adult really have watching a show that's designed for kids aged 4-9 years old? Add that to a theatre performance about a kangaroo with identity crisis, dressed in a tutu? The answer is heaps! From the first moments when a little girl's enthusiastic chuckle meets a roaring whistle from an adult […]

Where The Streets Had A Name

A brand new Australian play based on the novel by Randa Abdel-Fattah will make its premiere this coming week thanks to the award winning theatre company for young people, Monkey Baa. Written and directed by Monkey Baa Creative Director Eva Di Cesare (Diary of a Wombat) and developed after an extensive engagement program with school […]

Diary Of A Wombat

If you’re dying to see a production filled with warmth, discovery and a big furry creature, I suggest you go and see Diary Of A Wombat. This feel good play is based off the picture book written by author, Jackie French. Jackie and her husband made friends with a wombat years ago, when one day […]