Big stars at little theatre

Last updated 11:01 14/11/2012

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Upper Hutt's Arts a Go Go! performing arts classes for kids are in the last stages of rehearsal for their annual production this Saturday.

It will be held in the Lower Hutt Little Theatre at 2.30pm and 6.30pm.

Director Rachel Main says their shows are highly praised for their quality and for the joy the performers exude through being part of the whole experience.

The play Until the Green has been written by Arts a Go Go! drama teacher and published writer Phoebe Smith and is performed by students aged 6 to 16.

The play begins in the village of Webville, where things have been peaceful and calm for hundreds of years. But that is all in danger of changing.

For all of the fresh water in Webville has been disappearing, and when the rains come, it rains only salt water.

If they can't find the reason for the problem and solve it, then Webville and all of its inhabitants will perish. They seek the advice of the great tree, huge and ancient, that grew far up into the clouds.

Tickets are $15 for adults and $12 for children.

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- Upper Hutt Leader


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