Book Show

Curriculum Relevance:

Big Tops and Tiny Tots is a stunning combination of outstanding skills, hilarious moments and excellent healthy life lessons.

“Luth Wolff can do Magic and I don’t mean just her sleight of hand and neat balancing tricks – I mean, this woman can keep several dozen highly excited pre-schoolers and preps under her spell for nearly an hour. I also admire the subtle didactic elements she works in, explaining abilities, playing the fool to allow the kids to correct her, introducing boundaries and safety rules, and – particularly in a screen–time world - teaching the next generation of live theatre patrons how to be an audience, all in fun and funny ways”.

Kim Edwards, Theatre Press

Meet Luth, that’s pronounced like Ruth but with an L - Luth . The way that she swiftly transitions from one act to another means she is able to effortlessly maintain her audience’s attention from beginning to end of Big Tops and Tiny Tots.

And what a range of skills Luth has !

  • Uni-cycling,
  • Balancing,
  • Hula Hooping,
  • Magic,
  • Juggling Batons - Balls and Blocks,
  • Luth’s hilarious hat routine
  • and of course loads of audience participation!

Luth is an inspiration as she shows children a very impressive fraction of what the human body is capable of. This performance demonstrates how achieving your best results and realizing your full potential can be both rewarding and heaps of fun.

Throughout the show the positive effects of Exercise and Healthy Eating are delicately and cleverly woven into the comedy, circus skills and the loads of audience participation in a way that resonates and leaves a lasting impression on the audience.

During this outstanding, laugh-out-loud performance of physical skill and agility, Luth subtly encourages students to embark on their own journey of realizing their own full potential.

What other schools have said:

"Interactive, engaging and educational" - 4 Stars.

The Adelaide Advertiser.

Luth Wolff is a charming, very likeable and extremely talented circus performer and her first ever Adelaide Fringe show is a joy. She clearly knows children: what they like and how to relate to them. There’s wonderful silliness, especially with a hat that just doesn’t want to co-operate and a suitcase that has its own ideas on where it should be going. You’ll love it. 5 out of 5.

Reviewer - Brian Godfrey.

Price: $5.50 per student (GST included).

Suitable: Preps, K to Year 2.

Minimum Audience Size: 80 students.

Times: Show: 50 minutes. Set up: 60 minutes. Pack up: 60 minutes.

Requires: an indoor performing area 6m deep x 5m wide.

Solid State Circus ABN: 29 606 805 305.

Photos courtesy of - Brig Bee Photography