Jenny likes to swim with mermaids and fly to other worlds, her best friend is Ned and she loves her nanny, but when someone needs help she becomes Super Jenny.
Jenny helps her friends and family all the time, her Nanny says this makes her Super Jenny. But sometimes even super heroes need help. This pre-school children’s entertainment is engaging, fun and educational, incorporating fine and gross motor skills, Auslan sign language, singing, dancing and musical terms. Super Jenny LIVE explores sustainability, mindfulness, coastal care and encourages creativity, imaginative play and cognitive learning that goes hand in hand to enhance all children’s physical and intellectual development.
‘Monk has achieved a show that is entertaining, educational and also simply fun – which in my opinion brings it close to super’
– Witness Performance 4 Stars
“I for one look forward to learning new Auslan signs and hearing stories from Super Jenny!’s Nanna in coming episodes. Job well done Jennifer Monk and La Mama for Kids.”
Created and Performed by Jennifer Monk
Music and Lyrics by Natalie Jeffreys
Production and Costume designer by Oliver Ross
Image by Abigail Wilson at BeScene
|Dunkeld venue TBC presented by Hamilton Community House||Sunday 10th April||12pm & 1:30pm||Book here soon|
|Casterton Community Centre||Monday 11th April||12pm & 1:30pm||Book here soon|
|Hamilton Performing Arts Centre||Tuesday 12th April||12pm & 1:30pm||Book here soon|
|Simpson and District Community Centre||Wednesday 13th April||12pm & 1:30pm||Book here soon|
|Camperdown Community House||Thursday 14th April||12pm & 1:30pm||Book here soon|
|Deans Marsh Community Cottage||Tuesday 19th April||12pm & 1:30pm||Book here soon|
|Rye Community House||Wednesday 20th April||12pm & 1:30pm||Book here soon|
|Gippsland Performing Arts Centre||Thursday 21st April||10:30am & 1:30pm||Book here soon|
|Stratford Courthouse||Friday 22nd April||10:30am & 1:30pm||Book here soon|
Relaxed Performance: Intended for a family audience, this whole season will be relaxed.
Visual rating 50%: Events are partly subtitled or include dialogue, background music and/or sounds, so d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have some engagement with the event.
Aural Rating 50%: Has both sound and visual components, but sight isn’t essential to be able to engage with the event.