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Bold and Beautiful: The Creative Vision of Ann Church

A new acquisition capturing the creative vision of Melbourne born designer Ann Church joins Arts Centre Melbourne’s Performing Arts Collection. In a career spanning the late 1940s to the early 1970s, Church designed the set and costumes for companies such as the National Theatre Ballet, Victorian Ballet Guild, The Australian Ballet and the West Australian Ballet. 483 more words


Peter and the Wolf at Clarice Smith, Jun 18, 3pm

Peter and the Wolf at Clarice Smith, Jun 18, 3pm

Family Concert: Peter and the Wolf
by Sergei Prokofiev
National Orchestra Institute + Festival

Sunday, June 18, 2017. 92 more words


Toddler music study: Peter and the Wolf 

Over the last week, Frida and I have been listening to Peter and the Wolf. This is the first time that I have been intentional about introducing Frida to a piece of music, with discussion, repeated listening, and supporting activities. 552 more words


Russian Around! Peter and the Wolf

Peter and the Wolf

A pantomime of old Russia

by Richard Lloyd (with apologies to Sergei Prokofiev)

Streatham Theatre Company, performed at The British Home, 6th to 8th April… 901 more words


Peter and The Wolf

Streatham Hill Theatre have put on an unusual kind of show for Easter – a panto. Based on Prokovief’s Peter and The Wolf, the show has many elements of Russian folklore, including a wood demon, a firebird, an ice queen, Cossacks and Bolsheviks, and even a mad monk called Disputin. 58 more words


Peter and the Wolf

Reviewed by Flossie Waite
An On The Other Hand production
At Little Angel Theatre until 8th April
For ages 4-9

My enduring memory of Peter and the Wolf… 626 more words

Children's Theatre

April Ballet of the Month: Peter and the Wolf

Peter and the Wolf is such a beloved story it’s inspired at least two major composers to render the story into song. In my class, we begin with the symphony Sergei Prokofiev composed to introduce children to the orchestra. 281 more words