Shadow Theatre For Families / age 4+

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Jungle book flyer for shadow theatre show by Indigo Moon Theatre

Fearless and free, Mowgli the ‘ man-cub ‘ finds fun and friendship despite learning to live by the Law of the Jungle. Mowgli’s daring adventures in the dangerous world he inhabits, are brought to life by Indigo Moon Theatre with inventive shadow theatre, original music and colourful digital projection.

A contemporary tale: the eternal quest for love, identity and belonging.

Find out more about this inspirational and accessible art form and its use of multiple light sources after the show.

Duration 50 minutes

Directed by Steve Tiplady
Performed by Anna Ingleby & Haviel Perdana
Original Music by Haviel Perdana
Characters designed by Susanna Samanek
Scenery by Haviel Perdana & Anna Ingleby

Choice of Workshops available for venues:
Shadow Puppet Making
Contemporary Shadow Theatre Techniques
An Ideal Family Activity or Educational Stimulus for:
Shadow & Light, pivots & levers (Science, Art & Design)
Literacy & Cross-Curricular projects

Jungle Book Reviews
The Guardian review
Theatre Full Stop review

Technical Requirements
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Jungle Book stage plan

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