The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show | Review
Guest Post by Lauren Hunt of Teacher Types blog
It began with The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse. A story that encourages little artists to be creative with their paintings and use whichever colours they like! Coloured fabric, juggling balls and puppetry brought this story to life!
Next came Mister Seahorse (as you may or may not know I’m expecting baby number two and have spent quite sometime explaining to Miss M that mummies are the ones who have the babies) – this story left her a little perplexed as it’s daddy seahorse who cares for and gives birth to the babies. Bubbles added to the under water experience and the puppets were magical!
Thirdly came The Very Lonely Firefly – a beautiful story about persistence and finding your tribe. Darker lighting during this story highlighted the glowing fireflies.
And then the story we had all been waiting for, the one almost every child could recite by heart, the most endearing little and very hungry caterpillar emerged from his egg and entertained the littlies as he ate his way through the week.
When we read this book, Miss M doesn’t quite understand that the caterpillar turns into the butterfly, she always asks “Where is him?”. But she was absolutely amazed when the butterfly flew off the pages of the book backdrop.
The show has finished it’s season in Adelaide, but now head to Brisbane, Penrith, Queanbeyan and Newcastle. If you’re in any of these cities I would highly recommend the show for children of all ages.
Thank you cast and crew of the show for such a beautiful first theatrical experience for our little people.
For more information and all enquiries please visit the Very Hungry Caterpillar Show website here.
What: The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show | Review
When: Adelaide tour has ended (9 – 11 July 2015)
Where: Adelaide Festival Centre
Who: Suitable for All Ages
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All photos are courtesy of The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show.