Review by Amanda Lancaster
Hey there kids! Are you often tired of the dull dreary day-to-day routines? Is your world filled with scolding. scowling, and sighing? Do you find it almost impossible to keep your persnickety parents entertained? Don’t you just wish you could find something fun and exciting for mum and dad to enjoy this weekend? Well then boys and girls, look no further, because FRINGEWORLD 2017 has the solution to all you troubles.
No rules, no rehearsal, no repetition! Just chaos, Kiddo Kaos that is.
The quick-witted quintent, Racing Minds have put the fate of the show in the hands and minds of its hungry untamed under-agers. Unique in its approach and execution, I would describe the whole experience as immersive theatre to the max, a total ‘create your own adventure’ if you will. Every performance is a completely spontaneous, improvised at lightening fast speed and totally on the spot unscripted adventure. Relying solely on the quality and quantity of imagination and creativity its audience provides, the troupe begins to create scenarios, characters, and even music and songs non-stop for almost and hour.
To describe the show in detail would be to the detriment of its overall kaotic charm, but I will tell you that to expect: the hyper-energetic, madcap mayhem is a total understatement and that the show will end up being a total surprise to both audience and actors alike. The kids are well and truly in the position of authority and the show can be whatever they want it to be. So just give in to the inevitable knowledge that you have no hope of controlling the untameable laughter and excitement.
Fantastic fun for all ages, parents to be accompanied by a responsible child at all times!
When: 11th – 19th February 2017 | 4:30pm
Where: The Lunar Big Top | The Pleasure Garden | PERTH
Tickets: $11 – $21
Info: Duration 50 minutes | Recommended 5+ | Children’s Theatre
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