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Amazonia archiveChristmas Brazilian style! Brazilian and British theatre artists come together to create an Amazonian adventure. Inspired by the myths and legends of the rainforest and featuring original Brazilian music. Fantasy and reality dance through the depths of the rainforest. Laughter, danger and desire are unleashed and the Amazon trembles. Can the mystical spirits of the forest save our heroes? Performed in English. The Young Vic's International Programme is supported by Bloomberg. Performed in English. The Young Vic's International Programme is supported by Bloomberg.
Performers Daniel Cerqueira, Jeffrey Kissoon, Daisy Lewis, Chris New, Golda Rosheuvel, Simon Trinder.
Author Colin Teevan. Author Paul Heritage. Producer Young Vic. Producer People's Palace Projects. Director Paul Heritage. Director Joe Hill-Gibbins. Design Gringo Cardia. Design Ben Gerlis (associate design). Lighting Philip Gladwell. Sound Dan Jones. Choreographer Jean Abreu.

Amazonia

Amazonia (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0432805710. Details of all Amazonia archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S01955036395

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27 Nov 08
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24 Jan 09
The Young Vic
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