Jub’s job is important and she’s very proud of it. She collects and sends out the Happy Endings from all the stories in the world in time for everybody’s bedtime. But one night she is caught by a wicked witch who steals the Happy Endings. Wiser and cleverer than the witch, Jub dreams up a perfect plan to outwit her, and like all good fairytales, this one has a happy ending.
A delightful show with puppets, music, sign song, integrated BSL and creative captioning.
A model of inclusion and diversity on the mainstream stage. Great fun, loads of pazzaz and oodles of razzle dazzle.
The Lost Happy Endings is a truly compelling, surprising and beautiful story for children of all ages adapted by Red Earth Theatre from the book by Award-Winning Poet Laureate, Carol Ann Duffy.
mac Birmingham 2012
Creative and Production Team
Written and Directed by Wendy Rouse and Amanda Wilde
Designer – Laura McEwen
Lighting Designer – Lizzie Moran
Puppetry Director – Sean Myatt
Sound Designer – Dan Jones
Choreographer – Joanne Moven
Production Manager – Frances Rice
Stage Manager – Sarah Ware & Patricia Davenport
Company BSL Interpreters – Karen Perry & Jessica Heller
Graphic Design – Dominic Mallin
Costume Maker – Kay Wilton
Set Construction – Andy Martin
Props Maker – Emma Thompson
Design Student – Natalie Hogan & Elizabeth Howell
Photography – Robert Day