The Port Fairy Theatre Group has enlisted talented youngsters from the town to tell some classic tales.
Students from Port Fairy's St Patrick's and Consolidated primary schools will be on stage this weekend enacting four of Aesop's Fables.
These fables will include The Lions and the Mouse, The Fox and the Grapes, The Dogs and the Bone and The Tortoise and the Hare.
The shows will be held at the Port Fairy Lecture Hall from 2-4pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Port Fairy Theatre Group member Tricia Smith said she was looking forward to the weekend shows.
"We do a lot of productions for adults but not a lot for children," Ms Smith said.
"We thought this was a good chance to create a show for a younger audience and with a younger cast and crew."
Ms Smith said 22 children from Port Fairy would be involved in the production.
The children will be on stage as part of the cast, as well as working behind the scenes as part of the production crew.
The children range from grade prep through to grade six.
"We approached both schools and we got a lot of interest in the idea," Ms Smith said.
"We have been rehearsing since October so there has been a lot of hard work put in.
"The children have really enjoyed it and so have the members of the theatre group.
"You can see the confidence of the children has grown so much since they first started.
"The other great thing is because there are children from both schools involved, they are making new friends so socially it is very good for them."
Cast member and St Patrick's Port Fairy Primary School grade six student Pepper Bowes said she was excited about the shows.
She said as well as making new friends, the experience had enhanced her love of being on stage and acting.
"It has been a great opportunity to go out of my comfort zone," Pepper said.
"I have always loved acting and it is definitely something I want to keep doing.
"I am a little bit nervous about the shows but I am also very excited, I can't wait."