• I loved your show . I liked every bit of it . My favroite charcters was Elsa and Anna. I loved the singing and danceing. My favroite bit was the kissing it was beautiful.I really liked the acting. Thank you for

    • Hi Charlotte,
      Thank you so much for your message! We’re so glad you enjoyed the show, and all of the singing, dancing and of course the kiss 🙂
      We hope we can come back next year too!

  • your show was very amazing and funy. it was very very interesting and i likedet. and i likedet every bit of it and i realy like the acting it was cool and awsem.

  • your show was very interesting and very funny. the speeches was fantastic I could not stop laughing . I like the part when you fort with swords it was cool when the snow Qween cast a spell on Elsa . And I liked it

  • The show was amazing and I liked it because I liked their singing and their acting. My favourite part of the performance was when they broke the mirror in the crystal castle.
    At the ending part I high fived the

  • I liked the snow qween in the show she was cool . because she was pretty

  • your show was amazing and your acting was awesome and I hope you come next year to perform a show and I really love Anna and Elsa they were awesome in the show and my favourite part is when Elsa froze the

  • the show was amazing i loved all the danceing and acting when anna kissed christov it was funny the sown queen lied to Elsa. i hope you come back next year.


  • Hi, I really wanted a wrist band, today you came to West Ryde P.S. To perform, the snow queen. I really enjoyed the show and I didn’t get to ask a question.
    Who made your costumes?

    • Hey! Sorry you missed out on a wristband.
      We have a costume designer called Beth, who makes all of our costumes! Doesn’t she do an awesome job?

  • Hi, you came to my school today and you played the snow queen and me and my friends loved it that actually one of my friend had an extra ten dollars she wanted you to play it all over again just for herself and I

  • Music

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    Cold – Backing

    Cool For The Summer – Backing

    Elephant Love Medley – Backing

    Let’s Hurt Tonight – Backing

    Rise – Backing

    What Do I Know – Backing

    You Don’t

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    Values based Q/A : Prep – Yr 8:
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    Colouring Sheets
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  • I want you to play ariel for my school. u recently played beauty and the beast but I would love to see ariel 2o17

  • Hey guys,

    First of all i would like to say a massive thank you for coming and performing Beauty and the beast, it was amazing ( 1 2 3 YOU ROCK!!)

    I am currently in year 12 and one of my subjects is Drama,

    • Thank you so much for your message and questions!

      This cast first performed together on March 15th 2017. However, many of the cast had performed in previous tours of Beauty and the Beast.

      This isn’t the Disney version of the show, it’s our own version. So just because a character is in the Disney version doesn’t mean that is the only way to tell the story. In fact if you look back at the original fairytale, much of the characters are different and varied. The horse from the movie we felt wasn’t particularly engaging for a live show, so we had Belle have a cute and hilarious dog (that can talk and be funny) instead. Much more engaging for the audience.

      Your question ask what was ‘his’ vision for the show, when referencing the director! Make sure you don’t assume, ever, that the director MUST be a man! The main director of the show was actually our Company Manager, Jacqui Martin. The vision for the show and all the shows, are mainly to engage the audience and portray a relevant message for children in the 21st century, through the symbolism and metaphor of a classic, familar story. But that question is very broad!

      Copyright is one issue, but even if it were not, we would not use the DIsney music. We find that the most important thing in a live show is engagement, so pop music and the songs we chose have more engagement levels so that the enjoyment is more.

      The set and lighting is most definitely part of the story and have immense meaning. Nothing on stage is just for ‘show’, it’s all part of an integrated form of art that is designed to reach audiences through all their senses and their emotions.

      Visions for each character – that is another big question beyond the scope of this message!

      The cast arrive 90 minutes before the start time to prepare – to set up the set and lights and sound and get in their costumes and put on their mic and makeup to get ready for the show. There is no crew, this cast sets up an enormous amount of set and equipment, more than any other show in a school or basically anywhere else. A show of this size would normally have a crew of 3-4 who would take a day to ‘bump in’ to a theatre, but we have managed to put together clever systems and processes to make it be done in a record time of only 90 minutes.

      Thank you so much for your questions and we hope this helps!

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