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Creation Creation 2022 single work drama

'How did we get here? Are aliens real? And is it possible to lick your elbow?

'Based on interviews with members of the South Australian community aged between 8-102, Creation Creation is a comedy about life’s biggest mysteries.

'We’ve asked two fearless creators to step onto the stage and attempt to unravel the mysteries of the universe using whatever tools they have at their disposal. Cardboard boxes become battleships and ping pong balls become planets in this hilarious explosion of art, sculpture and puppetry.

'A daring and audacious journey to the very edge of the universe and back again. It’s a wild theatrical experiment for the curious among us.'

Source: Windmill Theatre Company.

2022 nominated Sydney Theatre Awards Best Production for Children
y separately published work icon Baba Yaga 2018 13417835 2018 single work drama children's fantasy

'Vaselina lives the quiet life, working as a receptionist in a very tall apartment block. But all that changes when she is forced to confront a terrifying resident who plays her music far too loudly and eats jelly babies with her mouth open.

'Who is this mysterious neighbour? Will she ever turn the music down? And what exactly is she planning for dinner?'

Source: Windmill Theatre.

2019 nominated Helpmann Awards for Performing Arts in Australia Best Presentation for Children
Pinocchio 2012 single work musical theatre

'Once there was a lonely man with lots of love to give. He wanted a child so much that he carved himself a beautiful little boy. But the boy wanted the world and the latest designer sandshoes. He wanted fame, celebrity and to walk on the wild side. He was lured by temptation and the love of a blue girl. This woodenhead wanted more than his father could possibly give, and so he ran away to get it.'

Source: http://www.windmill.org.au/ (Sighted 05/09/2012).

2014 nominated Sydney Theatre Awards Best Production for Children
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