Experience the magic of the Young People Environmental Dance-Theatre (YPED) film series, where children take centre stage and incorporate current environmental concerns into captivating performance.
Watch as the talented children from the Young Fission Benefit project perform alongside professional dancers and create a truly unforgettable cinematic experience.
Be moved by the genuine passion of these young performers who dance with a mission for the plight of wildlife and nature.
You'll also discover the transformative power of dance which can inspire positive change for the environment especially among young audience.
A Boy-Tiger is lost in the city of concrete jungle in search of his home in the wild.
He meets all kinds of furry friends along the way, from domestic pets to strays.
He tries asking them for help, but they all speak a human-like language that he can't understand.
The Boy-Tiger is plagued by the dreadful vision of a weeping tigress. He sees burning forests and a scorched wildlife habitat.
He runs and runs while clinging on to the memory of home in the magic forest.
He also sees the five Valour Tiger Warriors as well as the Great Tiger Spirit who is fatally wounded.
Finally the Boy-Tiger runs into two wildlife-rescuers who help guide him to the shoreline.
Exhausted and disheartened, the Boy-Tiger sees the blinking lights of oil refineries, towering metal cranes, and gigantic cargo ships like mechanical whales in the dark water.
Want to learn how to make masks?
The 100 Faces of Tiger workshop is free when you book tickets for A Tiger Opera.
All you need to do is register and you'll be on your way to a fun and creative experience.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to create some amazing masks!
Date: 5, 8, 10, 13 July 2023
Location: Punggol Regional Library
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Streaming details: This is a digital stream. Stream starts on 3 Apr 2023, 10am and is viewable until 31 Dec 2023, 11.59pm.
Rating: General [G]
Duration: 21 minutes
Tickets: $12 (excludes SISTIC booking fee)
Promotion: Quote "SUNNYCITYKIDS" to get $2 off ticket price
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