festival KITOKS'14

KTV 2014

 

Festival for Youth and Children "Different Theatre for Children"
Arts Printing House
13 - 20 January, 2014

 

 

13, January (Monday) 10.00, 15.00 | Pocket Hall
Mr. Satie - Made in paper
Atofri Theatre (Poland)
For 1-5 years old children | Duration 40 min

Who Is Mr Satie? He is Sound. He is Rhythm. Mr Satie is Music. Magical images inspired by the French composer’s pieces are created in a paper set design. Paper is not only the material from which the set design and props are made, but also an instrument and a partner to play with. Games where children use their imaginations, solving riddles and discovering mysteries together, are combined with piano effects.

'Mr Satie - Made in paper' is a musical theatre production for children aged between 1 and 5 produced in cooperation with The Poznań Artistic Foundation, The Castle Cultural Centre and Poznań City Council.
The premier took place in December 2010.
Script & Directed by: Beata Bąblińska, Monika Kabacińska | Artistic cooperation: Bogdan Żyłkowski | Set and costume design: Elżbieta Cios | Music: Erik Satie | Cast: Beata Bąblińska, Monika Kabacińska | Lights: Agata Zając
* After the performance the audience is very welcome to participate in the workshop

 

14, January (Tuesday) 12.00, 15.00 | Pocket Hall
How do you do?
Teatret Kimbri (Denmark)
For 6 - 11 years old children | Duration 45 min

In a simple world inhabited and controlled by two friends there appears a stranger in a suitcase.

The stranger does not speak their language which leads to many complications, before all three can begin a new friendship.

A story about integration
- full of humour and poetry
- about meeting the foreign and one’s self.

An almost wordless performance with a body language anyone can understand.
Director: Erik Droob | Performers: Gitte Kielberg, Marie Louise Maegaard and Helle Pørksen | Costumes: Randi Gissel | Puppets: Erik Droob og ensemblet

* After the performance the audience is very welcome to participate in the workshop

 

15, January (Wednesday) 12.00, 15.00 | Black Hall
Daddy's Tale
Arts Printing House, in collaboration with creative tandem PetPunk and Theater Open Circle (Lithuania)
The innovative performance combining animation and live performance
For 5 - 10 years old children | Duration 60 min | Lithuanian for this performance is required


One Dad couldn’t take eyes from his little daughter and couldn’t stop but wondering how fast she grows up. “It seems that you just turn away for a few minutes, just stay in work for few more hours and you miss so many important moments” – thought the main author of the performance and Dad No.1 Andrius Kirvela. Dad No.2 (Gediminas Šiaulys) turned his whiskers silently and agreed. That’s how for two Dads (No.1 and No. 2) came the idea to create a performance. “Daddy’s Tale” – is dedicated for two little daughters.
Daddy’s Tale – is an inspirational, unusual and colorful gift for the whole family. This is the story of the father and daughter trip to magic country, called:-PbPbP.
* After the performance the audience is very welcome to participate in the workshop

 

16, January (Thursday) 10.00, 15.00 | Black Hall
White Lullaby
Dance theatre „PADI DAPI Fish“ (Lithuania)
For 6-10 years old children | Duration 40 min

* After the Performance children are very welcomed to stay and play/discuss with the actors

 

16, January (Thursday) 10.00, 12.00 | Pocket Hall
The Feast of Dialects
Table Theatre (Lithuania)
For 5-12 years old children | Duration 60 min | Lithuanian for this performance is required

* After the performance children are very welcomed to participate in workshops


17, January (Friday) 10.00, 12.00 | Pocket Hall
The Broken Egg
Klaipeda Puppets Theatre (Lithuania)
For 5-9 years old children | Duration 40 min | Lithuanian for this performance is required

* After the performance children are very welcomed to participate in workshops


18, January (Saturday) 10.00, 12.00 | Pocket Hall
Tea Time
Klaipeda Puppets Theatre (Lithuania)
For 3-8 years old children | Duration 40 min | Lithuanian for this performance is required

After the performance children are very welcomed to participate in workshops

 

18, January (Saturday) | 18.00, Black Hall
The Outsider
Janne Raudaskoski in collaboration with TT13 & The Amazing Magic Theatre (Finland)
14+ | Duration 70 min

A man out of this world suddenly wanders onto the stage.
Through the naïve spectacles of a clown The Outsider observes people, technology, the use of alcohol and the consumption craze of earthlings from an outsider'ʹs perspective. Can the Outsider solve the problems he encounters, or is the modern way of life simply too much for him? The Outsider is a fairy‑tale for adults where theatre and film go hand in hand. The show combines stage clownery, magic, modern technology and various special effects. It leans on the visual language of the silent films of Charles Chaplin and Buster Keaton while blending all the elements into a contemporary format – in a full colour 4D version!
Concept, script, magic and starring: Janne Raudaskoski | Directed by: Sami Rannila | Video design: Jarno Rinnekangas | Sound design: Hannu Hauta | Light design: Jarkko Lievonen, Antti Helminen | Flying airplane: Pasi kärppä, Flying Circus | Costumes: Kaisa Kemikoski | Make up: Tiina Winter

* After the performance the audience is very welcome to participate in the workshop

 

19, January (Sunday) 12.00, 15.00 | Black Hall
MUNCH!
A production of tanzfuchs PRODUKTION/Barbara Fuchs (Germany)
Dance & sound performance for children from 0 to 4+ years | Duration 30 min

Dancing plates, a hick-up that wanders down into the foot, crouching bodies, chatty dishes and spoony songs, a delicate egg dance, indulging, melting bodies… After the success of her piece “Kopffüßler” the team investigates the topic “eating and its rituals”. The actors invite the audience to the table: together with the audience they are swallowing, sniffling, enjoying, eating, nibbling, listening and digesting – everything that will be served. In this eating concert live sound levels and recorded sound levels will mingle. An experimental and deferential dealing with food and drink will become an extraordinary sensorial experience. At the end of the performance, the children are invited to explore the stage area and taste the objects.
“We enjoy eating and drinking with all of our senses. Food is a dialog with our senses.”
* After the performance the audience is very welcome to participate in the workshop

 

20, January (Monday) 13.00, 16.00 | Black Hall
Bartolomeo
Carrasco Dance Company (Sweden)
14+ | Duration 50 min

4 women, 4 wills, 4 bags of flour
Bartolomeo is a powerful motion study of four women’s inward frustration about her role and place in the society. It takes the expression in the form of gestures and body percussion, culminating in a crescendo of massive physical movements. Various music and dance styles meet, such as oriental, house, vouging and urban movements. It is humorous, unpredictable, strong and challenging.

* After the performance the audience is very welcome to participate in the workshop