Three actors are joined by several puppet creatures.
'Wood's mission to catch theatregoers young is worth it, and these infants - not one of whom screamed, grumbled, or demanded the lavatory - now know that a theatre is an exciting place where safe adventures happen and grown-ups want to play.' The Times, 14th July 2010.
' ... a clever as well as charming show .... it's all much more fun than simply an all-the-year-round natural history lesson as a caterpillar turns into a butterfly, a tadpole grows up into a frog, bees buzz round in search of honey, a stream ripples and flowers bloom in their season. The music encourages singalong ...' Whatsonstage, 31st May 2010.
'... runs sweet as a nut .... David Wood has a gift for making his storybook shows an all-enveloping experience ... exuberant and reassuringly familiar, this is a cheerfully inclusive introduction to the theatre for the very young.' The Stage, 24th May 2010.
The play is as yet unpublished. All rights controlled by Casarotto Ramsay Ltd.