National Theatre of Parramatta (NTofP) will present a new musical theatre work based on Shaun Tan’s award-winning book, The Red Tree, from 20th to 28th October.

Bringing this production to life for the stage, NTofP has enlisted multi award-winning playwright Hilary Bell, award winning songwriter and composer Greta Gertler Gold, production designer James Browne (The Hungry Caterpillar, Cabaret and Velvet the Show) and director Neil Gooding (Church & State, Paris – a Rock Odyssey and Truth, Beauty and a Picture of You).

The Red Tree will take audiences on an extraordinary journey to a world of imagination, where origami boats embark on ocean voyages, giant fish host musical interludes, and parades pass by. This is the story of a young girl living inside her bedroom and how she conquers her fears and anxieties, finally embracing hope and taking control of the world that has always been around her.

The original score for The Red Tree fuses pop, classical and traditional musical theatre elements with sound design and digital recording technology in an exciting contemporary twist.

Opening Hours:

Address: 1 Market Street , 2150, Parramatta, NSW
Events: Start Friday 20 October 2017 End: Saturday 28 October 2017
Location : West.
Age : Recommended for ages 8 and above, The Red Tree is a show for all the family!
Cost : See website for ticket options.
Prebook : Pre-book tickets online.
In/Outdoor : Indoor.

RIVERSIDE | National Theatre of Parramatta presents, The Red Tree

1 Market Street , 2150, Parramatta, NSW
1 Market Street , 2150, Parramatta, NSW

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