Let’s create a Paper Planet with children and families!
After successful China premiere at Shanghai Children’s Art Theatre, “Paper Planet”, an interactive play produced by world renowned Polyglot Theatre from Australia, is returning to China to engage with children and families!
The veteran children’s troupe is master of interactive play.
...their work encourages free artistic expression and an imaginative interpretation of the world.
About Paper Planet
Paper Planet is a spectacular forest of tall cardboard trees that invites children and their adults to populate the world with fantastic paper creations.
Children’s imaginations go wild in a world made of paper. Towering cardboard trees are the starting point and from there, only paper, tape and nimble fingers are used to create a new planet. After exploring the space, families make creatures, vines and flowers, costumes and impossible constructions, populating the world around them. This is a durational installation that grows as the participants engage with performers and their own imaginative flights of fancy. Theatre and play merge as children discover a world of adventures in this magical forest.
Paper Planet is an experience that all ages find inspiring and utterly blissful.
- New Victory Theater, New York, USA Cleveland, Ohio, USA
- Fratz Festival, Berlin, Germany
- Sands Festival & Assitej Congress, Kristiansand, Norway
- Darebin Arts Centre, Australia
- Sommerset Festival, Perth, Australia
- International Performing Arts for Youth (IPAY) Official Showcase 2014 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
- Regional Arts Victoria – Regional Living Expo – Melbourne Australia Daejeon Arts & Culture Centre, South Korea
- Darebin Arts Centre, Australia
- Regional Living Victoria Festival, Australia
- Roola Boola Festival, Australia
- Regional Arts Victoria – Regional Living Expo – Melbourne Australia
- Arts Centre Melbourne, Australia
- Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Australia
- Federation Square, Australia
About Polyglot Theatre
Polyglot Theatre is Australia’s leading creator of interactive and participatory theatre for children and families. Polyglot’s distinctive artistic philosophy has placed it at the international forefront of contemporary arts experiences for babies and children up to 12 years, meeting with professional acclaim and recognition around the world. Inspired by the artwork, play and ideas of children, Polyglot creates imagined worlds where audiences actively participate in performance through touch, play and encounter.
In 1978 Polyglot was formed to promote understanding between cultures, bringing multi-language performance to theatres and schools for the children of Victoria, Australia. Since 2000 the company has greatly expanded its focus. Driven by a desire to reach a broader audience, Polyglot now creates performance and events for the street and festivals, interactive events for families, large scale theatre performances and community participation performance, as well as remaining loyal to schools through shows and workshops.
Polyglot places children at the heart of its art. Its vision is of a future where children are powerful: artistically, socially and culturally. It is committed to offering transformational, playful arts experiences that are alive and human in their content and connection, knowing that in this, it offers something that is vital for children everywhere. Through experimentation, invention and consistent quality, Polyglot keeps their growing audience excited about what may lie ahead.
More about Polyglot Theatre
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Schedule & Tickets
Huzhou Grand Theater
August 10th: 6:00pm, 8:00pm
August 11th: 6:00pm, 8:00pm
August 12th: 10:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, 5:00pm
August 13th: 10:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, 5:00pm
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