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Mr Chicken Goes to Paris single work   drama   children's  
Note: Adapted from the picture book Mr Chicken Goes to Paris (2009) by Leigh Hobbs for the stage by Kellie Mackereth.
Issue Details: First known date: 2012... 2012 Mr Chicken Goes to Paris
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Come abroad with the riotous Mr. Chicken as he tours the magnifique sights of Paris with his friend Yvette! Paris becomes a city of magic for Mr. Chicken as he discovers if he has what it takes to navigate the perils of flying economy, travelling on the Metro and learning a foreign language. But what will the Parisians make of Yvette's enormous fowl friend? Will this top-hatted tourist become the most astonishing spectacle of all? Source: http://www.nida.edu.au/ (Sighted 27/03/2012).

Notes

  • 'Celebrate the National Year of Reading at The National Institute of Dramatic Art with the riotous production Mr Chicken Goes to Paris. Children will delight in the exploits of Mr Chicken as he takes to the stage at Australia's premier drama school. This joyful NIDA production explores themes of friendship and belonging, inspiring young people to take up the tradition of reading and storytelling. After the show cast and crew will take questions from the audience and reveal the creative process of adapting a picture book for the stage.' Source: http://premier.ticketek.com.au/(Sighted 27/03/2012).

Production Details

  • First performed NIDA Parade Theatre, 23-26 May 2012

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Last amended 27 Mar 2012 14:22:50
Subjects:
  • Paris,
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    France,
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    Western Europe, Europe,
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