The musical ticks all the boxes on expectations, songs, performances and some fantastic dancing in an easy friendly manner, making it easy for young audiences to relate to the situations and characters
The ensemble work, which includes some great upbeat song and dance routines, is excellent.
The cast were obviously enjoying exploring their inner seven-year-old selves and doing so in a way that drew in the children in the audience and the adults. The youngsters got caught up in the adventures and the adults enjoyed not only the memory of making up imaginary worlds in which anything can happen, but also the total engagement of their youthful companions.
Catch this show while you can – it’s a delight.
There were many smiles and laughs from the crowd, and Scott Elmegreen’s melodies were stuck in my head long after the show had ended. Overall, this was an outstanding offering from The Gemini Collective
This is their debut production and one they can be proud of
“Allowing upper primary students the opportunity to interact with and question the actors was fabulous for all involved, and highlighted what students find interesting about the page to stage process,” Williams says.