A bucket becomes a swimming pool. Pieces of wood become a city-scape. A purse and a shoe go for a walk. All ordinary things scattered around you can make their way into the theatre to tell crazy, whacky and meaningful stories. Welcome to the world of objects.
Welcome to the world of objects. Reuters
Familiar, everyday objects found around their can take on unusual roles and express thoughts through them. But, unbeknownst to, objects also carry within them a magic of their own. A power of symbolism that allows them to layer many stories within one. And allows us to see the magic inherent in all ordinary things found in surroundings.
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