Stories from oblivion
|13 December 2017
||Ludowy Theatre - Main Stage|
Directed by:Duda Paiva
ProductionAnimation Theatre in Poznań
Pre-Slavic demonology, together with astonishing legends and the magical creatures who inhabit them, slowly vanishes. The creators of this very play try to save some of these tales from oblivion. The actors enter the stage and tell the stories of powerful Płanetniks, mad forest, quacks called Babas, dangerous and cunning Baba Yagas and ominious, mysterious Bezkost. At the very beginning of the legend Kobłuk appears though, a quiet forest spirit, whose presence is always a sign of misfortune. From this very moment everything goes wrong and the legends, instead of being told in whispers and silence, come to life! Duda Paiva, a Brazilian who lives in the Netherlands, takes a closer look at the Slavic legends. Maybe thanks to this very play we will get to know them anew ourselves?
Play for children 9 and over.
Directed, choreography by Duda Paiva
Dramaturgy by Malina Prześluga
Music by Dawid Dąbrowski
Lighting design by Michał Krugiołka
Assistent director: Paweł Strumiński (ATB)
Stage designer assistant: Małgorzata Rekusz
Puppets: Grzegorz Fijałkowski, Damian Kubasiewicz, Mariusz Szajbe
Julianna Dorosz, Sylwia Koronczewska-Cyris, Mariola Ryl-Krystianowska, Marcin Chomicki, Krzysztof Dutkiewicz, Marcel Górnicki