On one regular morning, like any other,
our friend, Morris, wakes up. The play is inspired by the book
A Sick Day for Amos McGee, and the illustrations in the book. The most difficult question in the morning
is… what not to wear. We tried to think about the concept of routine. What does “routine” mean for us,
what does it mean for Morris? What does routine mean for children?
He’s a creature of habit. Who sluggishly comes to pave the trail?
It’s a snail! Where does Morris work?
If one of you knows, don’t give it away! Of course!
Morris works at the zoo! The puppets are two dimensional.
It’s like a picture coming to life, giving movement to two-dimensions. He’s a very playful character,
he knows how to do a lot of things, in loops or back and forth, That’s where his playfulness comes from.
Also from the personality of each animal, Where each of them has
a specific thing that they know how to do. Bless you, sweetie! Video: Yonathan Zur