A rocking, outback adventure to find the great hiccup cure
It’s a perfect, balmy night in the outback. A sleep-deprived camper, a cheeky quokka and an emu with a penchant for creating wild inventions, awake to discover that a koala has come down with a stubborn and ear-shatteringly loud case of the hiccups.
The three embark on an epic journey through the night that sees them frantically eat, sing and invent their way towards a cure before the sun comes up.
Hiccup is a hilarious rocking musical extravaganza about working together, finding friendship and how to, once and for all, stop the hiccups.
Writers, Directors Jude Henshall and Ellen Steele
Designer Jonathon Oxlade
Composer Ross McHenry
Lighting Designer Chris Petridis
Puppet Maker and Consultant Tamara Rewse
A Windmill Theatre Company Production.
Windmill Theatre Co is supported by the Government of South Australia and the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.
ENQUIRIES & BOOKINGS
To book your school group please book online or download the Creative Learning program and email it to the BREC Education Office.
BREC Education Office
T: 1300 661 272
* Please note that BREC’s Creative Learning Program is subject to change.
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“…the best children’s theatre company in the country…”
“★★★★★ Hiccup is truly an ensemble piece, with stellar actors and production team. It is a welcome and joyous return to theatre for Australian children and their families.”
“Hiccup is a winner… The kids were with them every step of the way, singing and clapping along, cheering the triumphs and lamenting the disappointments, and loving every bit of it.”
“Windmill’s performance of Hiccup! has barely begun when the theatre erupts in the giggles.”
“The set is a pastel-coloured dream… This is one case of the hiccups you’ll actually want to be near! Don’t miss the world-first run of this show.”
“Even before he speaks, the audience is laughing at Nathan O’Keefe in little orange shorts and a silver vest.”