MEMBERS of Canberra’s Griffyn Ensemble are keen to continue one of the most extraordinary exercises in music making ever seen in the nation’s capital. “We’ve transformed satellite dishes, PVC pipes, foot pumps, balloons, skis, tin […]
“BECAUSE we’re bears, not hippopotums, we’ve got bear feet and we’ve got bear bottoms,” the three bears – Jim Adamik, Kiki Skountzos and Tim Sekuless – rejoiced at The Q this morning as they waggled their rear ends at a young preview audience.
“We’ve got bear heads and bear noses, bear feet and bear toeses/It doesn’t really matter what clothes we wear, ‘cos every little bit of us is bear, ” they continued, before leaving the stage to Amy Dunham as a very hungry Goldilocks.
It was, of course, the media preview of Peter Best’s musical “Goldilocks and the Three Bears,” revived this week at The Q by his director daughter Jordan Best.
This gentle show is for the very young, but who doesn’t like a bear or three?
“Goldilocks and the Three Bears”, at The Q, Queanbeyan Performing Arts Centre, January 19-23, bookings to 6285 6290 or theq.net.au