Where ideas, inspiration and the individual are believed in

Little Seed Theatre Company returns to fine form with the Fantastic Mr Fox in January.

Little Seed Theatre Company was created to grow stories and people.

It is a company where ideas, inspiration and the individual are believed in.

After the stand-out success of Wicked in October, Little Seed Theatre Company returns to fine form with the Fantastic Mr Fox in January.

Roald Dahl’s beloved, best-selling story follows the adventures of Mr Fox, who steals food from the horrible farmers Boggis, Bunce and Bean – one fat, one short, one lean.

These three crooks concoct a plan to dig Mr Fox out of his home, but they underestimate the Fantastic Mr Fox and how far he’ll go to save his family.

Mr Fox is played by Noosa District State School student Oscar Long, while Tia Liddell, currently studying at Sunshine Beach State High School, takes on the role of Mrs Fox.

“Little Seed is doing rich, full-length versions of plays and musicals that challenge our young performers and delight audiences,” says Little Seed’s Director, Johanna Wallace.

The play, adapted by David Wood, will be staged at the Independent Theatre Eumundi, which has been recently revamped to attract new audiences.

“We are so excited to be taking quality performances to the Hinterland,” Johanna adds.

The cast of talented actors are complemented by an orchestra of young musicians who have created an original ‘soundscape’ that supports the action on stage.

The play, adapted by David Wood, will be staged at the Eumundi School of Arts Hall, which has been recently revamped to attract new audiences.

You won’t want to miss all the fun of this one on 11 January and 12 January.
Showtimes for Thursday 11 January are: 11am and 2.30pm
Showtimes on Friday 12 January are: 2.30pm and 6.30pm
This wonderfully wild performance will be one to book early.
Phone 0407 87 32 32 or check out www.little-seed.com.au for more information.