Kiwis and Puppies at the Hannah

Woof and welcome back to my blog about the Hannah. We've been soo busy, I've struggled to find to blog and our staff have been running around like they have 2 left paws! Hmmm, I have 2 left paws... Anyway, we had a furtastic time during the New Zealand Festival. All of our shows were NZ work and we love supporting kiwis - I don't even chase them, (birds that fly are really fun to chase though, but I'm not sure how they get so high off the ground... crazy things)!

As you can see, I had a great time with the cast of Bless The Child. The lead actress Carrie Green, is one of my favourite actresses - I have known her since I was a little puppy and we keep tabs on each others careers.

 Hanging out at the Hannah with the cast of Bless The Child, February 2018

Hanging out at the Hannah with the cast of Bless The Child, February 2018

After a busy season of Bless The Child, Wild Dogs Under My Skirt came in. I was a bit nervous about having welcoming wild dogs into my theatre, but they didn't actually have any dogs with them - very confusing. 

 With the cast of Wild Dogs Under My Skirt, March 2018

With the cast of Wild Dogs Under My Skirt, March 2018

The cast were lovely and held the audience in the palm of their hands. I can't do that, being that I have paws. We finished the NZ Festival with Mechanical Ballet. There were instruments right across the stage. I had to stay out of the way, as some of the instruments played themselves and I didn't want to get my tail caught. There were four pianos! I'm not great at playing piano, my paws are too big. My staff at the Hannah are not really keen on me singing either for some reason. I'm really good at projecting my voice - must be all the time I've spent around opera singers...

There's lots more to tell, but I'll keep it until next week. Until our next cue....

Breta

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