Tiger Tale by Barrowland Ballet

An Enchanting Performance for Young Audiences

Performace Synopsis: “Something wild is prowling… A troubled family’s world turns upside down when a tiger invades their home. Tiger Tale/Playful Tiger are two productions of the same story: one for general audiences, and one tailored for Children and Young People with autism [respectively].”

Check out the video above for some of the audience reactions from the performance at the ASSITEJ Artistic Gathering 2019 in Kristiansand.

Tiger Tale was co-created by Natasha Gilmore and Robert Alan Evans. It was directed by Robert Alan Evans, choreographed by Natasha Gilmore, and performed by Jade Adamson, Kai-Wen Chuang, and Vince Virr.

Eliot Moleba is a Johannesburg-based scholar, playwright, and director. He is one of the founding members of PlayRiot, a collective of playwrights committed to telling bold, contemporary South African stories. Moleba’s work explores social issues and how they (re)shape young people’s lives. He is now producing a ten-part series of artistic productions under the theme “The War You Don’t See”, looking at how global conflicts and migration impact and/or affect children’s lives. He was the resident dramaturg at The South African State Theatre, and is currently enrolled for a PhD in Theatre Directing at The Oslo National Academy of the Arts.