There isn't one planned at the moment. Live performance readings are our first goal: comprising a live reading, live piano and cello (or a recording if musicians Othon and Laura Moody aren't available), along with projected artwork. This is pretty much what we're able to do with the resources we currently have.
Once the app is finished, it'll be great to expand the performance readings to include real-time projections from the app, as well as short live dance sections. And sometime further down the track, it'd be a dream to take the many separate dance sections that James Wilton has choreographed for the app, bring them together into a full piece of work, and produce the ballet as a stage performance. A project in itself! But oh, what a project.
Paul sent me a link to this video: TeZukA, a dance piece by choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui that seeks to explore the works of Japanese manga artist and animator Osamu Tezuka. It looks amazing, and I'm sorry I didn't get the chance to see when it was on at Sadler's Wells last September.
I'd love to explore The Tale of Brin & Bent and Minno Marylebone in as many different kinds of media as possible: words, pictures, music, dance... even as a game. The story has taught me so much already, but I feel there's a great deal more to learn.