Created using over 90% recycled materials, we turned Rang-tan's story into an interactive theatre production. With a twelve-week run and nearly 200 performances, we set out to further educate, entertain and empower the next generation. Jag-wah, voiced by comedian Doc Brown and covered in arial photographs of the Amazon rainforest burning, warned children about the dangers of our industrial meat system. Turtle, voiced by Rag 'n' Bone Man and covered in photos of plastic floating in our oceans, touched on the many dangers he faces, from industrial fishing, to plastic pollution, to deep-sea-drilling. Rang-tan, once again voiced by Emma Thompson and covered in images of palm seeds, continued to spread the truth about palm oil.
Reviews were good. Mostly.
Directed (and designed) by Maia Kirkman Richards.
Production: Little Angel Theatre. Credit: Playwright.