The Theatre Practice Education Project presents The Nursery Rhymes Project: Imagine Our Songs, a re-invention of classic children’s nursery rhymes in the form of a mini jukebox musical featuring short stories deftly crafted by Mandopop lyricist Xiaohan, and arranged by local leading musician Julian Wong. Brought to you by the creative team of award-winning children’s musical The wee Question Mark and the Adventurer (Best Production for the Young, Life Theatre Awards 2016), and Day I Met the Prince, The Nursery Rhymes Project: Imagine Our Songs will have children humming along to classics like The Little White Boat, and The More We Get Together. We hope that their childhood will be dotted with fond memories of the Chinese language.
Conceived by The Theatre Practice’s Artistic Director Kuo Jian Hong, The Nursery Rhymes Project: Imagine Our Songs is more than a performance. It is an innovative approach to help children embrace the Chinese language at a tender age.
Be it in a classroom, or right inside your living room, this high-energy, interactive show invites you to sing, dance and groove along!
The Nursery Rhymes Project: Imagine Our Songs is now open for school and private bookings. The show can be customised to accommodate different audience size and durational needs. It can also be adjusted for audiences with various sensitivity or access needs.
For bookings and enquiries
Tel: 6337 2525
The most important aspect of an arts education for a child is its integration within culture itself. Culture sets forth the foundation on which a country is built upon: its direction, pathways and values. The education of arts and culture very much emphasizes the development of character.
Goh Lay Kuan | Co-Founder / Artistic Advisor