Rebel Playhouse's new solo play with music is an interactive production for young audiences that takes them into outer space to show what it means to be a refugee. More…
For thousands of years, the planet Constellarium has served as a sanctuary planet for those whose worlds have been destroyed. Now, after Earth's destruction, humankind finds themselves on Constellarium, having been rescued by President Falco, Constellarium's ninth president. There, the people of Earth must come to terms their new world: the other races with whom they share the planet; the untapped, potentially dangerous powers of the planet's leaders; what they can do differently to make sure they don't make the same mistakes that brought them here. Recommended for ages 5 and up.
"I couldn't help but wish there were more actors in a larger ensemble...The intent was for this to be a one-person show, but still, it did leave me with the feeling that this is something that could easily have been added, and might have enhanced the production further...Overall, the production is staged very nicely, and in terms of the visual aesthetic, it should be quite pleasing to all audiences...I found this to be a very admirable children's show." Full Review
See it if you want huge imagination unleased in a future world with an undercurrent of oh boy is this relevant to today. Good for ages 8-100.
Don't see it if you need realistic stuff with a step-by-step plot.
See it if Your enjoy sci-fi, like cartoons and audience interaction, want to be pushed to look at our responsibility to our planet and each other,
Don't see it if You are uninterested in imaginative approaches to world topics, aren't interested in family theater or whimsy
See it if you have kids ages 7-9, you want an intimate one-man show for families + you want to see how artists can blend politics into their work.
Don't see it if you don't want a one-man show with music that relates to current events or a show that is tailored for families but isn't watered down.
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