The Salt Lake Tribune | 'Click Clack Moo' dramatizes grown-up dilemma of compromise in kids' language |

Tuesday, 11 December 2012 10:42
Published in News & Reviews

Written by Ben Fulton | December 7, 2012


In gentle, but insistent terms, the cows made it clear to Farmer Brown that they expect better living and working conditions in exchange for all the milk they provide.

It's a story about standing up for your rights, proper treatment of animals, and the sometimes tense back-and-forth of compromise. It's all about that, but also so much more, according to Salt Lake Acting Company's cast and crew for the stage musical adaptation.

"It boasts eight big songs, a disco-ball moment, and a terrific tap-dance number. And it's all inside a barn," said Darrin Doman, self-dubbed "moosical director" for the play. "What could be better?"

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