One Act, Revue, Rated PG
Theatre for Young Audiences Version
This honest and direct musical revue about divorce uses skits, songs,
humor and common sense to explore an issue which is growing more timely
every day. Full of hope and heart, WHEN THE COOKIE CRUMBLES, YOU CAN STILL PICK UP THE PIECES
helps children to understand and cope with the pressures, fears, guilt
and loneliness divorce can bring. It stresses that no matter how
painful the experience, there is life – and love – after divorce.
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After Colm Wilkinson sang "Bring Him Home" from LES MISERABLES for the first time in rehearsal, director Trevor Nunn said, "See? I told you this show is about God." One of the actors responded, "Yes, but you didn’t tell us you engaged him to sing it."