On a blue planet far out in space there are no adults, only children. They are wild children who play when they want to and go to sleep when they are tired, without anyone telling them what to do. Then a mysterious man lands on the planet, and teaches them how to fly when the sun shines by flicking the dust off butterflies’ wings. A perilous adventure ensues, taking the children through dark forests, deep valleys and skies of blue. Their friendship and ingenuity are put to the test as never before in the most dangerous adventure a child could imagine.
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Toronto Star (***)
Ultimately, Blue Planet succeeds, by stimulating the imagination while still managing to make you think
Eye weekly (****)
...Blue Planet never forgets how to entertain us, thanks to extraordinarily beautiful production design.
The plot, scenery, cast, characters, costumes and acting was brilliant. I urge you to get out and experience it.
NOW Toronto online (NNNN)
The cast appears to be having as much fun as the audience, who are so caught up in the action that they collectively look up when a caracter points to a spot high above them.
Toronto Sun (****)
...Blue Planet suggests to children a situation where one groups comfort comes at cost to another's. And asks how much they'd really be willing to give up to set things right.
This play deserves a long run with lots of sold-out houses.