The Little Prince (studio adaptation)
Megarrity, David & de Saint Exupery, Antoine (2002) The Little Prince (studio adaptation). [Creative Work]
This production was a ‘studio piece’, tailor-made for a small space only, and an ensemble of 10-12 actors.
It was shown to an invited audience at a closed showing in late 2002.
The set was a large, empty space where a group of 1970’s Schoolteachers enact the story using antique teaching aids suchas overhead and slide projectors, a screen, and sporting equipment.
The performers’ manipulation of props and projectors was clearly visible.
Projected images coloured the space, props and performers with meaning, while any spoken text was performed sitting down in front of two microphones DSL.
The characters onstage silently created the action.
The ensemble performs multiple characters, and one role was played by several actors.
The production was signposted and soundtracked with pieces of Indonesian music, particularly the antique ‘kroncong’ from, sourced from the ‘Smithsonian Folkways’ Series.
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