Freelance writer, traveller, foodie and graphic designer living at the gateway of the Yarra Valley and Melbourne's green belt suburbs..
A show that sparks awareness of our beloved oceans
Creatures of the Deep!
Creatures of The Deep made its debut and won "Best Cabaret" at the Melbourne Fringe Festival last year! This year, it's on at the Butterfly Club in Melbourne as part of the Sustainability Living Festival. Just one of the many art, films and performances created to educate and inform the audience about their state of sustainability.
I was impressed by the performances of the 5 very talented actors, singers and musicians! Produced by Picked last for Sport which is co-founded by Ryan Smith and Sarah Wall. "With our combined love of theatre and the environment we wanted to create something that would start a conversation about conservation and leave a lasting impression through music and creativity" - Sarah Wall
Creatures of the Deep is a hilarious, sustainable theatre production which educates the audience, you'll see singing Coral, a Shark Quartet, a sexy Puffer Fish dance, the ugly Blob Fish and so much more! But on a more serious note, the real threat is the state of our oceans, hence each performance create awareness of our oceans health and the constant threat of climate change whilst how to go about managing our global plastic waste pollution. Hopefully, this show will inspire change!
Creatures of the Deep is filled with catchy tunes and harmonic melodies, a bioluminescence fish, creative costumes and props all made out of recycled plastics and fabrics, of course!