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Charlotte Spins Her Web of Friendship During School Holidays

The funny and touching story of Charlotte’s Web is set to delight children this school holidays in Ingham at the TYTO Amphitheatre Saturday 10 July 2021 from 10.30am to 11.30am.

The much-loved classic tale tells the story of hero Wilbur the Pig and his relationships and triumphs meeting his friends Charlotte the Spider, Fern and farmyard characters Templeton the Rat, Sheep, Goose and Gander.

Charlotte’s Web stage production captures young hearts and inspires imaginations. The enchanting story carries timely messages about valuing friendship, loyalty, accepting differences and living a full life.

Charlotte’s Web is a heart-warming children’s fable adapted by Joseph Robinette from the classic book by E.B. White. The RAVA Productions is directed by Alison Vallette and produced by Ruth Atkinson.

RAVA Productions invited experienced and emerging artists with connections to Toowoomba to perform in Charlotte’s Web.  Actors include actor/musician Harrison Paroz (Pig Wilbur); actor Courtney Wagner (Fern, Goose); dancer/actor Jacob Watton (Templeton Rat); actor/teacher Mike Escobar (Sheep, Homer); Angela Pontin (Narrator, Gander) with singer/actor Sita Walker as the clever and beautiful spider, Charlotte.

Since 2019, this much-loved touring production, Charlotte’s Web has travelled over 2,500 kilometres captivating children in small regional Queensland centres from Dulacca to Esk.  On its latest tour, the team is travelling to larger centres and venues in North and Central Western Queensland to perform as well as conduct workshops with local school children in music, dance and acting.

Charlotte’s Web by RAVA Production is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

For more information or to RSVP please contact Council on 4776 4600 or email council@hinchinbrook.qld.gov.au.

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