"A Bucket of Beetles is more than just a story of a beautiful friendship. It is a story about the connection between humans and nature. A story that leaves us questioning: are we taking care of our water, soil, and air enough?"
From screen to a live performance.
A Puppet performance that will be fit for all ages, children and adults.
“Based on a story told by a 4-years old boy”
“About friendship between a little boy named Wehea, and beetles around him”
“about learning to appreciate the small things to then be able to appreciate next bigger things”
Wehea is a little boy who lives in a big rain forest. Just like any other people who live there, Wehea has a special connection with nature. Even the smallest beings in the forest are his friends.
One day, Wehea sees a very special beetle. He then embarks on an adventure to meet the beetle; the ver special rhinoceros beetle who always searches for the lights and turns out to save his life.
“A Bucket of Beetles” is more than just a story of a beautiful friendship. It is a story about the connection between humans and nature. A story that leaves us questioning ourselves: are we taking care of our water, soil, and air enough?
This play is based on a story told by a 4-years old little boy.
All designs of the animal puppets in the play are taken from his drawings.
Every performances will be followed by a backstage tour.
Papermoon Puppet Theatre’s first cinematic puppet performance.this performance also has the cinema version
Journey of “A Bucket of Beetles”
Audiences’ comments :
“speechless, it gave me goosebumps!”
“magical performance for family”
“here is to our continuous effort to collectively cultivate interspecies, intergenerational, and intergroup collaboration towards peace and climate justice”
“the backstage tour was amazing!”
“love all the details in the show”
“never imagined a virtual performance could be this warm”
“Glad i could watch this virtual production from East Indonesia”
“Love this piece so much, i watched this in Chile!”
“a little child story, to a masterpiece!”
“It reminds me to Mellies’ movies”