Another year that will be marked by the most wonderful summer festival in Europe, and certainly more widely still. Traditionally, from July 1 - 12, Kotor Festival of Theatre for children brings together all the theater viewers and connoisseurs, both big and small, and takes them to an unforgettable adventure through the town of Kotor.
This year, our mission is to, besides Kotor, Europe, world, universe, conquer the Moon, with our imagination, and on this trip, we will be joined by our dear friends from Boško Buha Theatre from Serbia, and their show named Kurt, quo vadis
Erlend Loe, a prominent Norwegian contemporary author, and one of favourite writers to the local readership, wrote a series of children’s books whose protagonist is Kurt, forklift truck driver. In this story, as a result of being a part of high society, Kurt started losing his self-confidence and together with his little son started searching for a great deed that will help him become important in his surroundings. While we were working on this play, we didn’t want to be some smart grownups who will teach you something. After all, children are very often much smarter than us, just like our Bud is, who is only several years old and is smarter than his dad Kurt. We wanted to tell a story to children and share with them our thoughts, concerns and feelings that came to life while we were hanging out with Erlend Loe and his protagonist Kurt.
Directed by Jana Mariči, dramaturgy by Milena Depolo, and perfomed by Stefan Bundalo, Aleksandar Milkovic, Teodora Ristovski, Miloš Vlalukin and Jelena Trkulja, this 60 minute show is scheduled for 2 nights – on Monday, July 8 and Tuesday, July 9, at 9:30 p.m. at the Summer Stage. Make sure that you get your tickets on time since the audience number is limited.
Our dear astronauts, in love with the theater and the world of play and art, join us to enjoy Kotor Festival of Theatre for Children again this summer and to take a trip to the Moon together!
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