A photo of a person with blue hair and orange tentacle like fingers placed on the side of their face.

Something in the Water: For Kids

• Theatre
Canada • Australian Premiere
Grumms doesn't see themselves in the Barbies or G.I Joes they play with. Instead, they find solace in their superhero comic books. When Grumms transforms into a horrible squid-like monster (think Creature from the Black Lagoon meets The Muppets) they must hide their secret identity and disguise as a 'normal, human woman'. Cartoonish chaos ensues, and only by being their true self can Grumms become the superhero they've always wanted to be.
Superhero or horrible monster?
You decide.

Puppets, superpowers and hilarious physical comedy combine in this absurd award-winning comedy - only this time it's for the whole family.

★★★★★ "I can't recommend this play enough." The Star Phoenix.
"Outrageously unconventional" Orlando Weekly.
"Profound, honest & hilarious" Theatre in London.

Want the adult version? Check out Something in the Water

Presented by: Scantily Glad Theatre

Scantily Glad Theatre is the new and exciting voice of queer & feminist comedy from Canada. Founded in 2014, we strive to make empowering queer shows by telling stories often overlooked by mainstream theatre. Our shows: "SCUM: a manifesto", "Pack Animals", "Something in the Water" and "Girl in the Box" have toured across North America to critical success and sold-out audiences.

S.E. Grummett (they/them) is a white settler trans artist from Saskatchewan, Canada. After being stuck in Australia since last year’s Adelaide Fringe, Grummett has been hunkering down in Melbourne. Grumms also performs as part of the award-winning musical clown duo: Pack Animals.

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