Alice drops in on Hatter’s Tea Party where the audience has helped to set up for the party.
Together, Alice, Hatter, Rabbit and the audience find out what it is to make new friends and try to make the party a success, but at some point the party will have to end. Or does it?
This interactive digital dance experience targets children aged 4-9 years and their parent/caregiver.
The children and adults should feel like they are characters in Alice’s Picnic-style Tea party, as they are integral to the performance experience.
About The Kueh Tutus
The Kueh Tutus are a collaborative team of creatives (dancers, artists, musicians and designers) who followed their noses into exploring dance works for children. Each individual has spent hours extensively creating dances with, teaching and playing with children. Brought together by choreographer Melissa Quek, they combined their super-powers of productive curiosity to enter the Singapore scene in 2017, and their playful engagement with music and movement captured the hearts of parents and children alike.
They were soon invited to present their work at festivals such as Octoburst! at Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, Got to Move and Singapore Writers’ Festival. They also began to workshop and develop new dances at The Artground where they have been in the Groundbreakers Incubation Programme for 2018 and 2019. They have been lauded as having the ability to unlock the imagination and feed a desire for discovery.
Image Credit: Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay