Show selected among more than 600 proposals from all over the world to take part in World Puppet Carnival in Russia
|Error 404 is a performance without words addressed to both children and teenagers, an audience increasingly used to new technologies, like Steve, our main character, a run-of-the-mill young boy with a simple and ordinary life, who is absolutely immersed in a world full of electronic devices.
This delicate and emotional play encourages you to reflect about the meaning of life, the wonders that life offers us and what we often overlook.
|4.04am, dreams and nightmares take control of Steve’s night, beside him are four cold walls which are witness of his long and boring days in front of illuminated screens, surrounded by videogames, involved in intangible social networks and consumed by all sort of technological objects willing to absorb Steve’s treasured time. But today nothing is the same, after a series of unusual events Steve gets involved in a strange incident that will force him to make the biggest mistake of his life. Or maybe not.
|Minimum playing area: 3.6m x length 2.5m x width x 2m height
Accessibility: access is required 3 hours prior to the performance to set up as well as 1h 30min in order to dismantle
Target audience: children (6+ years), teenagers and adults
Language: show without words
Venue: indoor places
Duration: 50 minutes
Maximum audience recommended: 150 people
Manipulation technique: table-top puppet
Electrical requirements: 220v power supply on stage
Lighting requirements: the company brings its own lighting equipment
Sound requirements: the company brings its own audio equipment (audio equipment is at your disposal if needed)
On stage: full darkness if possible
Freight: there are no freight implications for Error 404, our show travels easily by plane.
|Original idea: Wagner Gallo
Direction: Wagner Gallo
Assistant director: Julio Gallo
Puppeteer: Wagner Gallo
Wood carving: Antonio Martín
Costume design: Iolanda Atalla
Audiovisual production: Wagner Gallo
Stage design: Wagner Gallo
Proofreading/language advice: Sara Paredes