Join us for a very special in-progress performance of Little Girl Lost - an uplifting new theatrical adventure for young people and their families from theatre makers Company of Rogues and Matriark Theatre. 

When: Monday 29th July, 6.30pm (hall open from 6pm, refreshments after performance)

Where: Harold Park Hall, The Tramsheds, 1 Dalgal Way, Forest Lodge NSW 2037

Tickets: Adults $14, Concession/Industry $9, Under 15 Free - a small ticket fee applies to paid tickets only.

Running time: 40 minutes

Ages: Suitable for ages 8+

Bookings: www.companyrogues.com

Told with magical puppetry and quirky animation, we follow the story of Rima, a young girl who wakes up to find herself in a dark place - a land of talking animals and shifting wilderness, where the familiar is made unfamiliar (and maybe vice versa). But she doesn’t know who, what, or where she is.

 

In order to find her way, Rima will charge herself with an epic adventure full of mystery, the bizarre, and the inspiring, aided by an Elephant who knows the way, and a Monkey that just wants to play. Rima will need to find the clues and put them back together before all time, reality, identity and legacy are lost forever. As she tries to find comfort and safety, take her fragile hand in yours, and help uncover truth from Lies; the real from the imagined; and how best one can find their way ‘home.

 

Exploring what it is to remember and be remembered, this in-progress showing will bring to life the play’s central themes, puppetry and visual design and bring Peter Maple’s poetic words to the stage for the first time. 

CREATIVE TEAM

 

Director: Scott Parker
Playwright: Peter Maple
Producer: Robbi James
Production Design: Aleisa Jelbart
Sound & Music Design: Kathryn Parker
Featuring:  Danielle Jackson (Rima), Eliane Morel (Elephant), and Hayden Rodgers (Monkey)

The development of Little Girl Lost has been made possible with the support of an Inner West Council Art and Culture Grant and the City of Sydney. Little Girl Lost is based on an original idea by Goldele Rayment with a creative team that included Jane Grimley, Robbi James, Peter Maple and Emily Turner.