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1. Monkey Baa Theatre’s ‘I Am Jack’ returns to the Seymour in Sydney

Susanne Gervay's I AM JACK with Tim McGarry, Monkey Baa Theatre, Seymour Centre

Susanne Gervay's I AM JACK with Tim McGarry, Monkey Baa Theatre, Seymour Centre

Monkey Baa Theatre’s I Am Jack’  just returned from the Ipswich Festival of Children’s Literature where it was the feature event, performed to 1000′s of young people and adults.

Tim McGarry performs the 11 characters in a brilliant one man show.

JACK’s having a return season at the Seymour 24th October to 4th November.

From: Adam Kronenberg – Artistic Director Outback Theatre for Young People

In the finest tradition of the one person show Tim McGarry gave a stunningly good performance. It was like watching Billy Crystal for school kids: terrific range of characters, excellent direction, simple in terms of no need for pyrotechnics and yet so sophisticated in terms of requiring the audience to invest a great deal of belief and understanding of the theatrical devise of the one person show.  

Tim McGarry Creative Director of  Susanne Gervay's 'I AM JACK' with Susanne Gervay

Contact: Monkey Baa Theatre

Bookings: info@monkeybaa.com.au

PH 02 9351 7938

FAX 02 9036 7037
www.monkeybaa.com.au

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2. General Macarther meets Leigh Hobbs, Deb Abela, Chris Cheng, Gabrielle Wang at Ipswich Festival

award winning illustrator Leigh Hobbs, hams it up with author Meredith Costain (hidden) at Woodlands 1880 Ipswich FestivalThe ghost adventure is dark, eerie in the Woodland 1880s mansion at Ipswich Festival.

Leigh Hobbs creator of the famous and fractious ‘OLD TOM’ was being ‘scary’ with fabulous author Meredith Costain hamming it up as his doppler behind him.

General Macarthur stayed at Woodlands and his red leather chair and desk dominates an upstairs room. So of course the guys all sat in the General’s chair. Then the girls go into the act.Monkey Baa Theatre performing Susanne Gervay's 'I Am Jack' Ipswich Festival for Children's Literature, Woodland at Marburg,author christopher cheng in General Macurther's chair at Woodlands Marburg, Ipswich Festival of Children's Literature

Highlights:-

Hanging out at the pool table with all the writers & illustrators – author Sue Whiting and illustrator Anne Spudvilas were hilarious at our game of chance and dice – I rolled a full 5 dice!!!!!!

400 hundred kids packed into the performance of  ‘I Am Jack’ held spellbound -Lowood, Silkstone, Bethany, Bundamba, Toogoolawah, Brassall, Kentville, Lockrose schools were FABULOUS!

Morning walk with illustrator and author mark Wilson, illustrators Anne Spudvilas and Leigh Hobbs through the mist and field.

LOVE the authors and illustrators there – Deborah Abela, Brian Faulkiner, Sally Rippin, Gabrielle Wang, Gus Gordon, Lucia Mascuillo, Mark Wilson, Tristan Bancks, Sheryl Gwyther, Angela Sunde and ……

Thankyou to Festival Director Jenny Stubbs.

author Deborah Abela, Festival Director Jenny Stubbs, author Brian Faulkiner, Ipswich Festival of Children's Literature

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3. Tim McGarry wows audiences performing ‘I Am Jack’ at Ipswich Festival

 

I AM JACK with Tim McGarry, Monkey Baa Theatre for Young People, Ipswich FestivalSam Johnson Stage manager 'I Am Jack, Tim McGarry actor 'I Am Jack', Monkey Baa Theatre, Ipswich FestivalTim McGarry has come straight out of performing Duncan Ball’s ‘Emily Eyefinger’ to the Ipswich Festival of Children’s Literature.

Hundreds of kids poured into the quasi-theatre at Woodlands. They were spellbound at times, laughing at other times and ethusiastically applauding.

 I loved the kids and teacher librarians and teachers from Bethany School, Hattonvale State School, Jundalee State School Fervale, WMAC and IESS – all fabulous!

Crowds of kids and teachers wandered around the Ipswich Festival at Woodlands. Loved the art stalls with the workk of talented illustrator Lachlan Creogh, new illustrator Christian Bocquee, Ipswich Festival of Children's LiteratureCrowds at Woodlands of Marburg, Ipswich Festival of Children's LiteratureGus Gordon, Kerry Brown, Mark Wilson, Christopher Cheng , Ipswich Festival of Children's Literaturetalented illustrator Lachlan Creogh and upcoming ilustrator Christian Bocquee.

 

 

Post talks, authors & illustrators are loving the community of children’s writers and hang out at Woodlands -Christopher Cheng, mark Wilson, Kerry Borwn and Gus Gordon

 

 

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