Children and their parents are invited to play in the dark when Sticks, Stones, Broken Bones shows at the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre later this month.
The play is a wordless, shadow puppet comedy for all ages, from Montreal, Canada.
Mr Bunk presents a series of delicate, intricate comic sketches with his shadow puppets.
Using a minimum of language in the show, his elaborate contraptions that generate the shadows fascinate, while his surreal cartoon shadows delight.
Sticks, Stones, Broken Bones transports children and adults into a giddy, funny dream world – a shadowy take on Warner Brothers’ wackiness.
Experience flying ninjas, UFO abductions and brain transplants.
In each scene the audience is invited behind the visual trickery, to witness the making of the shadow puppet melodramas.
Sticks, Stones, Broken Bones shows at 1pm and 6.30pm on January 29 and 10am and 1pm on January 30.
Tickets cost $20 adults and children, with family passes available for $70 (two adults and two children). Book online at www.manpac.com.au call the box office on 9550 3900 to find out more.