Czech improvised painting multimedia kinetic theater
Recommended age: 4+ years
Length of performance: approximately 45 minutes (including interaction)
(Performance time is subject to the actual scene)
In the story based on the artist's real-life experience, the dynamic "Nana" dreams of being a dancer, and an accident leaves her right foot in a thick cast.
The former "perpetual motion machine" refuses to be sealed. Where she is trapped, she breaks out. After the initial helplessness and boredom, Nana played the "what if" game with the plaster cylinder. "This disgusting thing, why can't it be my portable Lego, drawing board, fashion, telescope, cannon ......? Anxiety is transferred, loneliness is disintegrated, Nana like unlocked the game hang-up, happy to fly!
The children on stage almost envied her for having such a unique "big toy". At the end of the play, they will all be invited to the stage to scribble messages on Nana's plaster tube, using the children's unique play language to build connections, share enthusiasm and collectively complete the unique "Right Foot Diary".
Venue: Art Space for Kids
Duration: 45 minutes