|Director: ||Rosemary Myers|
|Video + Set Designer:||Chris More|
|Set, Costume + Props Designer:||Emily Barrie|
|Lighting Designer:||Richard Vabre|
|Starring:||Jessica Barnden, Sarah Brokensha, Danielle Catanzariti and Matthew Crook|
|Venue:||Forge Theatre, Marryatville High School, 170 Kensington Road, Marryatville (enter via The Crescent)|
|Adelaide Season:||14 - 25 June 2011|
|Running time:||75 minutes|
|Curriculum Links:||The Arts (Drama + Media); Health (personal and social development)|
Girl Who Cried Wolf
By Angela Betzien
Meet Laura - habitual fibber and high school geek. Then there's Catriona - the popular princess, upset because her jet-setting parents are going to miss her 13th birthday.
Seeing an opportunity to score popularity points, Laura convinces Catriona to lure Mummy and Daddy back from OS. But as soon as their diabolical plan is set in motion an unfortunate series of events begins to unfold in a way that neither of the girls could have ever imagined.
This is a high tech, witty and sharp-tongued satire on the politics of the playground.
Originally produced by Arena Theatre Company with the support of the Sydney Opera House.
Freaky, funny and frightening, this slick high-tech morality tale is wickedly good entertainment. The Advertiser
A rip-roaring story, complete with dashes of Australian Idol... wickedly good entertainment. The Advertiser