THIS WEEKEND LAST MORRSION BEFORE MONTH OF MAY AWAITS US!
Brand new puppet performance of Mini teater, dreamy adventure of a little boy MORRISONA, who gets to know all FOUR SEASONS, will be performed on Saturday, March 30th 2013 at 5pm!
A performance about a small boy that gets lost in the woods and is encountered by all the fascinating and also negative sides of summer, spring, fall and winter … We will witness different stories, actions, fight, game, love, hatred, happiness and sorrow throughout all the four seasons. Puppet adventure full of fantastical discoveries and entertainment.
We will witness different stories, adventures, fight, act, love, hate, happiness and sorrow throughout all four seasons – summer, fall, winter and spring. Even though Morrison will be many times in dangerous situations the adventure will last for as long as his imagination and desire will allow him to do so.
Adventure will be full of interesting, amusing, educational, playful and full of surprises for children who will be able to see through the eyes of a small boy in a magical forest of books in which the four seasons will take human forms. In the forest Morrison will learn also about the relationships among friends. They come and sometimes leave, but they never truly disappear. They keep changing our lives in various ways. Morrison therefore also realizes that some things sometimes in life happen completely without a reason.
See a short video clip of the new puppet performance of Mini teater!
When we will get to know all the four seasons with the little Morrison for the next time, spring will most definitely be here!
MORRISON AND THE FOUR SEASONS
Directed by: Mirko Rajas
Stage design and Puppets:Kalju Karl Kivi
Set design and costume assistant: Rosana Knavs
Starring: Jose and Maruša Majer
Lecture: Mateja Dermelj
Head of techical crew: Tilen vipotnik
Technical Crew: Matej Primec, Ivan Waltl and Tilen Vipotnik
Coproduction: Mini teater (Slovenia) and NUKU Tallinn (Estonia)
Puppet performance for children from 3 years of age.
Duration: 40 minutes