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Review: The Snow Queen – Theatre Simple

Ostensibly for children this adaptation of the Hans Christian Anderson fable is expertly crafted by the people at Theatre Simple.

Taking multifarious roles the five actors weave this tale of love and courage, taking us on a young girl’s journey as she attempts to save her close friend from the snow queen.

It is a story of growing up, of finding independence, and of living with a honest heart.

Theatre Simple have taken this basic premise and turned it into something quite delightful. The afternoon I watched the kids and adults alike were enthralled as the actors with the simplest of changes created the world of the snow queen in front of us.

Indeed it is children’s theatre, but I defy even the most cynical of oldies to enjoy it.

Show watched 14th March 2010. Played during the Adelaide fringe.

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