THE DAY THE WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN

IMAGE CREDIT: RACHEL ROBERTS

 

THE DAY THE WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN

Employing KAGE's characteristic blend of humour and striking visual imagery, THE DAY THE WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN transports the audience to a wonderful land of make believe where to children get lost during a storm and seek refuge in what they think is an abandoned cottage.

 To their surprise and delight, a magical character materialises before their eyes and takes them on an astonishing adventure where nothing is as it seems.

Although it is hard not to be drawn into the “How did they do it ?”, as an observer it is best to take your cues from the children and remember to marvel at the spectacle.
— Sabian Wilde, Beat Magazine 2004

Creative Team

Directed by Kate Denborough
Performed by Gerard Van Dyck, Suzannah Macdonald and Burkhard Augustine

Composed by Byron Scullin
Designed by Paula Levis
Lighting Design by Nik Pajanti
Props Build by Hans Van Dyck

Presenters - for further information, technical specifications and marketing pack please contact Clare McKenzie.