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It' s a sound show, a great deal of the stuff that was brought to the stage was recorded afterwards, so it felt like it was made while we were doing it, and then with Lorne, when we found the form of it, the stuff helping it.
Narrators laughing at children in the Indonesian catastrophe area.
Muhammad Ayub, equipped with luminous bronze waistcoats, are a group of people who have traveled thousands of miles to the earthquake and the tsunami-ravaged coastal town of Palu, Indonesia, from the Lombok Islands - which was itself struck by a string of fatal earthquakes this year. "Ayub, 30 years old, said, "We want to rebuild her mood after the Asian cyclone, there is a great deal of trauma," when Mahmud caused the temporary outside room in something like an Indonesian language variation of "heads, shoulders, legs and knees" to laugh loudly.
There' cheering and shooting your hand in the sky when Mahmud, who only gave his first name, begins another tale under the near tree. A few in Palu urgently need medical care, some need a safe haven over their head - but others just need a good laugh. Safe the Children reports that some 600,000 minors were affected by the earthquake, many of them left their homes and slept in the Palu remains.
Lombok, a beloved tourist destination off Bali, has been hit since July by a number of earthquakes that have left more than 500 dead and several hundred thousand in emergency accommodation or shelter.