A performance of Skelt’s “Captain Ross”
(Scott Polar Institute, Cambridge)
This was the best Toy Theatre performance I have ever seen, not only for the excellent Cast and Musicians, the wonderful Theatre and stupendous Characters and Scenes,
but also for the back projection using modern technology, which enabled an audience of approaching 100 people to get a front row seat.
A quick moving Peter Baldwin introduces the performers.
The large screen behind the performers was a great innovation and enabled all to see what was happing.
The detail was very clear on the large screen. Even from the back row, I got front row view.
(Polar Bears at the Nouth Pole – The Redington Neptune Proscenium used for the performance, beautifully created here by Horatio Blood)