In development – workshop slated for fall/winter 2018!
Artwork by Sarah Beitler
Devised by Heather Irwin, Anya Martin, and Monica Stephenson
In My Traveling Song, a child of nature is lost from her mother, and in order to find her again, she must rely on courage, sweet and silly memories, and new discoveries about the fascinating and connected world around her. Despite a world that can be unpredictable and sometimes sad, My Traveling Song reveals that connections between loved ones, communities and the physical world around us, can help to make us to feel safe, loved, and free to imagine a more empathic and playful world.
My Traveling Song is an interactive, original play that whimsically uplifts memory and music, along with sensory explorations to create a theatrical experience designed to cherish and invigorate relationships between very young children and their caregivers. In My Traveling Song thunderstorms relinquish to cheerful mud puddles and darkness reveals magical firefly constellations in the night sky.
Hiawatha Project brings together a team of professional artists, all of whom are also the parents of young children, for a special original performance meant to be experienced by children aged 1-5 and a grown up that loves them.