Holy Rosary School presents What’s The Crime Mr Wolf?
Monday, 30 October 2023 at 7pm
Presented by Holy Rosary School
Under the watchful eye of Lord Feathers of Eiderdown, Fabletown's Forest Court meets to bring charges against Mr Wolf for his dastardly deeds. The prosecutors, Mr Hugh Mann and his assistant, Justin Case, call a range of characters to give evidence from Johnny Mole (secret agent) to the Three Little Pigs and Red Riding Hood. But are the well-known characters of fairy-tale just what they seem? And how can a non-vegetarian human accuse a wolf of being a meat eater?
In this courtroom comedy we have wacky, singing squirrels as clerks of the court; Sergeant Trunk, Constable Twig and police dog Bark from Special Branch giving evidence; protesters more interested in pizza meal deals than protesting and secret agents that self-destruct.
Even the audience are part of the trial - they are the jury and must decide whether the verdict is guilty or not guilty!
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