Fairfax Festival Blog Eight: Kids Interviews Part Three

by Jane

A few more Fairfax Festival posts will be coming up over the next few days. Between the excitement of the last night, eight hours on a bus home, and catching up with real life it’s all a bit behind what I prepared. 

Niko and Kimberly

Niko and Kimberly from Birchip

What have you been working on for Fairfax?

K: The Misinformation Booths: you can tell us any question and we’ll try and answer it.

What’s your favourite thing about this week?

K: Probably the giant puppets.

N: Same with me, that was cool. And scaring people.

K: [Laughing] Yeah, I made a little kid cry.

N: And the sound art was good as well.

What is your favourite thing about theatre?

N: If you mucked up, you still have to keep going even though it looks bad.

K: You improvise.

N:  Yes, that’s what I love most. Improvising.

K: I like the musical side of things.

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Abol and Marnas from Swan Hill

What have you been working on for Fairfax?

M: We’ve been working on puppetry and the story of the old dreamtime in Aboriginal history, and we;ve been doing a bit of singing and dancing.

What’s your favourite thing about this week?

M: Food! No, kidding. Meeting people, and doing the different activities.

A: Making new friends.

What is your favourite thing about theatre?

M: I like how they can just get up, not forget the words, and perform and make everyone happy.

A: That you can just get lost in the acting and you can just have fun with it.

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