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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


Good Guy Helps me Understand me

“Good Guy” Garrett Golden and I went to the mountains this week.

While we were there, I asked him to read one of the essays I had published. 43 more words


Especially for Families


Nurturing Your Child with Music

By John M. Ortiz
Book Review by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat

John Ortiz’s life has been steeped in music. 2,160 more words


Childhood tale Peter and the Wolf comes to life in yesterday's show at the Orpheum

The Vancouver Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra (VAMSO) presents the timeless symphonic tale of Peter and the Wolf. The story of a boy outwitting a wolf came to life with over 100 musicians, young dancers from Goh Ballet, and narration from Bard on the Beach’s Christopher Gaze. 216 more words