The Voice in the Walls by Imaginary Theatre
21 September - 2 October 2015
Victor and Mary are voices from the past lingering like ghosts in the walls of Old Government House. They need your help and they need it now. You'll need to follow their instructions. Traverse twisted staircases. Sneak across creaking floors. Search through hidden spaces full of secrets and shadows whilst remaining completely unseen.
Don't worry, you'll be ok. Just keep calm, listen carefully, and do exactly as they say.
Part game, part audio tour, part theatre, The Voice in the Walls is an audio-immersive, site-specific performance for 9-12 year olds set in one of Queensland's most historic buildings, Old Government House.
Combining technology, history, time travel, and a healthy dose of creepy, The Voice in the Walls puts audiences at the centre of the action, equipped with headphones and a wireless device, sent in to explore the halls of this grand, supposedly haunted mansion.
Sure to be unlike anything they've encountered before, The Voice in the Walls is an utterly thrilling performance experience, created especially for 9-12 year olds.
So come in. And listen for the voice in the walls.
Crew & Creative Team
Writer: David Burton
Director/Sound Designer: Thom Browning
Producer: Fiona MacDonald
Composer: Joff Bush
Performers: Chenoa Deemal, Kieran Law (Live). Maximo Fatica, Kayla Robinson (Voice over)
Consultant/Dramaturg: Nadine McDonald-Dowd
Dramaturg: Mark Radvan
Creative Development Contributors: Lucas Stibbard and Emily Burton
Historian: Katie McConnel
Costumes: Rosa Hirakata
Sound Technician: Thanthip Oudomvilay