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Odd One Out – Capital E's National Theatre for Children

Classroom resources New Zealand (nationwide)

Posted: 15 February 2018
Notice reference #: 1H9hNr

Capital E is proud to announce our brand new National Theatre for Children production, Odd One Out. For 21 years we have been providing high-quality, thought-provoking theatre experiences for schools and early childhood audiences.

Three curious characters live a busy life in a world where everything has a purpose and place…until one day, an Odd character arrives and things start to change.

In this non-verbal performance your tamariki will experience a new world through the vibrant and bubbly characters and discover with the characters that being different isn’t bad. In fact, it can be exciting!

Coming soon - fantastic classroom resources to support the Odd One Out learning experience.

Curriculum links:

Te Whāriki themes around belonging – understanding how things work and being able to adapt to change, and showing respect for kaupapa, rules and rights of others are explored; contribution – treating others fairly and including them in play, using a range of ways to play and learn with others; and exploration – where the characters make sense of their world through reasoning and problem solving

Primary School Curriculum links include Social Sciences, with characters understanding that people have different roles and responsibilities as part of their participation in groups, and Health and Physical Education themes of learning how to demonstrate respect through sharing and cooperating in groups and how friends develop interpersonal skills by expressing their ideas, needs and wants.

Carterton, 1 May

Palmerston North, 3 May

Napier, 7–8 May

Gisborne, 11 May

Tauranga, 18 May

Kerikeri, 22 May

Whangarei, 24–25 May

North Shore, 1 June

Hamilton, 6–7 June

Whakatane, 11 June

Taupo, 14 June

New Plymouth, 18 June

Blenheim, 22 June

Nelson, 25 June

Timaru, 29 June

Christchurch, 31 July–1 August

Oamaru, 27 July

Dunedin, 3 July

Invercargill, 24 July

Events summary

New Zealand (nationwide)

01 May 2018 – 24 July 2018

Further information

Contact: Ruby Armstrong-Kooy

 (04) 913 3742