Little red ridding hood
''don't speak with strangers''
Little Red Riding Hood went to see her grandmother. The wolf in the forest, tricks her into taking a longer path while he goes to the house first, swallows the grandmother, and pretends to be her when Red arrives. He also swallows Red, but then both of them are rescued by the woodcutter who slices open the wolf's belly to let them out. The wolf goes far away to never be seen again.
storytellers AND ACTORS
Maira Belati as the Grandmother, Little Red Ridding Hood and the Woodcutter
Antonio Martinez as the Mother
and the Wolf
Production, Scenography and Direction: Maíra Belati and Antonio Martinez
Earliest performed in 2011
English, Portuguese and Spanish version
Duration: 35 min
To be performed in any conventional room
For school bookings visit the IACM webpage
Groups of 20 to 25 kids, between 3 and 8 years old
In Taipa's Library/ Saint Laurence's Library
For general public bookings please go to Inquires