The Story Collective includes a range of inspiring performers to produce quality interactive theatre for families.

Currently presenting

Señor Rabbit

Come into the Amazon jungle this January with the bilingual delight, Señor Rabbit. Based on a popular Colombian folk tale, this is a heart-warming adventure about believing in yourself.
Told by the internationally acclaimed storyteller, Lillian Rodrigues-Pang. Original music played live on stage by Ann Lehmann-Kuit and Alison Garvie.
Prepare for adventure, singing, dancing and moments of sheer joy.

Señor Rabbit has played at Monkey Baa Theatre, Phoenix Theatre, Riverside Theatres, Casula Powerhouse and Merrigong Theatre.

Curious Jac

Jac is full of questions. She is curious about everything, but somehow answers only lead to more questions! She wants to know how mountains were made, what can the trees see, how do we smile, why is the moon so large when it rises, why does the turtle have cracks on its back?
What happens when Jac asks one question too many?
Come on this magical adventure with Jac as she travels the continents and discovers the answers to her questions through the magic of music and storytelling. I am happy to be presenting this show with the wonderful musicians Alison Garvie and Ann Lehmann-Kuit. In English with some Spanish, Hindi and Twi language. You will be transported.

Spot on Childrens Festival, 2016
Riverside Theatres, Parramatta
29 and 30 of September
For performance times, including the Relaxed Performance go to the webpage

Members of The Story Collective

Ann Lehmann-Kuit
Music therapist, creativity worker, multi-instrumentalist, music teacher and Stiener practitioner.

Alison Garvie
Multi-instrumentalist, music teacher, band master, band camp coordinator for the Illawarra region.

Jiah Pang
12 year old saxophone and trumpet player.

Nicola Pang
11 year old flute and percussion player

Lillian Rodrigues-Pang
Storyteller, writer, producer.

Kaija Upenieks
Chelo player, teacher and singer with the voice of an angel.


“ is a highly infectious, interactive family show and was great fun for anyone with children 12 years or under. Quite frankly, it's fun for adults too but don't tell your kids that. An hour of laughter and fun for the whole family. ”
Weekend Notes, 2015

“ I enjoyed this show very much. One forgets how captivating storytelling can be...”
S. Vukelja, Monkey Baa Theatre

“ a very animated performance and involved every age in the audience! I was even laughing. ”
E. Valencia

“ such a thrill to give my 3yo the experience of performance storytelling and watching the joy on her face when invited to participate. ”
I. Campagnoni