Water has been around for billions of years. What has this water seen? Where has it been? Some raindrops meet in a cloud after thousands of years apart. Before they are expelled back to earth to be indefinitely separated again, they rush to share stories and experiences with each other.
The audience is taken to the back to the dinosaurs, back to the caveman era, to the Victorian times, and to the top of an avalanche! As these stories unfold the raindrops begin to realise that the world has been changing. They find they are commonly the last raindrop left in what used to be a beautiful lake, that the ocean has begun to fill with plastic, and when they fall from the sky they become acid rain. They begin to realise that they have a mission ahead of them: To warn all the other raindrops/audience members about the changing of the planet and make plans to help solve the crisis.
This show is a three-handed digital creative development piece that includes audience interaction and discusses themes of community (being a vital part of something big), inclusivity, and climate change.
Audiences are invited to stay online after the show to ask questions, give feedback, and meet the team! Please note: this event will be hosted on Zoom.
Warning: Contains strobe lights and sustained bright lights, haze effects, both sudden and sustained loud noises, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction, potentially triggering content or themes, including War, COVID-19/Coronavirus