This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing
What happens when your world is turned upside down and you have to find your own way? On a dark and cold night, triplet sisters are abandoned in a forest by their father and three resolutions are made.
What happens when your world is turned upside down and you have to find your own way? On a dark and cold night, triplet sisters are abandoned in a forest by their father and three resolutions are made. The first sister walks in one direction to find purpose, the second walks the opposite way to find adventure and the third stays right where she is, believing her life should be built from this spot.
Over many years having grown forests, baked cakes, saved villages, sang songs, crossed oceans, fought Vikings and built homes… the sisters, now women, meet back in the forest where it all started.
The tenacious trio at the heart of this contemporary fairytale inspire audiences with their determination, faith in one another and in themselves. Directed by Jemima Levick, Artistic Director of Stellar Quines, this is a story that will empower and encourage us to create our own journeys and follow our dreams.
Prolific playwright Finegan Kruckemeyer’s play has been staged in many countries and languages and has been adapted into a book.
Recommended for ages 7+
Co-produced by Imaginate and Stellar Quines, and funded through the Scottish Government’s Festivals Expo Fund.
The schools programme is now available to book.
Imaginate is the national organisation in Scotland, which promotes, develops and celebrates theatre and dance for children and young people. Imaginate wants more children in Scotland to experience work that is deeply engaging, innovative and inspiring.
The organisation supports artists with a year-round programme of creative development, including events, training, residencies, mentoring and special projects.
Imaginate also produces the Edinburgh International Children’s Festival which showcases the best of children’s theatre and dance from around the world and is recognized as one of the best places for international programmers to see work of the very highest standard.
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