Yes, the children basically become shadows on the wall or screen. In my experience, they look at the shadows they are projecting, not at the bright light. If you had a set up where you had a large group, only a few of which are "on stage" it might not work. To an observer in the audience, it doesn't look great, but to the actors watching their actions projected onto a background it is cool.
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