By Puzzle Theatre
They resemble us...a little bit...maybe
What is more surprising than a world made of plastic bags where funny and colourful creatures are born and transform themselves as much as they like!
They fill themselves, they empty themselves, they fly, they eat each other, they are bored… They exist.
Step by step they reveal their nature. They are primitive, naive and funny and they resemble us a little bit... maybe...
Remaining faithful to it’s artistic approach Puzzle Theatre offers you once again a multicolored performance with unusual puppets, humor and unexpected situations
Running time: 40 minutes.
Ages 5 and up.
SATURDAY, JULY 13
SUNDAY, JULY 14
11:30 AM & 3:30 PM
Venue: City Hall Auditorium
Take your chances & arrive on the day or for $0
After finishing his studies in Drama at the University Babes-Bolyai in Kolozsvár, Csaba worked for the Hungarian repertoire theatre in Székelyudvarhely where he played many leading roles. In 2006, he settled in Montreal where he joined the Puzzle Theatre and embarked on a new artistic approach – creative theatre.
Having earned a Masters in Staging for the puppet theatre from Sofia National Theatre and Cinema School in 1996, Pavla is a director, puppet and set designer, as well as a puppeteer. She also leads puppet making and theatre workshops.
Puzzle Theatre was founded in Bulgaria and moved to Montréal in 2004. It has its own unique style that draws on many different theatre genres, including actor, object and puppet theatre. It built its reputation through its colourful combination of styles and the broad range of its means of expression. It allows the audience free reign to interpret the unspoken, to make their own associations between ideas and to feel what is not explicitly stated. Puzzle Theatre has performed across Canada, North America, in Europe and in Asia.