This is what the audience had to say about "Suitcase Stories"

"The best incursion we've ever had. Bravo!"
Esme Pashley, teacher, Parkwood Primary, WA

"It was AMAZING !"
Prince Alfred College, Adelaide.
"The performance was fabulous. The children at each of the shows were really engaged and learnt so much.
Incredible educational value and so entertaining. Thank you."
Bea Bouska, teacher, Bletchley Park Primary
"It was fabulous!!”
Ilana Segal,Clarinda Primary School, Victoria
"Anthea was terrific…good content for teachers to take it further…an enjoyable and educational experience for all.”
Con Pakavakis, Assistant Principal, Auburn South Primary School, Victoria
"Suitcase Stories is a wonderful example of performance that presents Western Australian history in a dynamic and
contemporary way by bringing it to life. The challenges of a variety of migration experiences is expressed through these
women's stories, blending fiction with history based on personal accounts from women in their own words. As both a
writer and performer Tiffany Barton has brought us a sophisticated and valuable perspective on these great everyday
stories of arrival that bring new colour to the palette of recent Western Australian history. I am very pleased that through
the Western Australian Museum I have been involved in the early life of this fine theatrical work."
Felena Alach, Public Programs
Officer, Western Australian Museum.
"The children of Burrendah Primary School were lucky enough to experience the fabulous, extremely entertaining, Tiffany
Barton who brought much fun and laughter to our stage. Thank you Tiffany!"
Sobhoin Ialacci and Samantha Holdcroft, year 5,
Burrendah Primary School, WA.
"The children from years 1-3 thoroughly enjoyed today's performance... a valuable resource for events such as Harmony
Day...highly recommended."
Riverton Primary, WA