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The Omega Quest

15 Aug

Opening to an enthusiastic crowd, it was difficult not to marvel at the novelty of The Omega Quest. All manner of lighting tricks, cultural references, and visual gags are brought together beautifully by some very talented puppeteers in this very modern incarnation of a three hundred year old storytelling tradition.

Borrowing its style from the seventeenth century Japanese Banraku tradition, and its story from the twentieth century American space epic tradition, The Omega Quest is novel, but it’s more than a novelty…

The rest of this post is published on Australian Stage.

 
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Posted by on Wednesday, 15 August 2012 in Melbourne Theatre, Revolt, Theatre

 

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