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Join us at the royal ball for this fun new musical, featuring original songs by P. Haines-Ainsworth & Terence Levitt. Charles Perrault's romantic version inspired our fresh adaptation. Vocals by: Katie Moya, Nick Edmondson, Mary Hould, Morgan Dietkus, Kyla Roberts, Samantha Victor, & Jenna Jordan.
We're celebrating our second season of episodes by featuring some of the most popular fables told by the Greek storyteller, Aesop. Favorite Fables is a series of short episodes with one or two fables in each episode.
For ages 4+; 14 min.
Winking Kat has just posted their most recent episode, a musical adaptation of the familiar fable, "The Tortoise and the Hare". Perfect for young listeners age 3 to adult. Full of fun new songs and familiar characters.
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Winking Kat has adapted this classic Greek myth into a fun and light musical about the Greek hero Hercules (Heracles) and one of the twelve labors he is assigned to do by the Oracle of Delphi. Standing in his way is the goddess, Hera, who does everything in her power to make sure Hercules doesn't succeed. Helping our hero is his half-sister, Athena, and a host of mythological creatures,
Be sure to listen to both parts 1 & 2 for the whole story.
Danny Miller (Yorka), Jennifer Makenas (Prim), Tristan Carruthers (Balfour), Pat Haines-Ainsworth (Grandmother/Tala), Adrian Cerrato (Isko). Piano - Terence Alaric Levitt
"The Day Zero Left Dodge" is a fun and original musical with a Wild West flair. It revolves around what would happen if, one day, Zero leaves town. All the other resident numbers find that they can no longer count past nine because Zero isn't there to allow them to jump into the ten's or hundred's place. Things get worse when Crazy Eight comes into town. The sheriff wants to put him on trial for stealing Rancher Seven's sheep, but he can't count our twelve numbers for the jury because he can't count past nine. Will Eight get away with the crime? Will Zero ever come back to Dodge? You'll just have to listen to find out. For audiences 7 & up (including pun-loving, math nerdy adults). approx. 32 min. copyright ©2019 by Winking Kat Books.
Daisy Whistlewhite always goes to Kensington Gardens with her Aunt Claire every Thursday. But this Thursday as they wait for the Underground train, something is different. Daisy and the waiting passengers all share a special moment when they become more than strangers. And it's all thanks to a little grey mouse