Term 3: The Three Little Endangered Animals
PRIMARY P TO YEAR 7
This entirely interactive, installation based production empowers the audience to work alongside three of Australia’s most loved animals.
Bilby, Cassowary and their friend Dugong are content building their homes when they are interrupted by a deafening voice, “I’ll huff and I’ll puff and a-rat-a-tat-tat until I destroy your habitat!”
Play, see, touch and learn with Bilby, Cassowary and Dugong. Can we work together to save their disappearing habitats and friends?
Explore the world of The Three Little
Pigs Endangered Animals and discover real present day Aussie battlers.
SCIENCE: Scientific Understanding (Biological sciences)
GENERAL CAPABILITIES: Critical and creative thinking, Ethical behavior, Personal and social competence
CROSS-CURRICULUM PRIORITIES: Sustainability
THE ARTS (drama)
SOSE (place and space)
THEMES AND CONTEXTS
Endangered Australian animals
Animal and human habitats
Cooperation Commonalities and differences
$6 per student ($15 for families of three or more).
Minimum charge $600 + GST. Teachers and parents free.
Schools (under 100) that can't raise the min. charge may be eligible for a Small School Subsidy.
An indoor venue guarantees a better performance
This is completely interactive performance/workshop therefore the performance space and audience seating are integrated
Minimum 7m wide x 5m deep and 2.5m high performance space required plus sufficient audience space
Writer: Alex McCallum
Producer: Queensland Arts Council
Developed and staged with the assistance of the Jani Haenke Charitable Trust