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Patch Theatre presents

Me & My Shadow

Regional Tour supported by Patch Theatre and James & Diana Foundation

Tuesday, 22 September, 2020
10:15am and 1:00pm

Brenton Langbein Theatre

Me And My Shadow is about the fanciful escapades of a girl making friends with her shadow. Children love to play with shadows, but making friends with your shadow can be a tricky business. There are things to sort out, problems to solve, adventures to have and laughter to be shared.

Me And My Shadow is a gentle magical visual poem for children, using paper, light, shadow, colour water, music, sound and words to create a world of play where the imagined becomes real. With fantastical imagery, quirky physical performances and an intriguing score, Me And My Shadow ignites the imagination in a poetical experience that explores the trials and joys of friendship.

The show runs for 45min without interval and there are no warnings.

2018 Toured to China, performing 12 shows over two weeks to 4224 people. Performing in Beijing at the National Centre for the Performing Arts and in Changsha at the Changsha Concert Hall.

2013 Winner, Victor Award for Best Showcase Production IPAY

2011 Winner, Helpmann Award for Best Presentation for Children

2011 Nomination, Sydney Theatre Award Best Production for Children

Collaboratively created by Zoë Barry, Dave Brown, Geoff Cobham, Roz Hervey, Nathan O’Keefe, Astrid Pill and Bob Weatherly
Direction Roz Hervey, Dave Brown and Geoff Cobham
Composer Zoë Barry
Lighting and Set Designer Geoff Cobham
Production Management Bob Weatherly Original Cast Astrid Pill and Nathan O’Keefe

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Tickets: Standard Schools $12.00*, Equity Schools $9.00

Please note: Schools can also book from Patch Theatre Website

When booking tickets please phone 08 8561 4299 with wheelchair or other special requirements.

Tickets can also be purchased or collected from the box office one hour prior to performance.

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