Description of Zoo
The great artist, Evelyn Roth was the creator of the Zoo way back in the 70’s. A Nylon Zoo inflatable sculptures is a venue onto itself. When you enter, it is as though you are in a magical place. The colors are magnificent and the shapes inside are unique and fascinating..
Inside the Dinosaur
The Nylon Zoo
This event is put together and packaged in such a way as to make it easy to load into a car and bring the zoo on a plane.
Part one: The audience stands in a line up outside the gated area ready to come in and take part in the Nylon Zoo. As they line up, the Nylon Zoo performer and her volunteers, sing songs (sometimes with puppets).
We entertain the audience, instruct everyone on some of the safety rules and let them know how the event will unfold.
Part Two: Along with volunteers, the zoo performer demonstrates how the costumes are worn. A child from the audience is invited into the gated area to try on a bird costume.
Part Three: The audience enters a the gated-off area and chooses a costume
Costume Parades & Dances
Each participant transforms into his or her animal or plant.
Interactive stories inside Inflatables
All the stories are highly interactive and unique . The themes are based on friendship and the environment/
This story inside is both interactive and educational, bringing awareness to our ecology and informing the participants about how the eco system is connected – the wetlands, oceans, rivers, streams, lakes, deltas and estuaries need to be preserved to protect our fish, wildlife and ourselves. Wetlands are much like ourkidneys, they filter the water in lakes, rivers, and streams, reduce pollution and prevent flooding.
The creator of the Zoo is Evelyn Roth, is a world renowned artist in both fabric art, wearable art and in visual and performance. Evelyn is the creator of these unique and colorful inflatable sculptures and costumes for parades. She is originally Canadian but she now resides in Maslin Beach Australia with her talented painter husband John Davis (evelynrothoz.com)