23 - 28 OCTOBER - AUSTRALIAN THEATRE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
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Kite was nine years old when Tammy died. Tammy was fourteen, and Kite's big sister.
She was really great. Kite would love you to meet her. How does a child cope when they lose the person they love the most? Using humour, sensitivity and puppets, Tammy & Kite explores how imagination, memory and play can allow young people to express emotions that adults often struggle to put into words.
Back by popular demand after its debut season at the Sydney Fringe 2016.
Devised and Performed by Hannah Cox and Caitlin West
Directed by Olivia Satchell
Produced by Imogen Gardam
Sound Design by Josephine Gibson and Alexis Weaver
Lighting Design by Benjamin Brockman
Stage Manager Eleni Schumacher
Artwork by Hannah Cox
“Remarkably sensitive in its portrayal of childhood and innocence, with an impressive authenticity that lets any person, of any age or background, relate to its characters and all its situations.”
“Tammy & Kite is a creative collaboration with genuine heart. It definitely deserves the attention of parents, educators and theatre practitioners alike.“
"For a relatively short show, Tammy & Kite offers it audience a great deal. Humour, free laughter, an awoken empathy, and questions: how much can a child really know? And what can their understanding reveal to you?"