Schedule Wonderpuck 6

DAY 1 – FRIDAY

Unirii Square Cluj
Art Museum
Bánffy Castle, Bonțida

“Puck” Puppet Theatre, Cluj-Napoca, România

Author: Charles Perrault

Director: Cristian Nedea

Stage design and painting: Elena Ilaș

Puppet design: Florin Marin

Music: Ion Iurcu

Coordonare muzicală: Arona Bogdan

Distribuţie și interpretare muzicală: Ionuț Constantinescu, Ion Iurcu și Iulian Lungu.

  • duration: 40’
  • recommended age:  3 +
  • language of the show: Romanian
  • web link: https://teatrulpuck.ro

 

The classic story is reinterpreted, director Cristian Nedea's proposal respecting the recipe of a love story, but a cat one par excellence.

"For the Puss in Boots, the world is just scenery and people are just a necessary extra. The whole relationship with the master is seen here as a mere tool for the fulfillment of the cat's destiny. And how could it be otherwise when the cat falls in love? Even though it has seven lives, here and now it is all consuming, against a backdrop in which empires are forged or crumble. The story is the story of the cat nation," the director points out.

Theatre on Wheels, Arad

Puck Puppet Theatre, Cluj

Trioche Company, ItalyAuthor: Trio Trioche, Luca Domenicali și Rita Pelusio

Artistic director: Rita Pelusio

Stage design: Barbara Petrecca

Technical director: Luca Carbone

Cast:  Franca Pampaloni, Nicanor Cancellieri, Silvia Laniado

 

An old aunt, with a glorious past in music, turns the stages of theaters all over the world paired with her grandson, a budding talent. So is it a duo?

No, because there is also Norma, the young caregiver of the old aunt, who overwhelms them with her passion for opera, forcing them to abandon the classical repertoire.

The most famous opera arias are interpreted in a bizarre and amusing way, accompanied by the piano, the flute and the thousand objects that Norma will invent to play.

Between classical music and virtuosity, a game of rhythms and gags, Troppe Arie enchants without the help of words, through music and gestures, interacting with the public through a universally recognizable code where the most beautiful opera arias and pieces best known of classical music are interpreted, rearranged and desecrated in an absolutely original way.

Voltaj Academy, Cluj

AnimaArt, Cluj, Romania

Author: Dana Bonțidean

Artistic director: Dana Bonțidean

Stage design: Leonard Vartic

Puppet design: Liviu Bora

Music: Călin Negrea

Cast: Enikő Takács, Catalin Florea, Leonard Viziteu

An open window revealing the refinement and adaptability of a scenography, built with great care and attention to detail, belonging to a world of parable, gentleness, playfulness; a window from the soul to the soul.

With great dedication, attention and experience, the actors will make you witness the miracle of life; only in this way, aware of the divine gift, we aim to cultivate hope, sensitivity, empathy, ambition, courage and the joy of living.

Locked in the attic of being, of consciousness, of living, of loneliness, not knowing why and until when: we can always have the revelation that we are able to fill it with joy, to bring light into the night, to turn crying into laughter, loneliness into fulfillment, dust into a dance of the stars.

Ion Creangă Theatre, Bucharest, Romania

Author: L. Frank Baum

Artistic director: Phil Willmott

Stage design: Ioana Colceag

Cast: Andreea Mera, Carmen Palcu, Marius Nănău, Ciprian Niculae, Andreea Gaica, Eduard Petru Jighirgiu, Cosmin Seleși, Voicu Hetel, Valeria Stoian, Nicoleta Rusu, Andra Mirescu 

 

 

There's no place like home!

"Dorothy is swept away by a hurricane from a small Kansas village and arrives in the magical kingdom of Oz. She makes many wonderful friends and has amazing adventures, but she doesn't give up wishing she could go back to her aunt and uncle.

Most of us are lucky: no matter what challenges and difficulties we overcome every day, we have a place to return to, where we feel comfortable, loved and safe. It's very easy to understand Dorothy's feelings, and we can't help but rejoice when she finally makes it home."

Phil Willmott, director

“Puck” Puppet Theatre, Cluj-Napoca, România

Author: Charles Perrault

Director: Cristian Nedea

Stage design and painting: Elena Ilaș

Puppet design: Florin Marin

Music: Ion Iurcu

Coordonare muzicală: Arona Bogdan

Distribuţie și interpretare muzicală: Ionuț Constantinescu, Ion Iurcu și Iulian Lungu.

  • duration: 40’
  • recommended age:  3 +
  • language of the show: Romanian
  • web link: https://teatrulpuck.ro

The classic story is reinterpreted, director Cristian Nedea's proposal respecting the recipe of a love story, but a cat one par excellence.

"For the Puss in Boots, the world is just scenery and people are just a necessary extra. The whole relationship with the master is seen here as a mere tool for the fulfillment of the cat's destiny. And how could it be otherwise when the cat falls in love? Even though it has seven lives, here and now it is all consuming, against a backdrop in which empires are forged or crumble. The story is the story of the cat nation," the director points out.

DAY 2 – SATURDAY

Unirii Square Cluj
Art Museum
The National Museum of Etnography Reduta Palace

 „Tăndărică” Animation Theatre, Bucharest

Director: Ioan Brancu

Scenography: Tomoș Tunde

Music: Cari Tibor

Cast: Ioan Brancu, Liliana Gavrilescu, Florin Mititelu, George Simian, Daniela Mihai, Mona Toncu Cristina Țane.

  • duration: 50’
  • recommended age: 3+
  • language of the show: romanian
  • Link: https://www.teatrultandarica.ro/

 

"Which came first, the egg or the chicken? A question that has preoccupied and continues to preoccupy many philosophers throughout the ages. This question has not bothered chickens: they have continued to lay eggs as they have always done. Chickens look for food all day long because they have big families. Roosters still have time to dream. What do roosters dream about? I guess it's not hard to guess. What about chickens? What do they dream about? And so the chickens seem to lead a dream life: they lay eggs, they eat, they go to sleep peacefully and they dream beautifully. Suddenly, a STREET appears in their backyard! The hens are shocked.

They've never seen anything like it. And then, as if on cue, various vehicles start driving down the street. The shock grows, but when the Father of the Machines appears, all-out war breaks out. How much can a chicken take? After all, although it looks silly and stupid, the chicken is a human soul too. And in the end, chickens get to heaven (yes, chickens have their own heaven) without having answered the question that has been nagging at us for ages... Was it the egg? Was it the hen?...", Ioan Brancu, director.

Ion Creangă Theatre, Bucharest, Romania

Author: L. Frank Baum

Artistic director: Phil Willmott

Stage design: Ioana Colceag

Cast: Andreea Mera, Carmen Palcu, Marius Nănău, Ciprian Niculae, Andreea Gaica, Eduard Petru Jighirgiu, Cosmin Seleși, Voicu Hetel, Valeria Stoian, Nicoleta Rusu, Andra Mirescu 

 

 

There's no place like home!

"Dorothy is swept away by a hurricane from a small Kansas village and arrives in the magical kingdom of Oz. She makes many wonderful friends and has amazing adventures, but she doesn't give up wishing she could go back to her aunt and uncle.

Most of us are lucky: no matter what challenges and difficulties we overcome every day, we have a place to return to, where we feel comfortable, loved and safe. It's very easy to understand Dorothy's feelings, and we can't help but rejoice when she finally makes it home."

Phil Willmott, director

Theatre on Wheels, Arad

Puck Puppet Theatre, Cluj

Totaal Theatre / Compagnie with Balls, Netherlands

Author: Marjolein Wagter

Scenography: Peter van Valkenhoef

Cast: Marjolein Wagter și Peter van Valkenhoef

 

With the world at your feet, World Wanderer is a walking adventure.

At the top of its almost two-meter high globe, it draws the eye, an evocative image that tickles the fancy.

In the vicinity of the globe, exchanges are born between audience and World Wanderer.

Children and adults alike are happy to search the globe for places they have been or want to go.

Around the world in 80 days? World Wanderer takes its audience around the world in 30 minutes!

TrappTop Flotta, Hungary

Artistic director: Rumi László

Scenography: Rumi László

Cast: Erdei Gergő, Szabó Péter Mátyás și Rumi László

  • duration: 40’
  • recommended age: all ages
  • language of the show: Hungarian

 

link web: https://trapptop.hu/ 

 

This time, the comedians who are passionate about stilt walking choose the bravest kids to play with. 

Lots of challenges await the contestants, so the most skilful can take the start of the famous Fleet Flying Car. Please fasten your seatbelt! You can also laugh!

Teatrul de Animație ,,Țăndărică" București

The "Open Streets" project was initiated in 2020 by the Romanian Association for Culture, Education and Normality (ARCEN) and is intended as a manifesto for the future of the city and an important step towards quality urban life. The aim of the project is to enhance public space, increase safety for pedestrians and cyclists, provide a new perspective of how residents relate to the city and encourage recreational activities in public space. 

 

Totaal Theatre / Compagnie with Balls, Netherlands

Author: Marjolein Wagter

Scenography: Peter van Valkenhoef

Cast: Marjolein Wagter și Peter van Valkenhoef

With the world at your feet, World Wanderer is a walking adventure.

At the top of its almost two-meter high globe, it draws the eye, an evocative image that tickles the fancy.

In the vicinity of the globe, exchanges are born between audience and World Wanderer.

Children and adults alike are happy to search the globe for places they have been or want to go.

Around the world in 80 days? World Wanderer takes its audience around the world in 30 minutes!

MÉHEK Band, Hungary

Direction and stage design: Csaba Méhes

Cast: Csaba Méhes - voice, percussion, Petra Mikolai - drums, Péter Illyés - guitar, Kristóf Váczi - base, Simai László - trumpet, Béla Koppányi - posan

  • duration: 1 h
  • recommended age: all ages
  • language of the show: Hungarian and English
  • web link: http://mehes.hu/

MÉHEK was founded in 1995. Originally started as a street music performance, the two-piece band has meanwhile become and now plays as a full orchestra. Their songs are fresh, sometimes ironic, socially critical and humorous, in a variety of popular music styles, sometimes caricaturing them. MÉHEK is a real party band, offering both a lively soundtrack and an intellectual experience.

Totaal Theatre / Compagnie with Balls, Netherlands

Author: Marjolein Wagter

Scenography: Peter van Valkenhoef

Cast: Marjolein Wagter și Peter van Valkenhoef

With the world at your feet, World Wanderer is a walking adventure.

At the top of its almost two-meter high globe, it draws the eye, an evocative image that tickles the fancy.

In the vicinity of the globe, exchanges are born between audience and World Wanderer.

Children and adults alike are happy to search the globe for places they have been or want to go.

Around the world in 80 days? World Wanderer takes its audience around the world in 30 minutes!

Ion Creangă Theatre, Bucharest, Romania

Author: L. Frank Baum

Artistic director: Phil Willmott

Stage design: Ioana Colceag

Cast: Andreea Mera, Carmen Palcu, Marius Nănău, Ciprian Niculae, Andreea Gaica, Eduard Petru Jighirgiu, Cosmin Seleși, Voicu Hetel, Valeria Stoian, Nicoleta Rusu, Andra Mirescu 

There's no place like home!

"Dorothy is swept away by a hurricane from a small Kansas village and arrives in the magical kingdom of Oz. She makes many wonderful friends and has amazing adventures, but she doesn't give up wishing she could go back to her aunt and uncle.

Most of us are lucky: no matter what challenges and difficulties we overcome every day, we have a place to return to, where we feel comfortable, loved and safe. It's very easy to understand Dorothy's feelings, and we can't help but rejoice when she finally makes it home."

Phil Willmott, director

Theatre on Wheels, Arad

Author: Nuți Dorobanțu, Sorin Dorobanțu

Direction and scenography: Nuți Dorobanțu, Sorin Dorobanțu

Cast: Nuți Dorobanțu, Sorin Dorobanțu

  • duration: 40’
  • recommended age: toate vârstele
  • language of the show: romanian
  • Link web: https://teatrulperoti.ro/

 

Life is a beautiful game that these two clowns enjoy to the fullest. This story-joke or play-story is shared with the audience. The two protagonists will draw you lovingly into the story to remind you that it's only a step to... childhood. All we need is a little courage and playfulness to become children again...

Trioche Company, Italy

Author: Trio Trioche, Luca Domenicali și Rita Pelusio

Artistic director: Rita Pelusio

Stage design: Barbara Petrecca

Technical director: Luca Carbone

Cast:  Franca Pampaloni, Nicanor Cancellieri, Silvia Laniado

 

An old aunt, with a glorious past in music, turns the stages of theaters all over the world paired with her grandson, a budding talent. So is it a duo?

No, because there is also Norma, the young caregiver of the old aunt, who overwhelms them with her passion for opera, forcing them to abandon the classical repertoire.

The most famous opera arias are interpreted in a bizarre and amusing way, accompanied by the piano, the flute and the thousand objects that Norma will invent to play.

Between classical music and virtuosity, a game of rhythms and gags, Troppe Arie enchants without the help of words, through music and gestures, interacting with the public through a universally recognizable code where the most beautiful opera arias and pieces best known of classical music are interpreted, rearranged and desecrated in an absolutely original way.

Improvertiții, Cluj

Teatrul Magic Puppet, Cluj, România

Magic Puppet, Cluj, Romania

Made by: Silviu Ruști

  • duration: 40’
  • recommended age: 4+
  • language of the show: Romanian
  • web link: https://www.facebook.com/puppetmagic

Science is the real magic that can create spectacular things. That's why we invite you to discover the secrets of science with us, to see how amazing it can be. But it takes a lot of scientific energy to make it all work, and let's learn together what the rules are for becoming a Mini Science Man.

KronicoKab, Italy

Artistic director: Nadia Irene Imperio

Stage design: Nadia Irene Imperio

Puppet design: Nadia Irene Imperio

Cast: Nadia Irene Imperio                    

  • duration: 50’
  • recommended age: 6+
  • language of the show: non verbal with English 
  • web link: https://www.facebook.com/kronicokab/

 

Sequence of poetical or comical micro-narrations underlined by music, with a puppeteer acting and singing while interacting with her characters. Nearly all the sketches are visual and played in strong harmony with music, silences and sound effects. Just the character of Nora sings and communicates with the audience.

“Puck” Puppet Theatre, Cluj-Napoca, România

Author: Patrice Seiler

Director: Radu Dinulescu

Stage design: Patrice Seiler

Puppet design: Florin Marin

Painting: Elena Ilaș

Cast: Adina Ungur, Ionuț Constantinescu.

  • duration: 45’
  • recommended age:  5 +
  • language of the show: Romanian
  • web link: https://teatrulpuck.ro

 

 

The story of the bad wolf is known by most of us, but this was a long time ago. Meanwhile, the world has changed, the population aged and the youngsters immigrated in order to find jobs...

Then, the iron-toothed monsters with steel blades arrived, and they plucked all the trees, one by one, leaving the ridges empty. Alone, in a deserted land, our hero, The Wolf, gathered his belongings and went into the unknown to try his luck, in another world, in another forest.

The story of the migrant wolf starts like any other migration, with a guide who helps him cross the border - or the sea - and relocates him into another world. What will happen once he arrives there? It is the story of those who seek "the best of the worlds".

DAY 3 – SUNDAY

Unirii Square Cluj
Art Museum
The National Museum of Etnography Reduta Palace

TrappTop Flotta, Hungary

Artistic director: Rumi László

Scenography: Rumi László

Cast: Erdei Gergő, Szabó Péter Mátyás și Rumi László

  • duration: 40’
  • recommended age: all ages
  • language of the show: Hungarian

link web: https://trapptop.hu/ 

This time, the comedians who are passionate about stilt walking choose the bravest kids to play with. 

Lots of challenges await the contestants, so the most skilful can take the start of the famous Fleet Flying Car. Please fasten your seatbelt! You can also laugh!

Mikropódium Puppet Theatre, Hungary

Artistic direction: Lénárt András

Stage design: Lénárt András

Puppet design: Lénárt András

Cast: Lénárt András

  • duration: 20’
  • recommended age: all ages
  • language of the show: nonverbal
  • web link: https://www.facebook.com/mikropodium

 

The title of the show is STOP and LOOK! I gave it this title because it is a special outdoor performance.

I wanted to create an outdoor show, an intimate show, a piece for those who are sensitive to subtlety, who can pay attention to a different look, a different way of communicating. For those who can stop for a few minutes for such an outdoor outing for a few moments, forgetting the rush, the daily cares...

The show is included in the Register of Values of Heves County and is part of the Hungarian cultural heritage.

Cia. Patética, Sao Paolo, Brasil

Artistic director: Fábio Parpinelli

Stage design: Fábio Parpinelli

Cast: Fábio Parpinelli

  • duration: 45’
  • recommended age: all ages
  • language of the show: English
  • web link: https://www.patetica.com/

Pockets full of ideas and surprises. Perhaps the biggest of them is an offal: a puppet named “Miúdo”, small only in his size, but giant in his intentions. He invites the audience to participate in this fun interaction.

“Miúdo” stays in the actor’s pocket watching everything around him. The saxophone’s music attracts everyone, immediately transforming the atmosphere. It all starts when the participants draw a surprise card and – according to what is drawn – a gift will be given. It could be a tiny flower, a colorful lollipop, sparklers, and the dancing sound of a little music box or a big tight hug from our little character. The poetic game is cast! There are so many options and opportunities to arouse the most diverse emotions in the public.

In order to finish with great joy, Miúdo still offers a poem – a special reading moment to value writing, orality and what is most essential: sharing feelings in these small moments of personal contact.

Cia. Patética, Sao Paolo, Brasil

Artistic director: Fábio Parpinelli

Stage design: Fábio Parpinelli

Cast: Fábio Parpinelli

  • duration: 45’
  • recommended age: all ages
  • language of the show: English
  • web link: https://www.patetica.com/

Pockets full of ideas and surprises. Perhaps the biggest of them is an offal: a puppet named “Miúdo”, small only in his size, but giant in his intentions. He invites the audience to participate in this fun interaction.

“Miúdo” stays in the actor’s pocket watching everything around him. The saxophone’s music attracts everyone, immediately transforming the atmosphere. It all starts when the participants draw a surprise card and – according to what is drawn – a gift will be given. It could be a tiny flower, a colorful lollipop, sparklers, and the dancing sound of a little music box or a big tight hug from our little character. The poetic game is cast! There are so many options and opportunities to arouse the most diverse emotions in the public.

In order to finish with great joy, Miúdo still offers a poem – a special reading moment to value writing, orality and what is most essential: sharing feelings in these small moments of personal contact.

Noisy Oyster, UK

Author: DaSilva Theatre Company

Artistic director: Ray DaSilva

Stage design: Nik Palmer

Puppet design: Ray DaSilva

Cast: Nik Palmer și Sarah Rowland-Barker                    

"Seeing old puppets trapped in glass cages in museums can be a dispiriting business, with all the life gone from them and little to show for their performing past. How much better it is then, to give them a second lease of life by creating a new show in tune with present-day needs. And that is what Noisy Oyster has done by offering a new version of the classic DaSilva circus marionette show. Using the original puppets, which date from the 1960s and 1970s, Nik Palmer and Sarah have created a show which celebrates the past but engages present-day audiences. It's quite unusual these days to see a marionette show, especially one as well-manipulated as this one, touring to small arts centers; and it's all the more welcome when it's a return to performing life for a group of historic and well-traveled puppets." - Chris Abbott for Puppeteers UK

Theatre on Wheels, Arad

Puck Puppet Theatre, Cluj

 „Tăndărică” Animation Theatre, Bucharest

Director: Ioan Brancu

Scenography: Tomoș Tunde

Music: Cari Tibor

Cast: Ioan Brancu, Liliana Gavrilescu, Florin Mititelu, George Simian, Daniela Mihai, Mona Toncu Cristina Țane.

  • duration: 50’
  • recommended age: 3+
  • language of the show: romanian
  • Link: https://www.teatrultandarica.ro/

"Which came first, the egg or the chicken? A question that has preoccupied and continues to preoccupy many philosophers throughout the ages. This question has not bothered chickens: they have continued to lay eggs as they have always done. Chickens look for food all day long because they have big families. Roosters still have time to dream. What do roosters dream about? I guess it's not hard to guess. What about chickens? What do they dream about? And so the chickens seem to lead a dream life: they lay eggs, they eat, they go to sleep peacefully and they dream beautifully. Suddenly, a STREET appears in their backyard! The hens are shocked.

They've never seen anything like it. And then, as if on cue, various vehicles start driving down the street. The shock grows, but when the Father of the Machines appears, all-out war breaks out. How much can a chicken take? After all, although it looks silly and stupid, the chicken is a human soul too. And in the end, chickens get to heaven (yes, chickens have their own heaven) without having answered the question that has been nagging at us for ages... Was it the egg? Was it the hen?...", Ioan Brancu, director.

Teatrul Municipal de Păpuși ,,Guguță”, Chișinău, Moldova

“Guguță” Puppet Theatre, Chișinău, Moldova

Author: Nicolae Rusu

Artistic director: Gabriela Lungu

Stage design: Brovcenco Silvia

Music: Ilie Văluță

Coreography: Gabriela Lungu

Cast: Lungu Gabriela, Buhnă Ala, Săli Alexandru

  • duration: 45’
  • recommended age: 3+
  • language of the show: Romanian
  • web link: http://www.gugutateatru.md/

If a good state for me is a bad state for you, and a positive resolution for you is a negative resolution for me, how can you reconcile two irreconcilable attitudes so that everyone is reconciled? The consensus of this seemingly unattainable dilemma tries to find the characters in Nicolae Rusu's new play "The Right Side".

„Tăndărică” Animation Theatre, Bucharest

The "Open Streets" project was initiated in 2020 by the Romanian Association for Culture, Education and Normality (ARCEN) and is intended as a manifesto for the future of the city and an important step towards quality urban life. The aim of the project is to enhance public space, increase safety for pedestrians and cyclists, provide a new perspective of how residents relate to the city and encourage recreational activities in public space. 

Di Filippo Marionette, Italy

Author: Di Filippo Marionette

Artistic direction: Remo di Filippo

Stage design: Remo di Filippo

Puppet design: Di Filippo Marionette

Cast: Rhoda Lopez, Remo di Filippo 

Puppet show full of poetry and fun, perfect for all ages: “They enchant children and make adults dream”.
The puppets are alive, alive in the sense of being able to convey emotions!
Wordless cabaret style show where each character has their own story that is told through movement, music, live singing and interaction with the actors-puppeteers.

“Time is life,
and life lives in the heart “

Puck Puppet Theatre, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Author: José Géal

Artistic director: Varga Ibolya

Scenography and puppets: Hoppál Judit

Music: Lászlóffy Zsolt

Cast: Balogh Dorottya, Giriti Réka, Domokos Szabolcs, Mostis Balázs

  • duration: 40’
  • recommended age: 3+
  • language of the show: Hungarian

The performance presents two extraordinary stories by José Géal, linked by the protagonist Plüm-Plüm. The first tale is a classic one, it features a king, a queen and a dragon, but in the same time,  the absurd humour makes it a far from ordinary story. The second tale introduces the strict guardian of silence, Policeman Mustache, who is continuosly upset by the rule-breaker, Pluf the tomcat. 

The show is full of exciting twists and turns and will captivate everyone, young and old!

„Spiriduș” Puppet Theatre, Satu Mare

A show by Ana Maria Dachmann

  • duration: 30’
  • recommended age:: 2+
  • language of the show: romanian
  • Link web: https://www.facebook.com/Teatrul-de-p%C4%83pu%C8%99i-Spiridu%C8%99-100710435290743

Dear friends, we are looking forward to a new story of the leprechaun. Do you know this song, dear children? Cucuriguuu, you big boys! Give me your little purse! In which story have you heard this song? Want to be the rooster's friend? Do you want to accompany the rooster on his adventure? If so, we invite you to a new show lovingly presented by the "Spiriduș" Puppet Theatre, a cute, funny, educational and interactive show.

 

Dragi prieteni spectatori, vă așteptăm cu mic, cu mare, la o nouă poveste a spiridușului. Cunoașteți acest cântecel, dragi copii? Cucuriguuu, boieri mari! Dați punguța cu doi bani! Oare în care poveste ați auzit acest cântecel? În povestea „Punguța cu doi bani”, o poveste scrisă de Ion Creangă. Vreți să vedeți ce a pățit cocoșul? Vreți să-l ajutați pe cocoș să primească punguța înapoi? Vreți să fiți prietenii cocoșului? Vreți să-l însoțiți pe cocoș în aventura lui? Dacă da, vă invităm la un nou spectacol prezentat cu drag de Teatrul de Păpuși „Spiriduș”, un spectacol drăguț, haios, educativ și interactiv.

Mikropódium Puppet Theatre, Hungary

Artistic direction: Lénárt András

Stage design: Lénárt András

Puppet design: Lénárt András

Cast: Lénárt András

  • duration: 20’
  • recommended age: all ages
  • language of the show: nonverbal
  • web link: https://www.facebook.com/mikropodium

The title of the show is STOP and LOOK! I gave it this title because it is a special outdoor performance.

I wanted to create an outdoor show, an intimate show, a piece for those who are sensitive to subtlety, who can pay attention to a different look, a different way of communicating. For those who can stop for a few minutes for such an outdoor outing for a few moments, forgetting the rush, the daily cares...

The show is included in the Register of Values of Heves County and is part of the Hungarian cultural heritage.

Magic Puppet, Cluj, Romania

Artistic director: Florin Suciu and Silviu Ruști

Stage design: Florin Suciu

Puppet design: Florin Suciu

Cast: Bogdan Gontineac, Dragoș Lupău

What happens when the kitchen is turned upside down by the new queen's unruly culinary demands? Magic Puppet invites you to an interactive show of puppet theatre, magic and science experiments where we learn that only by combining the old chef's skill and the new kitchen helper's innovation will we be able to fulfill the new Queen's wishes. Because the best solution is teamwork.