“Tickles the heart strings as much as the funny-bone”
–Metro Herald (Dublin)
from Dublin, Ireland
Peggy and her parents are packers. They pack fruit into tins, foxes into boxes, even the longest word in the dictionary into a single breath. They pack a lot into every day. But, one day, when the phone stops ringing and the jobs stop coming, the real adventure begins. Storyteller extraordinaire Louis Lovett single-handedly guides us through every epic high and lowly low, switching seamlessly from hero to villain and man to mouse. Written by Finegan Kruckemeyer and directed by Lynne Parker, THE GIRL WHO FORGOT TO SING BADLY is a fantastical yarn about a young heroine with the voice of an angel (an angel who can't sing at all) who knows it's up to her to save the day and rescue her entire city. A “truly humorous, emotive and explosively creative piece of drama” (Herald Scotland), this winsome production hits one heck of a high note.
“A tremendously entertaining one-man show ”
“The entire show hums with nimble, explanatory intelligence, captivating attentions and keeping pace
with restless imaginations.”
–The Irish Times