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9 & 10 November
9 & 10 November
In her lifetime, Danielle has failed to be cast in a major role in musicals such as Bye Bye Birdie, Little Shop of Horrors and Bugsy Malone – instead she watched the leads from the sideline as an extra; an outsider looking in. As someone who has invested notable time studying dance, theatre and singing but has struggled to be a triple threat in the industry (or ever land a lead role in anything) the public karaoke stage has proven to be a platform where ‘dreams come true,’ resilience is exercised, and the spotlight is on whoever is brave enough to hold the microphone.
Drawing on the form of karaoke and using DIY technology, Triple Threat invites kids to move, sing and perform with confidence alongside an artist who may not excel but embraces the stage and her mediocrity nonetheless.
Join Danielle Reynolds for a low pressure, energy-filled Convent Kids session that utilises warmth and humour to encourage young participants to have fun, join in and persevere. Suitable for children aged 3+. Please note this program includes amplified music and encourages noise-making.
About Convent Kids
Supported by the City of Yarra, Convent Kids is a year-round program developed by the Abbotsford Convent Foundation (ACF) for children and families to explore and create art together. Delivered in collaboration with leading artists and educators, Convent Kids is designed to foster lifelong engagement with the arts and improve educational outcomes by firmly placing children at the centre of arts and cultural activity.
Convent Kids is supported by the City of Yarra.