How To Read Tea Leaves
- Junior show (suitable for students from kindergarten to lower secondary)
- 45 minutes
Junior show (suitable for students from kindergarten to lower secondary)
How To Read Tea Leaves is a magical and highly comical storytelling performance, which we’re sure will thrill your students as much as it has Sydney audiences.
These contemporary urban fairytales are strangely familiar and yet completely unexpected.
How To Read Tea Leaves is set in Darlingwood, a fictitious inner-city village inhabited by very strange and eccentric characters.
Folk like The mysterious fortune-teller Bella de Ball, the hapless thieving Leaf Brothers, the dirty and disgusting Burt and Ivy Brooze, and the frightening neighbourhood witch Nanna MaHood, are the stars of a series of interconnected stories that will keep you laughing and guessing.
Drawn from the familiar frame of reference, which is fairytale, and with a nod to the irreverence of Roald Dahl, the madness of Loony Toons cartoons and the magic realism of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, How To Read Tea Leaves is a beautiful way for young audiences to experience the unique excitement of a live theatre performance.