The mosquitoes got married...

Close your eyes... Do you hear them buzzing?
8. 10. 2016
Running time: 
55 minutes
Věková kategorie: 
8. 10. 2016
Directed by: 
Tomáš Dvořák
Set design: 
Marek Zákostelecký
Theatrical performances for children are usually literally swarmed by animal characters. The Naive Theatre viewers could see a roe, deer, horse, camel, lamb, hippo, dogs, cats, foxes, a lot of fish and even more mice in the last few years. There was even a snake. The year 2016 expanded the fairy-tale space on the Naive Theatre stage of animals which are perhaps less visible but we meet them more often in life: mosquitoes.

And to make it a little bit more difficult, other insects will appear on the scene, to which mankind refers as "pests": fleas, horse-flies, ticks. For even these creatures have a right to have a fairy tale for children.

A suitable crazy (and fairytale tuned) comedy about mosquito Zdenda, who goes out into the world to save the kidnapped bride and he is helped by the insect friends of the bloody insects, was made by the Pilsen director and puppeteer Tomáš Dvořák (author of Swan Lake, Alibaba and Forty Thieves). This time, the creators used masks combined with film projections. The complete troupe of the Naive Theatre, including the playing members of our technicians, performs in the show.


Technical requirements:

Stage: width 6 m (behind portals 9 m), depth 8 m, height 4 m
2 bars in back part of stage
Input power: 380/220 V, protection: 16/32 A
Author of Photos: Radek Petrášek
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