How High Is Up?

The magical story of Little Star’s quest to save her friend’s life by making time stand still. On her journey she encounters The Bird Who Has No Wings, The Magician of the Roaring Winds, The Magician of the Pouring Rains, and The Magician of the Silent Snows. Watched over by the Sun and the Moon, Little Star finds that everything begins and ends as it should.

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Estimated Classroom Reading Fee: $50 per classroom, per semester
Estimated Amateur/Educational Royalty Fee: $75 per performance
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Description

Creators
Brendan Murray, playwright

 

Details

37 pgs. 8 either (originally performed with 4 actors)

Originally produced by Theatre Centre, UK, in 1994

Run Time: 60 minutes

Audience Recommendation: All Ages

Synopsis

The magical story of Little Star’s quest to save her friend’s life by making time stand still. On her journey she encounters The Bird Who Has No Wings, The Magician of the Roaring Winds, The Magician of the Pouring Rains, and The Magician of the Silent Snows. Watched over by the Sun and the Moon, Little Star finds that everything begins and ends as it should.

“Suffused with poetry, wit, and a wonderful wisdom.” -Irish Times
“Comforting and profound, the language beautiful.” -Time Out, UK
“Themes of death, memory and change are handled with sensitive clarity and wit in Murray’s beautifully written script.” -Dublin Sunday Tribune

Gallery photos from La Casa del Teatro’s 2014 production of How High Is Up? (Qué tan Alto es Arriba?) featuring Bruno Benitez, Elizabeth Ruiz, José Maria Vargas, Mirella Gonzalez, and Vega Yosahandi.

 

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Additional information

Script Type

Demo CD with vocals – Music Tracks Download, Perusal Script PDF, Production CD – Music Tracks Download, Written Score PDF

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