“Gosper and the Tale of her Wings” approximately 25 minutes interactive.
“Gosper and the Tale of her Wings” is the story of a young Fairy whose wings won’t grow and is narrated by ‘Twirl’ an old friend of Gosper.
Come with Gosper on a journey of adventure, discovery and optimism in the face of challenges that threaten her chances of becoming a real flying Fairy.
The show commences with the magical and beautiful art of contact ball manipulation to the accompaniment of music written especially for the story by Sue Blakey.
Meet a cheeky older brother, sinister snake, a smelly swamp and a life saving owl that loves poetry.”
This show invites the audience to jump up and join in the action.
If it tells us anything, it tells us we should not give up in the face of adversity as help can come from unexpected places.
Suitable for 4/5s to 12 years olds and older kids that look adult on the outside.
More Detail about the show.
‘Gosper’, the young Fairy, must travel into unknown territories to get a special Goo from the Goo Tree. This makes her wings grow.
She will encounter various Australian animals along the way including Koala, Wombat and Possum. But when she loses the directions to the tree, find out how she manages to avoid getting stuck in the swamp or being eaten by Snake. At last with success assured she can return home safe and sound, Flying all the way.
This is a fun interactive and beautiful original story. It is told with a live actor using Mime to tell the story. It is about a rite of passage showing that success against the odds, can be achieved, through persistence and determination.
This delightful adventure contains plenty of laughs, interaction, and suits the very young and young at heart. There is even Faere dust given to all the new Fairies at the end.
The show is suitable for all ages, although children will need to have an attention span of at least 20 minutes. There is plenty of interaction including physical participation.
Note that while this show is not suitable for a specific toddler audience, in mixed company they too will enjoy participating with their older siblings.
Maximum audience numbers depends on the environment but typically up to 200.
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