Sensorium Theatre’s Woosh! | BREC

Sensorium Theatre: Whoosh!

Run Time 60 minutes no interval
Price From $20.00 + BF
Presented By BREC, Sensorium Theatre & Performing Lines WA

Suitable for children aged 5-9 (learning age) and aged 5+ (children with disabilities)
Limited to 14 children plus their carers, people per show (for a maximum of 28)

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Thursday
16 May 2019
4:30 pm
Saturday
18 May 2019
10:00 am
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Hop on board our spaceship to Whoosh into outer space!

Whoosh! is a new interactive multi-sensory adventure that puts children with disabilities in the Captain’s chair! Created by pioneering theatre makers Sensorium Theatre, this unique performance is suitable for children with a broad range of access needs, including those with multiple and complex needs and those on the autism spectrum.

Are you a pilot, navigator or maybe you’re an engineer? Choose your role before we WHOOSH our spaceship across the galaxy. Pilot the ship when we make an emergency landing on the mysterious Planet X! What strange adventures await on this amazing alien planet?

Perth based Sensorium Theatre, created in 2007 by co-Artistic Directors Michelle Hovane and Francis Italiano, is Australia’s only company creating work for young audiences with multiple and complex disabilities and those on the autism spectrum. From the team behind Oddysea Sensorium Theatre bring their brand new show. With an impressive set and pioneering use of technology, including a digital app to deliver the preparatory material, this is Sensorium Theatre’s most ambitious production to date.

Cast & Team

Artistic Directors Michelle Hovane & Francis Italiano
Assistant Director Bec Bradley
Performers Daisy Sanders, Jamie David, Michelle Hovane & Francis Italiano
Composer/Sound Designer Jamie David
Digital Technology Designer Steve Berrick
Set Designer Matthew McVeigh
Dramaturg James Berlyn
Costume Designer Cherie Hewson
Produced by Performing Lines WA

“The company has a wonderful rapport with their audiences and meets every individual right where they are …”

Peg Schuler-Armstrong, Lincoln Center Education