Performance • Family Audience
Athena Wee, Charlotte Elizabeth, Fahim Murshed, Jeremy Leong, Daisy Mitchell
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Come along on an adventure with our storytellers! Meet heroes with extraordinary powers, learn from silly people and animals who listen without thinking, and discover new beats and sounds. Be part of our awesome audience as you shake, clap and move along with the stories. Explore what it means to really listen as you spend quality screen time with your children through storytelling.
Recommended for ages 4 to 8 years old.
The Seven Powerful Brothers (China)
There once lived seven brothers who each had a special power. Discover how they worked together to take down the wicked emperor with their many different abilities. A fun tale perfect for children who love superheroes.
Ganesha & Kubera (India)
Kubera was a wealthy man and a big show-off! He throws the biggest party ever with lots and lots of delicious food. The guest of honour, Little Ganesha, decides to teach Kubera a lesson in humility that he won’t forget.
The Old Man Who Swallowed Everything (Japan)
When an old man gets a tummy ache from eating too many edamame beans, his doctor suggests he eats some insects! What does the doctor prescribe next? Join the bug, the snake and more creatures in this hilarious chain story.
Tug of War (Africa)
Anansi is the well-known trickster spider from African folklore. One day, he decides to play a naughty trick and pits the whale and elephant against each other. What happens when the two mighty creatures from land and sea compete?
The First Music (Africa)
Something exciting is brewing in the jungle … the first ever musical notes! How did they come about? What did they sound like? Who were the musicians? Tap, clap and make sounds out loud with the animals in this roaring tale.
Athena Wee (Singapore)
A recent graduate from the Diploma in Performance at LASALLE, Athena’s on-stage credits include the role of Mother in Haresh Sharma’s Lizard and on-screen for Vidsee’s Queen of Hearts. Her film credits include the lead role in NTUC’s short film for International Women’s Day 2019. Athena plays the ukulele and is a skilled ballerina. She is an active Young Storyteller at The Storytelling Centre Limited.
Charlotte Elizabeth (Singapore)
Charlotte is a trained actor, storyteller and performer with a Diploma in Performance at LASALLE College Of The Arts. She has performed for adults through immersive theatre productions and storytelling performances for StoryFest since 2018. She tells stories to young audiences as part of Terrific Tales at The Artground, Once Upon A Time Storytelling at Gateway Theatre Kids Club and Stories to Celebrate for the Esplanade’s Red Dot August.
Fahim Murshed (Singapore)
Fahim Murshed is an actor and storyteller rooted in improvisation and comedy. A graduate from LASALLE’s Diploma in Performance programme, he began telling stories at A Caravan of Stories, The Young Storytellers Showcase for StoryFest 2018. He has since performed at A Night of Terrifying Tales for TEXTURES 2019, Stories to Celebrate for Esplanade’s Red Dot August 2019 and Spooktacular Storytelling for the Irish Embassy’s online Halloween event in 2020.
Jeremy Leong (Singapore)
Jeremy graduated from LASALLE and is an Associate Young Storyteller at The Storytelling Centre Limited. His storytelling credits include The Hidden (dir. Kamini Ramachandran) at SIFA 2018 and Terrific Tales at The Artground. His stage credits include When Sadness Comes To Call (dir. Ian Loy). Jeremy is also a drama educator and co-founder of Zip Zap Zoom Collective, where he produces and creates arts experiences for young audiences.
Daisy Mitchell (Singapore)
Daisy has always had a knack for theatre. She majored in Theatre at SOTA and recently graduated with First Class Honours in from the BA Musical Theatre programme at LASALLE College of the Arts. Daisy is also an Associate Young Storyteller at The Storytelling Centre Limited. Her storytelling credits include The Hidden (dir. Kamini Ramachandran) for SIFA 2018, Terrific Tales at The Artground, and TEXTURES 2019 at The Arts House.