|Composers: ||Cameron Goodall + David Heinrich|
|Lighting Designer:||Mark Pennington|
|Controller Designers: ||Matthew + Ray Gardiner|
|Starring:||David Heinrich, Jude Henshall + Alirio Zavarce|
|Adelaide Season:||25 March - 7 April 2011|
|Date:||19 April - 28 May 2012|
|Venue:||Sydney Opera House|
|Date:||2 - 5 May 2012|
|Venue:||Arts Centre Melbourne|
Escape from Peligro Island
By Finegan Kruckemeyer
Everything was normal on your flight over the ocean… until the plane went down and you crashed on an unknown island!
Now there are vampires, time machines and superpowers to deal with, and any decision could mean life or death. The hardest part? It’s the audience who decides!
This is choose-your-own-adventure theatre, and with your very own hand-held controller, you’ll be steering the play. But think carefully before you make a choice – or you might end up on the island… forever!
A Windmill Theatre production in association with The Border Project.
|Sydney Critics' Circle Award||Nomination: Best Presentation for Children, Escape from Peligro Island|
Interactive multi-media theatre can be hi-tech cutting edge and absolutely down-the-line traditional all in the same bundle, proves Windmill with this piece of joyful, mischievous theatre. The Advertiser
The sort of classic story-telling of adventure comics and annuals of yore, complete with cliff-hanger scene-endings. The Advertiser
The show is enhanced by the usual array of Windmill professional excellence… The Advertiser
A hand-held adventure where the kids get to control the story. The Sunday Mail
Another quality escapist offering from our national children’s flagship theatre company that will enjoy a long and optional destiny. The Sunday Mail