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Step Through the Wardrobe Door, Narnia is Waiting
The deep magic of Narnia is known to many parents and grandparents, who may be spotted sometimes reaching into the back of the wardrobe in the wistful hope of feeling a gust of snow. Now Ink Pot Arts are bringing all the beauty and wonder of the land of Narnia to life for a new generation.
Live on stage at The Living Arts Centre, Mount Barker Waldorf School; with a star-studded cast, puppetry by Tony Hannan and a five-piece music ensemble led by Alice Warren, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe is a magical story that will enthral the whole family.
Living Arts Centre, Mt Barker Waldorf School
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe features Tiffany Knight as the White Witch. Sci-fi fans may recognise Tiffany from her roles in Battlestar Galactica and Stargate SG-1. She has appeared in other films and television roles including Smallville, Mothers and Daughters, Red Dog, The Babadook, ANZAC Girls, Wolf Creek and Sam Fox: Extreme Adventures.
Aslan is played by Peter Cortissos. Peter has another identity. He is sometimes known as Captain Starlight, as he regularly performs to sick children at The Women's and Children's Hospital with The Starlight Foundation. Peter appeared in Ink Pot Arts' award-winning production of From Footprint to Footplate which told the story of the history of the Adelaide Hills. He is a founding member of The Golden Phung, an award-winning sketch comedy troupe who perform around Adelaide on a regular basis.
Tim Edhouse stars as the Professor. The play has been adapted by Glyn Robbins.
Ink Pot Arts' From Footprint to Footplate
Led by multimedia artist Ruth Morris, is a media team of Mt Barker Waldorf School students. Kirsty Battersby arranged the choreography for a talented cast of about 30 young people.
Director and producer Jo-anne Sarre is delighted to be presenting this much-loved tale with a multi-aged cast. She comments, 'Our productions bring stories we feel have meaning for our community. The Narnian tale has many modern parallels and audiences can expect to live in a Narnian world with a twist.'
The Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis are Children's Classics
The Lion, the Witch and The Wardrobe is on for two weekends only. Cake and refreshments available at matinees and evening performances.