Performance puppetry

Norpa’s Generator program has been supporting a new work by Krinkl Theatre Company, and they will be offering a free performance of it as a work in progress on Friday, May 21, at the Star Court Theatre.

The show’s working title is Tick /Ex and involves the innovative use of projection, sound, set design and puppetry.

The main character, Slim, is forced to make decisions that affect the lives of people unknown to him. The far reaching effects of these decisions are played out in a strange yet unfamiliar arena that encompasses our own domestic and international worlds. Puppets interact with projections on a three-dimensional sand surface and sometimes shifting set, providing a visual feast and a seamless integration of the multimedia component.

The show starts at 5.30pm and runs for about 20 minutes and will be followed by a Q&A session at the end.


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