蝦仔 Little Shrimp

Where do stories live? How are stories passed on from one generation to the next? Do our ancestors live within us? The show’s Cantonese title, ‘蝦仔’ (‘little shrimp’ in English), is an endearing, diminutive, and gender neutral term for a small child. Commonly used about 2 generations ago roughly around the turn of the last century, the term connotes a kinship between the child and the adult. 蝦仔 Little Shrimp is a bilingual audio play about intergenerational relationships within Chinese culture.

Creative team led by Nancy Tam & Derek Chan

AudioPLAY is Carousel Theatre for Young People’s 2020/2021 season of screen-free audio theatre designed to engage and excite. Listen in!


AudioPLAY Frequently Asked Questions can be found here

Individual Play Packs: $50 for all 3 AudioPLAY shows

Family of 4 Play Packs: $110 for all 3 AudioPLAY shows
(Additional adults: $10 per show, Additional kids: $5 per show)

Listen to the AudioPLAY Teaser here:

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Dates:

April 8, 2021 - May 2, 2021

Age Recommendation:

5+

Running Time:

30 mins

Venue:

@HOME

What To Expect:

Chinese, Cantonese, intergenerational relationships, history, legacy, lineage, bilingual, family