The White World of Siwa and Malini by Papermoon Puppet Theatre
This new production about appreciating the differences amongst people invites audiences to experience how creatures in a completely white world live their lives. Children are born without prejudice yet are taught to see differences, and that one colour is better than others. This performance tells the story of a little girl named Malini, and an old man named Siwa. They live in a world where everything is white, flat and cold. However, one day, Malini discovers that her chick has been born a different colour. Once the adults find out that other colours have appeared, they will take action.
This is an experimental non-verbal performance for children and adults.
Recommended for ages 4 and above
This programme is held in conjunction with Gallery Children’s Biennale.
$20 per adult-child pair or $30 per adult-child trio
Tickets available through SISTIC.