PD & HSIE: Resilience, Tolerance, Positive Relationships, Taking Action.
English: Fractured Fairy Tales, Imaginative Texts.
When the Big Bad Wolf retires it’s time for his nephew the Little Bad Wolf to take charge of the forest and scare the inhabitants silly. However, the Little Bad Wolf isn’t big, and he isn’t bad at all. Word is out, there’s a new wolf in town and he’s more of a pushover than a house of straw.
On his first day on the job, the Little Bad Wolf sets out to blow down the houses of the Three Little Pigs, but the pigs are not alone. The tables have turned. It’s the Little Bad Wolf that gets blown away in a barrage of bullying and slapstick trickery. Meet Fido, the Pigs’ pet crocodile. Sore and sorry for himself, the Little Bad Wolf must make a choice; become big and bad like his uncle, or find another way to keep the peace in the forest.
The Little Bad Wolf provides a refreshing perspective on universal life-lessons. Threading favourite storybook and nursery rhyme characters together through puppetry and song, The Little Bad Wolf is a cabaret fairytale mash-up for children. Kindness, respect, sharing, and the value of friendship, are explored in song when classic fairytale characters make hilarious guest appearances.
The tale of The Little Bad Wolf ties everything together in a story relevant to contemporary children about gaining the confidence and skills to stand up to the bullies in life.
What schools have said:
The puppetry was very good and the performers used their skills really well to develop the characters and plot. The message was clear and the resolution offered the students sound advice on how to deal with bullies and building friendships.
Karen Putland. K to Year 5. Yankalilla Area School. Yankalilla. SA.
Fantastic show, kept the children engaged and entertained for the entire performacne. Mike and Beth were exceptional at controlling the crowd and had a simple and effective way of regaining quiet
Judy Strezzeri. K to Year 2. Lalor North Primary School. Lalor. VIC.
Excellent range of props and puppets. Story was very engaging and quick moving very funny. Good involvement of students.
Leanne Hogan. K to Year 2. St Brigid's Primary School. Raymond Terrace. NSW.
Price: $5.50 per student ($5.00 + $0.50 GST).
Suitable: Preps, K to Year 6.
Minimum Audience Size: 130 students.
Times: Show: 50 minutes. Set up: 45 minutes. Pack up: 40 minutes.
Requires an indoor performing area 4m deep x 5m wide.
Purple Capsicum Puppets ABN: 11 270 164 579.