Resources

Follow this link to see a summary about
Traditional Puppetry in Indonesia

Follow this link to understand
the educational benefits of watching a performance of The Lost Forest
and all the activities this could stimulate. With thanks to the narrative Mapping system of Karen Hansen ( Imagination Facilitation). Some aspects of this document are relevant to projects which could stem from any puppet show.

Documents are available here for use by group leaders for the Puppets on Trial workshop which can accompany the Lost Forest. These documents will facilitate cross-examination of the puppet characters, leading to them each being put on trial. (Follow the links below to see the documents)

BRIEF FOR GROUP SESSIONS BOB THE CONSUMER
BRIEF FOR GROUP SESSIONS ENDORRO THE LOGGING BARON
BRIEF FOR GROUP SESSIONS JABRIG THE LOGGER
BRIEF FOR GROUPS SESSIONS SEMAR AND DEWALA

Indigo Moon has some Authentic Wayang Golek available – which were left for this purpose by Pak Asep Sunander Sunarya after his last UK tour in 2006.
These are beautifully carved and painted wooden rod puppets from West Java, and of  top performance quality. Possible discounts on bulk orders.

Please Contact us if you would like more information.

JUNGLE BOOK Jungle Book tells a surprisingly good story that harkens back to the poetry & spirit of Rudyard Kipling's original books. VIEW MERMARELLA From one of its earliest beginnings in ancient Egypt, a story best known across the globe as Cinderella shape-shifts its common threads into the world of the seas. View ALADDIN This colourful tale from the Arabian Nights is set in the Middle East VIEW THE LOST FOREST There’s magic and mayhem in the rainforest! VIEW ALICE AND THE WHITE RABBIT Join Alice on her magical adventure as she chases the White rabbit back in time on a fantastic spiralling journey into Wonderland. VIEW THE WORM THAT SQUIRMED A contemporary show for children or adults alike. VIEW SARASWATI Saraswati has delighted audiences in many places both in Britain and abroad since 1992. She dances in traditional Rajasthani folk style, as well as reacting to her audience in her own particular way. VIEW