HERE COMES KAYA AND ROTI! “Where Are Our Friends?”
Kaya and Roti love to tell stories and sing nursery rhymes. More importantly, they love meeting new friends. But… with everyone stuck at home, what can they do? With the help of their pal Guyou, Kaya and Roti must rally together, get creative and find new ways to connect with their friends!
Playful, imaginative and engaging, HERE COMES KAYA AND ROTI! “Where Are Our Friends?” reinvents classic Mandarin nursery rhymes as a three-episode interactive family show series.
HERE COMES KAYA AND ROTI! “Where Are Our Friends?” is an extension of Practice’s award-winning work in Mandarin Theatre For Young Audiences. Get the kids off the couch with sing-alongs, improvisational storytelling, craft sessions and more, peppered with audience participation and live interactions from the cast.
The HERE COMES KAYA AND ROTI! series is part of The Nursery Rhymes Project.
The Nursery Rhymes Project preserves the classic melodies and stories we grew up loving, while offering a modern refresh for future generations. Each instalment consists of three parts: Sing Our Songs (music album), Paint Our Songs (illustrated lyric book) and Imagine Our Songs (live performance).
18.07 – 20.07.2020 (Sat – Mon): 3pm
21.07 – 23.07.2020 (Tue – Thu): 7.30pm
24.07 – 26.07.2020 (Fri – Sun): 11am
Duration: Three episodes accessed over three days; 30 mins per episode
Venue: Online – livestreaming
Ticket Price: $30
Performed in Mandarin
Recommended for ages 4 and up
Book here: herecomeskayaroti.peatix.com
Festival: M1 Patch! A (Live) Theatre Festival of Play
Kuo Jian Hong
Ang Xiao Ting (Aiyah! It’s Too Late!)
Su Chun Ying
Directors & Cast
Seong Hui Xuan
Puppet Design Team
Ang Xiao Ting
Teh Xiang Her
Music Director and Arranger
Ang Xiao Ting
Ng Mun Poh
Vester Ng Kian Soon
Lee Kow Fong
Lee Bee Bee
Lam Dan Fong
“Armed with a full suite of Mandarin nursery rhymes, stories, and plenty of energy from their cast, HERE COMES KAYA AND ROTI! represents the new wave of live children’s entertainment to hit our shores, with the amount of imagination and creativity evident in the production.” – Bakchormeeboy