Produced in April 2006 at Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, Fremantle
written by Damon Lockwood
Directed by Philip Mitchell
Designed by Bryan Woltjen
Composed by Lee Buddle
Lighting Design by Nicholas Higgins
Puppet Construction by Jiri Zmitko and Kipling Smith
Costumes by Cherie Hewson
Production Management, Stage Management and Technical Operation by Sharon Custers
Performed by Michael Barlow and Karen Hethey
“Join Professor Julius as he goes back to the time of the Muttaburrasaurus, a walking, talking, you-beaut, dinky-die native Australian dinosaur of 60 million years ago.
This time travelling adventure will transport you from the ancient swamps of Queensland to a new world where cockroaches dance, fly around in business suits and show some serious musical talent.
It’s exciting, dangerous and a little bit scary but most of all, very very funny!
A giant dinosaur, a spinning globe, clattering chattering skeletons, cockroach eating plants and the harmonius sounds of the cockroach chorus will ensure a fun time will be had by all.
Don’t be a drongo! We know you are flat out like a lizard drinking but come and have a captain cook!”