Experience magical encounters with endangered species at new children’s play Arc
Experience magical encounters with endangered species at new children’s play Arc
Experience magical encounters with endangered species at new children’s play Arc

Experience magical encounters with endangered species at new children’s play Arc

Brisbane Powerhouse is answering the call of nature this July 3–6, inviting audiences to delve into the wondrous world of the animal kingdom with the new show Arc. Created by Australia’s leading puppetry company, Erth, this mesmerising new experience engages children with the important topic of species extinction. Keep reading to find out more …

For more than 30 years, Erth has been a trailblazer in both puppetry and community projects, engaging with young audiences through inspiring and educational theatre. Its latest show Arc has interwoven the company’s classic themes of natural history, First Nations stories and ecology to tackle the issue of endangered species.

Arc follows a menagerie of critically endangered and extinct animals, depicted on stage through animated life-size puppets. Led by an enigmatic host, Arc will unlock the secrets of these forgotten species, inviting children from the audience to take part. Through its hands-on style, Arc asks audiences to consider their relationship with nature and loss on both collective and individual scales.

With conservation at its heart, Arc is a thrilling adventure which lets little ones connect with rare and exotic animals through Erth’s exciting puppet creations. Find out more about this new play via Brisbane Powerhouse’s website 

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