We offer a variety of shows for different levels of students. Whatever the level, each show is conceived with the audience in mind, the language is age appropriate, and often involves participation! We devise and adapt plays that will captivate your students, based on stories and characters from English-speaking culture.

We perform in theatres in Paris or we can come and perform in your school, or at your local theatre/cultural centre. Click on the show you’re interested in, and follow the steps for booking.

Each show comes with a downloadable teaching guide to help prepare the students for the show.

The Wicked Witch of the Waste

CM2-5e

The beautiful and colourful Land of Oz is in danger! The Wicked Witch of the Waste is a personified pollutant. She is destroying Oz and it’s slowly turning black and grey. Even the famous yellow brick road is disappearing and Lionel the Cowardly Lion has lost his...

Dr Seuss & Co.

6e-3e

Who ever heard of a writer of children’s books that is scared of children and a doctor who is not? Meet Ted, a world famous children’s author with a severe case of writer’s block. Will he ever write another story again? Filled with original music, madcap rhymes and...

My Mum’s Generation

3e-Lycée

Emily dreams of becoming a rock star in her bedroom every night, but knows her singing is not up to scratch. Her loud imitations of Kurt Cobain infuriate her mother, as does her rebellious temperament. Her mother isn’t sure if she’s just being a teenager or if...

Snow White’s Black Heart

CM2-5e

In this traditional fairy tale with a modern twist, Snow White is the fairest girl in the land – but also a rebellious teen. Her fed-up, vile stepmother, the Queen, hires a rookie huntsman to take the princess into the woods and bring back her heart. Can...

Animal Crackers

CM2-5e

Outside the gates of Madam M’s Private Zoo, Mister P, our hero, is in a panic. Madam M’s prized bird has escaped during the storm…and Madam M is coming! Mister P has to stop Madam M from discovering this terrible catastrophe. Inspired by Rudyard Kipling’s Just So...

The Pied Piper (solo)

4e-2e

In 1284, 130 children disappeared from Hamelin town. Out of this real event, the legend of the Pied Piper was born. A dark morality tale passed on orally, written down by the Brother’s Grimm and transformed into poetry by Robert Browning. This irresistible retelling of the Pied...