Qdansk. Miniature outdoor performances in summer

During the summer holidays, the Miniature Theater does not play in its own building, but you can see its performances in different parts of Gdansk. Among other things, there will be special performances before the premiere of the new performances: “Pirates of Good Deeds” and “Direction: Earth”.

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As part of the Mobile Cultural Center of the Gdansk Cultural Archipelago in Chelyabinsk on July 24 and Zabianka on July 31, the Miniature will set up a special theater tent that only children can enter. The Legendary Miniature Theater is a series of short puppet shows based on Gdansk legends performed in direct contact with a small audience. The audience is small – no more than four children can sit on the pillows, and each performance lasts a few minutes.

In August, the Miniature will be held every Sunday at the Oran Amphitheater in Oruński Park as part of the GAK Music Stage Project’s High Noon Theater project. On this occasion, there will be a special screening of the two performances before the premiere. On August 8 at 12.00 you can watch the play “Pirates of Good Deeds” directed by Anna Volshchak, prepared on the occasion of the 425th anniversary of the Gdansk Library. The artists used two materials related to the library – Polish and paper. The director of the play was inspired by the book “Poems about pirates of good deeds and other creatures” by Joanna Müller, who beautifully uses the Polish language in poetry for children. His “poetry parcels” continue the best poetic traditions under the sign of Brzechwa or Wawiłow. Ideas for scenographic elements and puppets are associated with the form of the book and the different uses of paper. Mother and son Kacper go to this paper world full of good pirates, sea creatures and strange creatures.

In turn, on August 22 at 12.00 there will be a performance of “Direction: Earth”, directed by Michal Derlatka and co-produced by the Department of Municipal Economy of the Gdansk Mayor’s Office. and waste segregation. Alien Lilla, a survival game veteran, and his son Lang and their pet, Kenny, take part in the Survival Space Show Direction: Planet. A random machine sends them to Earth. Can they survive and collect all the trophies? What adventures await them?

Photo by Piotr Pędziszewski

In addition to the pre-premiere performances, Miniature will feature two very popular performances – “The Secret of Cinema” based on the best-selling series “Lasse and Maja’s Detective Bureau” about two friends who solved the detective puzzles of Martin Widmark. “Tales of Robots”, an unusual stage play based on the prose of Stanislaw Lem, in the small town of Vallebi and where artists use traditional dolls, digital instruments and mechatronics.

The adventures of the protagonists are explained by robots, kinetic objects and machines. Actors use electroanimation and play a cosmic instrument – the only instrument that can be played without touching it.

761st St. On August 4 and 10, Dominica will have the opportunity to watch the play “African Adventure” for the youngest spectators from the age of 1 at the Fish Market. It lasts for half an hour, with colorful scenery and beautiful music. It tells the story of Jakush, who moved to Africa in his dream and met various charming animals here.
Admission to all demonstrations is free.

July 24 and 31 | Mobile Cultural Center
Legendary Miniature Theater
director: Michał Derlatka
Performers: Agnieszka Grzegorzewska, Alexandra Miska, Magdalena Żulińska, Piotr Kłudka

An unusual outdoor art project of the Miniature Theater, which has prepared a special tent that only children can enter! Inside are unique puppet shows inspired by Gdansk legends, such as “Why is the Baltic Sea salty?” The project is unique in that only a few children (3-4) can enter the tent, and the show will last only a few minutes! Together with director Michał Derlatka, the miniature actors are convinced that no play is the same, and that each is a unique experience.

August 8 at 12.00 | Afternoon theater
Good job pirates
Based on a book by Joanna Mueller
adapted and directed by: Anna Wolszczak
set design: Martha Kodeniec
music: Paulina Derska
Cast: Wioleta Karpowicz, Piotr Srebrowski

The play was created for preschool children and first-year students on the occasion of the 425th anniversary of the Gdansk Library. The artists used two materials related to the library – Polish and paper. The play’s director, Anna Wolszczak, is inspired by Joanna Müller’s book, Poems about Pirates of Good Deeds and Other Creatures, published by Biuro Literackie. His “poetry parcels” continue the best poetic traditions under the sign of Brzechwa or Wawiłow. Ideas for scenographic elements and puppets are associated with the form of the book and the different uses of paper. Mother and son Kacper go to this paper world full of good pirates, sea creatures and strange creatures.

August 15 at 12.00 | Afternoon theater
Robots cartoons
Based on short stories by Stanislaw Lem from the volumes “Bajki robotów” and “Cyberiada”
Adapted, staged and directed by Romuald Wicza-Pokojski
music: Andrzej Smolik
Assistant Director: Piotr Srebrowski
Cast: Wioleta Karpowicz, Magdalena Żulinska, Piotr Srebrowski, Krystian Wieczyński

Two robotic friends go on a space trip. Along the way, Trurl and Klapaucius encounter strange cars and even strange planet rulers. electronic poet Elekrybałt, a machine that does everything starting with the letter “n” or anyone bored of King Globares. Manufacturers use traditional dolls, digital instruments and mechatronics in the play. The adventures of the protagonists are explained by robots, kinetic objects and machines. Actors use electro-animation and play a cosmic instrument – the only instrument that can be played without touching it.

Photo by Piotr Pędziszewski

August 22 at 12.00 | Afternoon theater
Direction: Location
director: Michał Derlatka
Screenplay: Sandra Szwarc
Set design: Alexandra Stawik
music: Joanna Sówka-Sowińska
stage action: Ula Zerek
casting:
Lilla | Magdalena Żulińska
Lang | Piotr Kłudka
Commentator | Jacek Majok
Mewa / Kominy / Karaluch / Mikołaj / Krowy | Zofiya Bartosh

Alien Lilla, a survival game veteran, and his son Lang and their pet, Kenny, take part in the Survival Space Show Direction: Planet. A random machine sends them to Earth. Can they survive and collect all the trophies? What adventures await them?

August 29 at 12.00 | Afternoon theater
The secret of the movie
Based on the book “The Secret of Cinema” from the series “Lasse and Maja’s Detective Office” by Martin Widmark and Helena Willis
translation: Barbara Gawryluk
adapted and directed by: Ireneusz Maciejewski
set design and dolls: Dariusz Panas
music: Old Time Radio
stage manager: Zbigniew Okęcki
casting
Lasse | Jacob Erlix
Maja | Wioleta Karpowicz
Zorban, Thief | Piotr Kłudka
Commissioner, Theodore | Jacek Majok
Iva Ross, Confectionery Merchant, Thief | Hanna Miśkiewicz
Miss Lund, Thief | Magdalena Żulińska

A humorous adaptation of a book from Martin Widmark’s best-selling “Lasse and Maja’s Operations Bureau” series, about two classmates, Maja and Lass, who set up a detective agency and helped solve puzzles in the fictional town of Vallebi.
This time Vallebi is afraid because someone is kidnapping the dogs for ransom. Among the injured is the famous actress Iva Ross, who came to the Rio cinema to watch the latest western film “The Whistling Cowboy”. He played there with his dog Carl Philip.

Dog owners are hopeless and the police are helpless. The criminal is extremely smart. The only trace he left was a letter of ransom. Police Commissioner Maja and Lasse are forced to ask for help. The young detectives have helped the police more than once, but will they be able to solve the mystery this time as well? Will they find a place to keep the dogs? Will they show the culprit?

August 4 and 10 | 761. St. Dominica
African adventure
Screenplay: Mariola Fajak-Słomińska
director: Mariola Fajak-Słomińska and Janusz Słomiński
music: Paweł Dudzik
set design: Jolanta Brejdak
Cast: Agnieszka Grzegorzewska, Wioleta Karpowicz, Joanna Tomasik

A play specially designed for the youngest theatergoers from six months to four years old. In his dream, Jacuś moves to the Dark Continent. There he meets giraffes, monkeys and elephants, and has wonderful adventures with them. Charming music based on African rhythms with soft colors of decoration and elements of children’s lullabies completes this play for children, full of warmth and peace.

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