As if the excitement wasn’t already more than enough, for their grand finale, Doodah will be sucked upwards into a mini candy-floss whirlwind and vanish from the stage to be replaced by radio-controlled miniature versions of themselves dressed as space pirates.
Like true artists and designers everywhere, Deirdre was very specific with her team.
‘It is the tiny details that can make or break a show,’ she reminded them. ‘So pay attention.’
‘I want wooden legs made of metal,’ she continued, ‘and pirate eye-patches complete with miniature windscreen wipers.’ Deirdre’s team nodded, some more enthusiastically than others.
‘Finally,’ she said finally, ‘I want the parrots on our shoulders to look like disco cockatoos.’
A series of mirrors and lenses will make these miniature versions of Doodah appear full size to the audience. The real Doodah will be backstage operating their miniature avatars by radio control.
Finally, just as the opening bars of One-Thumb, Two-Thumb Good begin, Doodah are going to be fired back onto the stage by four cannons made to look like the claws of an enormous bear.
This is really going to be some kind of show.
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