'Drama Gone Viral'- show touring to your school for years 4-9 students.

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Posted: 07 December 2021
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 ‘Drama Gone Viral’

Jason has to create and perform a drama for school but since he is stuck at home due to lockdown he has to make a solo…using drama conventions!*?
Luckily his Aunty, who is an actor, is in his bubble. She promises to help him and suggests he escape lockdown and 2021 through a portal. As Jason enters the portal his Aunty transforms into a Dramabot who guides him on his journey.
Jason falls through time and lands in Louis Pasteur's laboratory in 1885. He is bitten by a rabid dog and so has to be vaccinated with Louis Pasteur's revolutionary new vaccine. Advised by Dramabot he uses drama conventions to avoid tricky situations.
Jason tries to get home but ends up further back in time in Shakespeare's Globe Theatre where he is thrust into playing Juliet in Shakespeare’s up and coming play. He glimpses life in London in 1603, narrowly avoids death in a sword fight and as the bubonic plague strikes and the theatre closes, he escapes.
On his way home he meets the ‘Father of Immunity’, Dr Jenner, and the man with cows growing out of his body.
The borders to 2021 are shut and the only way through is to perform a one-minute solo.  Jason accepts the challenge and makes it home.
‘Drama Gone Viral’ features comedy, drama ‘how-to’, science history, and adventure. 

Health and Safety

All performers are double vaccinated and we will send proof of vaccination at the time of booking. 

Show Suitability Years 4 to 9

Duration 50 minutes

Costs $5 per child (+GST) Minimum audience 130 students.

Praise For 'Monarch'

Our touring show 'Monarch' won Playmarket NZ's 'Plays For The Young' competition 2021.

Further information

Contact: Beth Kayes

 (027) 462 5401