Perfect in Olympus
Post production, we worked on drama and role play with many of the young people who had seen ‘Almost Human’ to help them develop and perform a play of their own
This became a large scale piece called ‘Perfect In Olympus’. This play looks at the way humans have polluted the earth and have been responsible for the extinction of species. It questions whether there is enough of a collective will to attempt to reverse the process. ‘Perfect in Olympus’ was performed publicly over several nights at Norwich Puppet Theatre. A shortened version of this is now available through our project ‘Play in a Day’. Through this project, pupils learn, rehearse and perform the play in just one day.
Perfect In Olympus illustration by Dave Laverock
Following the success of ‘Dance To My Tune’, Lynx was asked to visit schools and to work directly with students on the subjects of vulnerability and exploitation, whether perceived weaknesses or differences bring out the best or the worst in us, and where real strength lies? As a result, projects have been developed on such subjects as world citizenship, whether rich nations should have any obligation towards poor nations and whether the human race has an obligation to the planet as a whole.
Contact us for more information about any of these exciting projects.