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Urza and the Song in the Dark

A girl free-falls through filtered light
A barefoot child slips silently between stalagmites evading a shadowy beast 
A legendary explorer searches for a lost song

Join Matriark Theatre's first showing of Urza and the Song in the Dark as part of The Sydney Fringe 

In this new children’s fable, a mysterious song leads a young girl on an adventure into the depths of the earth. Along the way she befriends a lost explorer, gets pursued by a terrifying and ancient dark force and finds herself caught up in a primeval story of legendary proportions.

Using beautiful puppetry, live music, original songs and stunningly layered, shadow visuals, Urza is a unique work for young and old. Perfect for children ages 8+ Urza and The Song in the Dark will have a limited season as a part of the Sydney Fringe Festival in 2018.

DATES: September 13th - 15th
TIMES: 6pm (& 1pm Sat Matinée)
LOCATION: Erskineville Village Anglican Church Hall
COST: $15/$20

Director: Scott Parker
Designer: Aleisa Jelbart
Composer and sound designer: Kathryn Roberts Parker
Composer: Roman Benedict
Cast: Madeleine McWilliam, Drew Wilson, Aleisa Jelbart, Kathryn Roberts Parker
Stage Manager: Patrick Howard
Recording artist: Sam Kelly

Photography by Jolanta Morgan


Event details

Venue: Erskineville Village Anglican Church Hall
Bookings: Scott Parker, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 0411 577 031

For ages 8+


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