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PETE THE SHEEP

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Shaun the Shearer just wants to give smokin' haircuts to sheep; it's his calling. Unfortunately the other shearers on the station don't like Shaun's new-fangled ways – he even has a sheep-sheep instead of a sheep-dog! Cast from his shearing role, Shaun and his partner Pete the Sheep set up their own creative hair salon in town. Before long word is out and all the sheep in town are down for a do, and maybe even the big boys too!

Adapted by the team at Monkey Baa from the picture book by Jackie French and Bruce Whatley, Pete the Sheep is a lively and mischievous award-winning musical about individual expression, for young and old.

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TEACHER RESOURCES: PETE THE SHEEP

RACHEL PERRY, 2013

Learning experiences for students from early stage 1 to stage 2.

PETE THE SHEEP REVIEW (MONKEY BAA THEATRE, SYDNEY)

LLOYD BRADFORD SYKE, DAILY REVIEW, 31 MARCH 2014

"Never before has the Baa in Monkey Baa meant so much, to so many. And if, as a parent, you’re worried a simple story about a dying breed (shearers) holding the attention of digitised, interactive children, rest assured: the evidence at Saturday’s afternoon’s galah opening at Monkey Baa’s residential space was that kids will be every bit as entertained by sheep poo now as ever they were."

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