The West Australian Symphony Orchestra, two dancers, colourful sets and incredible masks make for a fresh and humorous take on the symphonic classic Peter and the Wolf. Spirited choreography, larger-than-life masks and a modern setting illuminate a symphonic classic like never before. In a fresh take on a well-loved classic, Peter is a dreamer dealing with the pressures of everyday life when he suddenly finds himself in the middle of an adventure: a mystifying mission to capture a wily wolf. WASO, two dancers, colourful sets and incredible masks make for a modern and humorous re-telling of this enduring story. All the live action is projected onto a big screen above the stage. Performances will take place at 1pm and 3pm on Sunday 26 June at the Perth Concert Hall.