Hare Brain tackles the age-old dilemma – does fast and furious or slow and steady win the race?
In a fantasy world of toy invention, replete with a gurgling think tank that sparks vacuum cleaners, mops and brushes into a life of their own, Hare Brain tells the tale of Harry and Toulouse who are in a slapstick race against time to find the perfect story that will fit the perfect toy. Who will it be that tells the final tale? Harry, the stressed-out marketing guru or Toulouse, the considered, gentle storyteller?
Hare Brain will challenge young minds and tickle their funny bones while inviting them to consider: is fast and frenetic the secret to success, or can ‘tortoise’ thinking lead to a better outcome. Obsession and addiction to technology are pitted against imagination and creativity in this engaging comedic production.
The Arts, English, Mathematics, HASS, Science, Health & Physical Education
Literacy, Critical and creative thinking, Personal and social capability, ICT capability
For every 8 students, one teacher attends free.
Standard price: $10 per student
Group of 40+: $8 per student
Are you a homeschool family or group? You can book directly HERE.
Term 2, 2024
24 – 28 June
10am & 1pm Daily
Ellie Eaton Theatre, Gate 1 Claremont Showground, Claremont WA 6010
The theatre is a short walk from the Claremont train station and has plenty of onsite parking including bus bays.
Spare Parts Puppet Theatre respectfully acknowledges the Whadjuk Noongar people as the traditional owners and custodians of the unceded land on which we work. As we tour our work across these vast lands, we pay our respect to all First Nations elders, past and present. We celebrate their continuing connection and contribution to culture, country and community, and thank all First Nations peoples for their wisdom in caring for the land, the sky, the rivers and the sea.