The Clean Airy Fairy by Jean Mann

Children’s play with music/ 8 Characters (can be played by men or women)/ One Act

Synopsis: What do we do with a world that’s polluted? Call in the experts of course!

Our hero is a fairy who comes to save the world from Pollution Pixies who defile the earth. The baddies are fought, in the nicest possible way, with the help of Tramp, Ray, and Wallaby.

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Tracy Mann
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About the Playwright: Early career managing a touring office in Alice Springs, Melbourne, and Sydney, Australia. Many years later, after two daughters had grown up, turned to playwriting for children. Her plays have been performed in theatres and schools in Adelaide and Brisbane. A non-fiction book came next, recording the 77 year history of a South Australian Croquet Club.

Jean gently passed away in January 2014, aged 94, after a fulfilling and productive life.

The Clean Airy Fairy was first performed by five, six and seven year olds for the Come Out Festival at Crafers (Adelaide) in 1991. It received its professional premiere at the Arts Theatre, Brisbane, Australia in June, 1998.