Saturday, September 17th; 18.00 h; Cultural Centre Travno venue; 6+; 45 minutes; in Croatian
Hans Christian Andersen’s tale of The Little Match Girl is a beautiful and heartrending story that shines a light on human frailty and the power of the imagination to offer hope.
Performed in the round, an intimate space where the audience will experience a dreamlike, magical world of enchanting puppets, haunting shadows and original music – a warm and tender production with a contemporary twist.
Based on the H. Ch. Andersen’s fairy tale The Little Match Girl
MINI TEATER, LJUBLJANA, REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA
Mini teater (1999), founded by Robert Waltl and Ivica Buljan, set up its home in the landscape of Slovenian art at a time when the aesthetics of the eighties, after the zenith of the nineties, began to live in a new generation of directors. Baroque-visual theatre, retro-avant-garde, post-political theatre and formalist research on the one hand and Mini teater on the other as a new, extreme border place, set in the tradition of European art theatre by authors such as Peter Brook, Ariana Mnouschkina, Giorgio Strehler, Patrice Chereau and Anatoly Vasilyev, and the American avant-garde from the Living Theatre to Ellen Stewart and her La MaMa.