Atishoo! family feedback & participation

Anne Marie plays tissue games with the children in the audience

After the Atishoo! shows at Perth International Arts Festival, the children had chance to play with all the colours of the rainbow tissue paper in the foyer, and make whatever they could imagine, or float the paper in the air. Many flew tissue butterflies or birds out of the Subiaco Arts Centre to their new homes.

Feedback from parents included –

“very wonderful”, “brilliant”, “beautiful imagery”,

“a resourceful and energetic production… absorbing”,

children’s comments: “I wanted the dream to be real” “I loved the end and getting my tissue” Lucy 4 years old,

“excellent show for the age group”, “good length for kids”,

“he loved his first show”, “brilliant concept”

“I really like everything and it was awesome” “kids and nanna and myself thoroughly enjoyed” “Great show!”

“Simple but effective, fun for all the family” “a lovely show. Very age appropriate. ”

“wonderful” “Terrific – thank you for children and adults equally. Ann-Marie and Adam were just captivating” “Excellent, even adults can lose themselves for an hour in a child’s world. Good to see the workings on stage too.”

“It was really great, great show!” “The 9 month old was just as entranced as the 3 ½ year old! Thank you for the magic” “Our school came yesterday and loved it so we came today. Loved it.”

Thanks to PIAF for a wonderful time! and our DNA creative  – performer Ann Marie, Haviel Perdanan for the music, Aaron for lighting design  & Tom at Subiaco Arts Centre.

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