How We Found What We Had Lost
Exploring beyond the borders of contemporary puppetry and engaging with urgent conversations. From our island home in Tasmania, we create worlds of creative adventure for intergenerational audiences which we then share with the world.
Our in-theatre productions transport children and families to incredible places with narratives of adventure, humour and beauty. Our interactive installations use simple technologies in dazzling ways to make audiences of all ages essential creators in transforming public space.
We engage the best people from a wide range of artistic backgrounds and practices in performance, design, construction, music composition and systems design. The energy and dynamic processes we use to craft our work are reflected in the work itself; its providence and inventiveness woven throughout.
As unique as the remote place in which it is made, our creations are universally resonant in their themes, sense of humour and popularity. We present to diverse audiences far and wide; from Hobart’s Dark Mofo to The Lincoln Centre in New York, the Taipei Children’s Art Festival to the Sydney Opera House and from the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-Upon-Avon to Flinders Island in the Bass Strait.
Alongside our touring work, we are committed to supporting local and national artists; welcoming resident, associate, and trainee artists to join us in exploring our art form and the world.