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Ivy Shambitt and The Sound Machine single work   drama   children's  
Issue Details: First known date: 2007... 2007 Ivy Shambitt and The Sound Machine
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'Apronwood is a town of tea parties, summer solstice dances and bake-offs. But beneath the pastel shades, there is something much darker at work. When young outcast Pippa Van Hoozer is rescued from the town bullies by a strange small girl called Ivy Shambitt, magical things begin to happen. You see this girl has a gift that holds the key to not only unlocking the secret of Apronwood's past but the hopes, dreams and desires of everyone who comes into contact with her. Before long everyone has a plan for Ivy but little do they know, Ivy also has a plan for them!' Source: www.backbone.org.au/ (Sighted 04/06/2007)

Production Details

  • Produced by Backbone's Drama Blitz at Sue Benner Theatre, Metro Arts, 109 Edward Street, Brisbane City, 4 - 5 July 2007.

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First known date: 2007
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