This week, some children had the chance to watch the Mimika theatre company present ‘Landscapes’ within a white, domed-shaped tent. The performance explored the diversity and complexity of the natural world.
‘Landscapes’ uses a variety of techniques including puppetry, an image based story line, an immersive stereo soundtrack and a variety of sensory events and visual effects to involve and engage the audience.
Before the performance began, the children were introduced to two of the puppets (the snake and the crocodile).
Then we took a seat inside the dome…we were all very excited!
We watched in wonder as a story unfolded through four different landscapes (desert, rainforest, sea and the Antarctic).