The Wider Earth Paperback
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|About the Author||David Morton is a director, designer and playwright. He has created works, as well as designed and constructed puppets, for Lincoln Center, St. Ann's Warehouse, the New Victory Theater, Queensland Theatre Company, La Boite, Brisbane Festival, Sydney Opera House, Sydney Festival, Terrapin Puppet Company, Darwin Festival, Adelaide Festival Centre, The Garden of Unearthly Delights at the Adelaide Fringe, Metro Arts, Queensland Performing Arts Centre and the Brisbane Powerhouse. He is Best Director by the Matilda Awards in 216 for The Wider Earth, and has been nominated for Helpmann Awards in writing and design in both 216 and 217 for The Wider Earth and Laser Beak Man. He holds a PhD from the Queensland University of Technology focusing on the contemporary use of puppetry for adult audiences.|
|Author 1||David Morton|
|Book Description||In 1831, Charles Darwin, a twenty-two-year-old aspiring naturalist, stepped on board HMS Beagle. Little did he realize that the voyage would last five years, changing not only his own life - but also the history of the entire world. The Wider Earth brings this era-defining adventure to life, from traversing the dizzying heights of the Andes to diving into the depths of the Brazilian rainforest, through weathering the storms of Tierra del Fuego, to exploring the endless wonders of the Gal pagos Islands. David Morton's play received its widely acclaimed premiere at Queensland Theatre in Australia in 216, before transferring to the Natural History Museum, London, in October 218, presented by Trish Wadley Productions, Dead Puppet Society and Glass Half Full Productions, in a partnership project with the Natural History Museum.|
|Country of Origin||United Kingdom (UK)|
|Number of Pages||72|
|Publisher||Nick Hern Books|