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On Sunday July 8 2012 Mini teater will once again fill the smell of fresh bagels from the Mishmash Bakery

Svetlana Makarović’s story of goodness of a humble baker Mishmash that gives to poor and children free bread and the mouthful Jedrt who wants to no matter what the price is find out how Mishmash manages to bake such good bread will be once again brought on stage at 6pm on July 8 in Križevniška 1, Ljubljana.

An hour before the performance children and their parents are welcome to be a part of free CREATIVE WORKSHOP – SOWING OF FINGER PUPPETS.

“Top performance even musically thanks to animation-acting realization, authentic reviving personalities of fairly different puppet characters. With the revelation of mistakes and lacks of societies it is also socially problematic. In the story it is the conniving that sends Mishmash away, in real life those that are different from the majority that unfortunately too many times drives them away or eliminates them.” Uroš Smasek, Večer

The caption of Mini teater’s puppet hit performance The Mishmash Bakery can also be seen here.


Svetlana Makarovič

Directed by: Robert Waltl

Starring: Violeta Tomič/alt. Vesna Vončina, Jose/alt. Miha Rodman in Tadej Pišek

Artistic approach: Robert Smolik

Choreography: Natalija Manojlović

Music: Uroš Rakovec

Light design: Nikša Mrkonjić


Language editor: Mateja Dermelj

Technical staff: Tilen Vipotnik, Anže Kreč, Marko Levičnik, David Cerar in Blaž Mahkota

Head of the performance: Rosana Knavs

Puppet performance is suitable for children from 3 years of age!

Duration: 50 minutes.


"The performance is created in terms of International European Projects “Puppet Nomad Academy 2” co-financed by the European commission, program Culture (2007-2013). This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein."