The actor's major goal is to hold the viewers' attention. What is even better is making them forget they are in the theatre. So when this happens, both sides are happy and content.
However, it is difficult to keep children's attention as they can see something is fake like no one else can: a monotonous memorised text makes them bored quickly.
interactive play was specially designed for children from the age of 3 to 5 as an improvisational game to make it interesting for kids to take part. Each time, two clown actors, together with young spectators, reinvent a game. They use a variety of simple and familiar objects, which gain extraordinary properties during the performance.
The action performed without words and decorations is in the language of pantomime, play-acting, and clowning. Even the sunbeams come to life with the help of skilful actors, which makes children believe something truly miraculous is happening on stage.
The major goal of the performance is to help kids come up with their own game and create a feeling of joy and excitement.