Mountain Goat Mountain
Have you ever visited Mountain Goat Mountain?
Mountain Goat Mountain is an audio-led theatre experience for families to do in their home together.
With guided activities that help families set up, and step into their own imaginative world, Mountain Goat Mountain is a unique experience for adults and children to do together that provides space for creative connection through play and imagination.
Mountain Goat Mountain will take you on a journey that bumps you out of the ordinary and into a world where you work together to uncover its secrets and discover the hidden treasures in each other.
Take the time to make an adventure together.
What families have said:
“We loved it and got lost in the story.”
“[It was] a time to sit in the universe for a moment with our family and realise we are everything to each right there and then.”
“We don’t often do creative play with all of us – and there was a beautiful mindful quality to it.”
About This Project:
$14.95 for 30-day access pass
Created for family units of any size. Minimum – a grown up and a small person.
What you need
A charged audio device (computer, phone or table), a bed sheet (the bigger the better), a piece of blank paper (A4 will do) and your favourite pencils, pens or textas.
Approx. 45 mins
Suitable for ages 5+
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About the Artists:
Threshold is a new Australian company creating experiences that bring people together at life’s big moments. Co-founders Tahli Corin and Sarah Lockwood collaborate with a team of artists to create products and performances that allow people to experience the delight and impact of theatre in their own homes.
Threshold experiences provide prompts for deeper connection, physical closeness and to help people find the poetic or the playful milestone moments. From birth to death, first day of school, menopause and divorce, Threshold experiences carve out a time and allow people to acknowledge the ways our loved ones change and grow.
Mountain Goat Mountain has been developed with the support of the Adelaide Festival Centre’s DreamBig Children’s Festival, Arts Centre Melbourne, HOTA, Home of the Arts, and AWESOME International Children’s Festival.
It has been presented by HOTA, Home of the Arts as part of the RAGE ON(line) program. To find out more about RAGE ON(line) click below.