Plastic City is not your average shadow play skit. It elevates traditional Wayang Kulit performances to illustrate the most essential symbiosis of our growing modernity – the coexistence between man and nature. When the ocean gets too contaminated, can the marine lives survive? Can humanity continue living without being affected by its own selfish acts?
Plastic materials disposed by others are collected and reused for the the play in an effort to shine a light on environmental issues and spark the right conversations. The second act dubbed The Little Fish is a story of hope and redemption in an illuminating deep sea adventure. Terrorized by the menacing Big Hungry Fish, Little Black Fish must do all it can to survive and reunite with the rest of its family after escaping an initial onslaught. So begins this great adventure which sees the Little Black Fish crossing paths with fantastical creatures and journeying through wondrous encounters.
Catch the performances on Saturday, 13th October at 3:00pm and 8:00pm in the GMBB event hall.
Tickets available at: https://plasticityandthelittlefish.peatix.com