Reasons to be Invisible

Next date: Wednesday, 21 August 2024 | 06:30 PM to 07:30 PM

Two young girls dressed in bright colours holding soft toys and helium inflated balloons, one girl wearing a multicoloured unicorn head peice

Sophie is as quiet as a mouse. She blends into the background. Nobody ever seems to notice her. No one sees her, hears her, or thinks about her. And that’s OK with Sophie because the truth is: she likes being invisible! 

Because you can’t be hurt, or embarrassed, or sad if you’re invisible, right?! 

New kid CJ is all the things Sophie doesn’t want to be. They stand out. They don’t fit in. And they’re embarrassing – like, really embarrassing! But unlike Sophie, CJ doesn’t care that they’re weird. Weird is better than quiet, right?! 

But to Sophie’s surprise, she notices bits of CJ keep vanishing… piece by piece. Their loud, goofy laugh. Their terrible dance moves. Their voice.  

Because what CJ really needs is a friend. A real friend. Or they might completely disappear and become… invisible.  

Just like Sophie… 

Young audiences will engage with the themes of friendship, self-esteem, and identity as they embark on this adventure with Sophie and CJ striving to make the invisible visible, the impossible possible – and finding the courage to save each other from disappearing. 


  • Wednesday, 21 August 2024 | 06:30 PM - 07:30 PM


Portland Arts Centre, 4A Glenelg St, Portland, 3305, View Map

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