This hilarious Musical has a timeless setting that switches between modern day and biblical times.
Meet poor Noah who is counting sheep because he cannot sleep, a Guardian angel from Jamaica who is new to the job and has no idea what to do, Noah’s strong willed wife and sensible daughter, an Animaltologist who is crazy but clever, and of course an ensemble of animals - and join them on an adventure to build an ark! These wonderfully wacky characters and several others keep the audience captivated as the story of Noah unfolds before their eyes with twists and turns and downright ridiculousness adding to an immensely enjoyable show.
Expect to laugh cry and become part of “Noah THE MUSICAL”
This show is suitable for all ages. We recommend that adults play the cameo roles of two ice creams and the Moa. The Stage Manager also gets the opportunity to appear.
With 8 lead roles and up to 39 speaking parts this adaptable show has been written for a cast of between 45-300+. Ideal for your Primary School Musical. The show duration is approximately 80-100 minutes. Price:
Short Length Show - $NZD 600.00 ($USD 410.00, $AUD 540.00, €360.00, $CAD 530.00, £290.00, $ZAR 5900)
Full Length Show - $NZD 800.00 ($USD 550.00, $AUD 720.00, €480.00, $CAD 710.00, £385.00, $ZAR 7900)
I teach at a large primary school with a roll close to 400. My task as the Director of the school production meant I had to showcase our senior students as well as ensuring every student in the school was also on stage performing at some point. What made this production possible was the support I had from Monica from the very beginning with ideas and she was happy for me to adapt the script where needed, which gave me flexibility when casting. The children were quick to pick up the lyrics of all the songs as they were catchy with great tunes. Even though it was a cast of 400 ‘Noah’ was incredibly fun and the children loved it. Parents and staff raved about the show and could not believe how amazing it was. Perfect Primary School Musical!
-Erin Kreft, St Joseph’s, Papanui, Christchurch, New Zealand
Our elder grand-daughter was in a production in Aspendale, Victoria, Australia. I timed my visit from the UK so that I could see her in her first school production. I loved the music and the original telling of this well-known Bible story. The children obviously enjoyed performing it and it was a very memorable evening.