The Animals and Children Took to the Streets returns to the Lyttelton
Preview by Lizzie Guilfoyle
FOLLOWING sell-out runs at the National Theatre for the last two winters, the internationally acclaimed show by award-winning company 1927 returns to the Lyttelton for a further six performances – from May 23 to May 26, 2014.
Previously Posted: Following a sell-out run at the National Theatre last winter, The Animals and Children Took to the Streets, from the award-winning company 1927, returns, this time to the Lyttelton Theatre for 15 performances between December 12, 2012 and January 10, 2013.
The Animals and Children Took to the Streets is performed by Suzanne Andrade, Esme Appleton and Lillian Henley.
Previously Posted: Theatre company 1927 is presenting 15 performances of The Animals and Children Took to the Streets at the National’s Cottesloe Theatre – from December 7, 2011 to January 3, 2012.
Seamlessly synchronizing live music, performance and storytelling with stunning film and animation, The Animals and Children Took to the Streets is the ‘wickedly twisted’ second show from multiple award-winning company 1927.
Trust no-one. Suspect even your own shadow. Welcome to the Bayou, a part of the city feared and loathed, wherein lies the infamous Bayou Mansions: a stinking sprawling tenement block, where curtain-twitchers and peeping-toms live side by side, and the wolf is always at the door.
When Agnes Eaves and her daughter arrive late one night, does it signal hope in this hopeless place, or has the real horror only just begun?
The Animals and Children Took to the Streets is described as a theatrical journey of startling originality, like a giant graphic novel burst into life.
Produced by Joanna Crowley, The Animals and Children Took to the Streets is created by 1927 and directed and written by Suzanne Andrade, with film, animation and design by Paul Barritt, music by Lillian Henley and costume by Sarah Munro and Esme Appleton.
The Animals and Children Took to the Streets was co-commissioned by BAC, Malthouse Theatre Melbourne and The Showroom (University of Chichester).