School Show : Hug The Tree

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Endorsed by the National Arts Council Arts Education Programme (NAC-AEP) and is eligible for the Tote Board Arts Grant subsidy

Suitable for children aged 5 and above

Pre-school & Primary

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English (Online Streaming)

Tote Board Arts Grant is applicable for schools


Long ago in India, there lived a girl named Amrita who loved the trees. She promised to protect them like how they had protected her home from the desert sandstorm.

But when the powerful king ordered for more wood for his fortress, can Amrita keep her promise and find the courage to brave the woodcutters’ sharp axes to protect the trees and her home?

Hug the Tree is inspired by an old Indian folktale, where a group of villagers in The Chipko movement, stood united to save trees from being felled.

Puppets: Modern Bunraku and Object Puppetry.

  • A woodcutter interacting with children audience holding leaves props as trees in Hug The Tree School Show by Paper Monkey Theatre
  • Four actors facing audience in library setting in Hug The Tree School Show by The Paper Monkey Theatre
  • Actors interacting with audience in library setting in School Show Hug The Tree by Paper Monkey
  • A Caucasian girl holding leaves of the trees interacting with three woodcutter actors in Hug The Tree

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