The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer

October 12-22 • Digital Performances

Connections: Exploration, Climate Change, Enduring Love

A Production by The Last Great Hunt

Seas have risen, billions have died. Alvin Sputnik is our only hope. He must venture to the bottom of the ocean to find his wife’s lost soul and save humanity. Direct from sellout seasons in New York, Sydney, and Auckland this multi award-winning piece of heartwarming “theatrical magic” (Sunday Mail) is a one-man micro-epic about enduring love and the end of the world. “…akin to a theatrical Wall-E” (New York Times)

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Recommended for Grades 4 to 12
approximate running time: 45 minutes with no intermission

By Tim Watts
Creator: Tim Watts
Performer: Tim Watts
Creative Advisor: Arielle Gray
Technical Advisor: Chris Isaacs
Producer: Sian Roberts / The Last Great Hunt

This production was originally supported by The Blue Room and Perth
Theatre Company. This project has been assisted by the Australian
Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and
advisory body.’



Educators can book a stream now!

October 12-22, 2021

The show may be watched at any time in between the opening and closing dates!

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Alvin Sputnik Study Guide Cover

The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer Study Guide