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Stuck written by Oliver Jeffers
Played 8 - 28 May, 2017 at PJ Live Arts @ Jaya One
Played 10 & 11 May, 2017 at Auditorium A @ Komtar, Penang
Directed by Adam Bampton-Smith   
Presented by
Gardner & Wife Theatre Produced by Natalie Chong
Big Wooden Horse STUCK! The Big Wooden Horse Theatre Company's beautifully simple but totally engrossing version of Oliver Jeffers STUCK! Adapted for the stage by Adam Bampton-Smith and performed by the original UK cast, Sam Hoye and Grace Alexander-Scott, it entertained school audiences for three weeks both in Penang and PJ! The Big Wooden Horse's first show with us, but not their last!

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Cast pic - Aaron Teoh
It all begins when Floyd gets his kite stuck in a tree...

He throws up his shoe to shift it, but that gets stuck too. So he throws up his other shoe and that gets stuck along with…  the cat, a ladder, a pot of paint, the kitchen sink, an orang-utan and a whale, amongst other things!

Will Floyd ever get his kite back???

Limited Stuck picture book now available for sale (pictured right)
CASTCast pic - Aaron TeohAaron Teoh as Floyd
Aaron graduated with a degree in Theatre from the University of Tasmania. He is currently Head of Performing Arts at Dwi Emas International School. Performance credits include Craig in “Jade” (2017), “If Music Be The Food Of Love, Jazz On” (2016), “We Very Christmas” (2016), “The Best of Sondheim; Abridged” (2015), Michael in “Tick, Tick… Boom!” (2015), Nanki-Poo in “The Mikado” (2014), Charley Kringas in “Merrily We Roll Along” (2014), and Man 1 in “Songs For A New World” (2013). Nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role at the BOH Cameronian Arts Awards 2015 and once more for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in 2016.

Cast pic - Safia HanifahSafia Hanifah as Mum
Safia is a freelance performer based in Kuala Lumpur. Notable stage roles include: Datin Seri in “Dato’ Seri”, A Malay adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” (The Actor’s Studio), The Cat in the Hat in “Seussical!” (Enfiniti Academy), Harriet in Zak Zebra’s “Malaysian Safari” (Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre), Ulla in “The Producers” (PAN Productions), Jackie in “Dreaming Outside the Box” (Yayasan Sime Darby), Norizan understudy in “P.Ramlee The Musical” (Enfiniti Vision Media). She was most recently seen in I Theatre’s “The Ant and the Grasshopper” in Singapore.
Adam Bampton-SmithAdam Bampton-Smith (Adaptation/Director)
Adam is artistic director of Big Wooden Horse Theatre Company which he founded in 2004 to create theatre for young audiences in the UK and all over the world. He has written and produced The Legend of Perseus, Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!, Pigeon Party!, The Night Before Christmas and The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus as well as adapting the Oliver Jeffers books The Way Back Home and Stuck for the stage. His show based on the Mo Willems’ Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! has toured extensively throughout the UK, USA, Canada as well as visiting Malaysia, Singapore and Dubai in 2014. His adaptation of the popular children’s book Aliens Love Underpants toured the UK in 2013 and performed in London’s West End in Summer 2015. He is currently working on a one-man show called Oh No, Mr Sizzle!

Adam Bampton-SmithOliver Jeffers (Author)
Award winning illustrator & picture book for children, Oliver Jeffers debut his 1st illustration book at 2004. His first book, How to Catch A Star won Merit for the CBI Bisto Book of the Year Awards in 2005. Since then, he continuous producing wonderful children picture books, had won numerous awards. In 2007, he was the official World Book Day Illustrator. In the subsequent year, Jeffers featured in The Times's list of "The Best New Picture Book Illustrators".

Picture Book awards include The New York Times Best Illustrated Books, CBI Bisto Book Of the Year, Nestle Smarties Award, Irish Book of the Year, The Blue Peter Book of the Year, and his picture books have been translated into over 30 languages, including Lost & Found, Stuck, The Hueys, The Incredible Book Eating Boy, and The Great Paper Caper. Several of them have also been adapted for stage productions such as The Way Back Home, Stuck, How to Catch A Star, The Incredible Book Eating Boy.
CREWProduction/Stage Manager – Ng Wei Hock
Assistant Stage Manager – Pyo Ng
Lighting Coordinator – Ng Wei Hock