One hundred, sixty years ago, in the fanciful world of Edward Lear, there was an Owl and a PussyCat, a Duck and a Kangaroo, and many more delightful characters who had bold adventures.   Uncle Arly, who traveled the world with cricket on the end of his nose, and the green headed Jumblies, who went to sea in a Sieve.  Suzanne Birrell, whether singing jazz, pop, or folk, is a story teller at heart. In this animated short, recorded live, Suzanne gives new life to these charming age old favorites with melodies equally hyptnotizing and memorable.  Suzanne doesn’t just tell the story, she acts them out in character voices and with feelings of great pathos and humor.  She will captivate your imagination with her over the top performance that enthralls children and adults alike.    Careful – You’ll find yourself caught up in the stories and singing along!

Posted by Chuck

I specialize in social documentary photography, photojournalism, macro, tabletop, and fine art. My art is capturing life as it happens, the defining moments, the richest life’s notes that all treasure as memories. I’m the guy that tries to makes the rest of Hollywood and the world look great!

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