You’re an Instrument by The Travelling Airsticks Laboratory

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A magical, musical science experiment that turns people into instruments!

Two scientists take students on a wild interactive ride where movement becomes music. Contrasting ancient acoustic sounds with the very latest electronic technological breakthroughs, this is a scary, fun, magic show where the whole classroom shapes the story, shakes their bodies, and makes music.

Framed as a ‘workshop gone rogue’ this crazy quirky experience is an ideal intro to cutting-edge interactive music/sound design practices, plus, theatre, science, science-fiction, history, positive emotional regulation, media literacy and the power of sound-art and story-telling.

The cast are professional performers and real-life music technology researchers with much experience in both mainstream and special needs sectors,’ tailoring every show to each individual audience.

Warnings: Contains occasional loud noises and some scary themes/moment. Eg. When the scientists lose control of the experiment and the actor, Erick makes loud noises / you hear his thoughts. Appropriate Age Range: You’re an Instrument is a fun and inclusive performance perfect for all primary school ages

Content: Creswick Theatre Company

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  • Fri 12 Jul

11:30am–12:30pm

Creswick Courthouse Theatre

2A Raglan Street, Creswick VIC 3363

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$12 per person

Appropriate Age Range: You’re an Instrument is a fun and inclusive performance perfect for primary school ages F-6.


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  • Does not cater for people with access needs.

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