BAA’s multi-talented Barrie Hunter will not only direct, but play up to seven dames in a quick-change frenzy in this year’s Perth panto. Directed by Perth Theatre’s artistic director Lu Kemp, families can expect the usual fun, laughter, songs and silliness from Snow White and the Seven Dames.
Snow White never asked to be beautiful. She never asked to be given a name that reduces her to her perfect complexion. It’s particularly embarrassing now that she has a bout of acne.
Since her father married that awful witch, she spends hours alone in her room. When her evil stepmother makes her first attempt on Snow White’s life, Snow White decides it’s time for a change. She’s going undercover and in disguise: Snow White, no more! Aided and abetted by not one but SEVEN dames she must defeat her stepmother, regain the kingdom and find her true name!
Whistle up your best booing, hissing and singing voices and help Snow White and friends live happily ever after in Perth Theatre’s dame-tastic family panto!
Runs Fri 30 Nov – Sat 5 Jan
For tickets and more information, click here.
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