Llama Llama Sneak Preview!

Jennifer Kirkeby, Seth Skogerboe

This post is intended to whet your appetite for Jennifer Kirkeby’s guest post tomorrow about adapting Anna Dewdney’s Llama Llama Red Pajama for the stage.

I am grateful to Jennifer (and to the photographer, Bruce Challgren) for allowing me to use these photos on my blog.

Sit back, get ready — the curtain is about to open!


 

Seth Skogerboe, Jennifer Kirkeby

 …time for sleep…

Gretchen Emo, Emma Shine, Seth Skogerboe, Jennifer Kirkeby

 …read a story…

Maddie Turk, Clare Judge, Emma Shine, Seth Skogerboe, Alaina Rivera, Grant Cohen

Baby Llamas out of bed!

Emma Shine, Seth Skogerboe

Stomp and pout! Jump and shout!

Seth Skogerboe, Jennifer Kirkeby

…Mama’s here now…

Maddie Turk, Joanna Burr, Clare Judge, Jill Sandagar, Emma Shine, Gretchen Emo, Jennifer Kirkeby, Seth Skogerboe, Michelle Christina Delgado, Alaina Rivera, Nikki Swoboda, Grant Cohen

Take a bow!

Llama Llama Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney

adapted for the stage by Jennifer Kirkeby

set design by Joe Stanley

All photos by Bruce Challgren, PhotoPixels.com. Used by permission. Please do not copy.

 

12 Comments

  1. Oh, this looks wonderful! Can’t wait to read tomorrow’s post!

    1. You’ll enjoy it, I’m sure!

    1. They are, aren’t they? I so wish I could have seen this performance!

  2. I bet this will be FANTASTIC! I LOVE the Llama Llama books. They are total “ear-worms.” Once I get them in my head, I cannot get them out.

    We have a local children’s theater that performs children’s books as well. It is excellent! My kids and I enjoy the performances immensely. We would love to have Llama Llama performed at our local theater.

    1. Oh wonderful! I love that there are so many children’s theaters around!

  3. Beautiful and colorful sets. Kids will love this. Look forward to your post tomorrow!

    1. Thanks, Pat! It looks like fun, doesn’t it?

  4. How wonderful! I recall sitting at a friend’s house, the children gathered on the floor and Llama Llama being read in great dramatic fashion by a school teacher friend of ours. Great to see it being adapted for the stage.

    1. Oh, that reading sounds wonderful! Some people read so very well. I think you’re going to enjoy Jennifer’s post tomorrow!

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