The Invisible Man
Theater Artemis
The Netherlands
4-11 yrs

Curriculum for Excellence Resources

The skills and artistry in this production come together to create a world where appearances can deceive. Everything in this show seems open to speculation and these questions can be explored further in Literacy and Expressive Arts.

To help me understand stories and other texts, I ask questions and link what I am learning with what I already know.                                                                                               LIT 0-07a/ LIT 0-16a/ ENG 0-17a

Through drama learners have rich opportunities to be creative and to experience inspiration and enjoyment…. They develop their capacity to enjoy drama and their knowledge and understanding through evaluating technical aspects and scripts and commenting on their work and work of others.

                                                                                                    Expressive Arts Evaluating and Appreciating

Class Stage
P1-P6
Curriculum Links
Expressive Arts
Expressive Arts experience
Literacy and English
Traverse Theatre
Duration: 60 min
Seating: Theatre seating
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Traverse Theatre
Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, EH1 2ED
  • Thursday 30 May 19:00
  • Friday 31 May 10:00
  • Friday 31 May 13:30
  • Saturday 1 June 15:00
  • Saturday 1 June 19:00
  • Sunday 2 June 11:30
  • Sunday 2 June 15:00

Two artists, a stage technician and a musician are waiting to start their show. Everything is in place, but where is the audience? Things are clearly unravelling. Who is playing the piano? Why is a coffee mug floating through the air? And who is that ghost sneaking off with the extension cord?

Mixing ingenious tricks and anarchic theatre, this unpredictable and unruly show explores the border between fiction and non-fiction. Theater Artemis, widely applauded for creating wonderfully absurd theatre for young audiences, return to the Festival with a show about everything you don’t see and the joy of remaining unseen.

A bravely staged fairytale about imagination and recognition” De Standaard

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