‘On a Greek Island, a parent and child fear for their safety and dream of a better life on foreign shores. They know they must flee, but how? The sea is obstructed but the sky is open..’
In a new version of the ancient fable of Icarus, The Wild and the Innocent use a live score, puppetry and bickering deities to ask: What does it mean to exist on an island? What happens when borders go up? And how do you let your child spread their wings?