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Polyglot

Polyglot

Polyglot

”  The veteran children’s troupe are masters of interactive play.”
The Age, Australia

Polyglot – Australia

Polyglot creates experiential installation theatre for children and is Australia’s leading interactive performance company. The artists view children as genuine collaborators, facilitating a professionally led artistic process to create theatrical worlds where audiences actively participate through touch, play and encounter. At Polyglot, theatre is a child’s play.
Polyglot theatre is made through children’s play, acknowledging them as experts in creative thinking, as role models for spontaneous actions and willing believers in impossible things. Polyglot changes spaces and creates worlds. They play with scale and reverse power relationships so children become enormous or tiny and have the capacity to make decisions which have theatrical impact.
Polyglot’s works ignite children’s imaginations everywhere, from tiny Australian country towns to the world’s largest metropolis.

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Polyglot crea un teatro de instalación experiencial para niños y es una de las compañías líderes en espectáculos interactivos de Australia. Los artistas ven a los niños como genuinos colaboradores que facilitan un proceso artístico dirigido a crear mundos teatrales donde la audiencia participa activamente mediante tacto, juego y encuentro. Para Polyglot, el teatro es un juego de niños.
La obra de Polyglot se logra a través del juego de niños, con ellos como expertos en pensamiento creativo y modelos para acciones espontáneas y fervientes creyentes en las cosas imposibles. Polyglot cambia espacios y crea mundos, jugando con la relación de la escala y el poder inverso así los niños se vuelven pequeños o gigantes y toman decisiones que impactan la teatralidad.
La obra de Polyglot busca hacer brillar la imaginación de los niños en todas partes, desde un pequeño pueblo en el interior de Australia hasta en la más grande de las metrópolis.

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This entry was published on March 21, 2012 at 1:08 am and is filed under australian talent, children’s interactive experiences, Performance. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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