Picture of The Frog Prince
A trio of young performers with wide jovial smiles at camera: a young man is dressed as a rat wearing a leather jacket, rat ears and tail, another young man dressed as a frog inspired by punk steam fashion, and a young woman dressed in frilly pink skirt and pink denim jacket.
A trio of young performers with wide jovial smiles at camera: a young man is dressed as a rat wearing a leather jacket, rat ears and tail, another young man dressed as a frog inspired by punk steam fashion, and a young woman dressed in frilly pink skirt and pink denim jacket.

The Frog Prince

State Opera South Australia presents a new show aiming to get young children familiar with the artform of opera and learn a few lessons along the way.

The Frog Prince is a modern retelling of the classic Grimm tale, where a spoilt princess encounters a sassy frog and an unlikely friendship blossoms. They embark on a fantastical and uplifting journey, learning lessons about friendship and the importance of looking after the environment along the way.
 
The show features a variety of popular operatic arias from composers including Mozart, Rossini and Bizet, where lyrics have been transformed and translated to English to captivate and wow young audiences. 

AUSLAN INTERPRETED PERFORMANCE on Saturday 16 March at 10am
Auslan is the sign language of the Australian Deaf community, providing access for those who are deaf or hard of hearing. This performance is provided thanks to the support of The Growing Space.

RELAXED PERFORMANCE on Sunday 17 March at 10am
The performance includes:
·        a sensory-friendly break out space
·        children seated on the floor in front of the performance area are welcome to bring along a cushion
·        there is plenty of space to move around or leave the room without disrupting other patrons’ experience
·        a free visual storybook (social story) available for download to discuss the experience with your child

TACTILE TOUR UPON REQUEST
These audio-described tours involving touch and sound exploration of the elements of the show for people who are blind or have a vision impairment. Tactile tours are available before selected performances upon request. If you would like to book one, please contact info@stateopera.com.au

Option for children to be seated on floor in front of the performance area.

Kids and Family • Musical theatre
Australia • SA Premiere

Sat, 16 Mar - Sun, 17 Mar

60 min

Adelaide Botanic High School Gym

$19 to $29

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