Junior Claus, a musical from Singapore Repertory Theatre’s The Little Company opens tomorrow!
Junior Claus is the rebellious heir to an immense empire in the North Pole, where elves busily prepare for the biggest day of the year – Christmas. When Santa falls into a deep sleep because the Belief-o-Meter falls to a dangerously low level, Grumpo the greedy elf takes control of Santa’s workshop and attempts to ruin the Yuletide season forever. Junior, alongside his friends Chipper the elf and Pengy the penguin , join forces to prevent this disastrous outcome.
Kate Golledge, who directed The Little Company’s previous plays The Nightingale, Red Riding Hood and Fantastic Mr. Fox, returns to direct this Christmas time treat. Written by Christopher Dimond and Michael Kooman, and with fabulous choreography by Ashley Nottingham (Red Riding Hood), this musical emphasises the importance of cherishing family and friends instead of material possessions. With a star team like this behind the production, Junior Claus is not to be missed!
DATES: From 31st October – 14th December 2014
PRICES: Mondays – Fridays, $32/$35 – weekends $42-$45
VENUE: DBS Arts Centre – Home of SRT
TICKETING: SISTIC at 6348 5555 or www.sistic.com.sg
In ‘ Good Things Must Share’, we have a pair of Junior Claus tickets for the 11am show on Saturday, 8 November 2014 to give away to readers of MissusTay’s journal!
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