Showing posts with label Alvin Sputnik review. Show all posts
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Tuesday, 7 June 2011

The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer By Tim Watts

What can I say, Tim? Your performance, idea and production was flawless.
Tim has brought to Darlinghurst Theatre a multimedia performance that everybody will enjoy whatever age.  The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik is a story of a man who sadly looses his wife and the world needs a hero to save it as the waters rise due to global warming. Alvin volunteers to be this hero as he believes his wives spirit is in the sea and this is where, if the Earth is to be saved, it can be found.
Tim is multi-talented, he is a story teller, musician, puppeteer, cartoon artist, actor, I have probably missed some but he brings it all to the stage. His timing is precise which must have taken quite a bit of practice. The story is fairly simple, there are undertones of the seriousness of the ice caps melting, however the constant changes of media brings the stage alive and makes it very entertaining. This is paired with the odd moment of humour to make a very enjoyable 55 minutes.
Be quick and book now, (02) 8356 9987, this production will close on 11 June.

We asked Tim to tell us a little more!