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, Cakó Ferenc and Art’s Harmony Ensemble will join us, with live sand animation show named Dream of Emese. The show is realized under the Weeks of Hungarian culture in Montenegro 2019 program, under the patronage of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Hungary.
DREAM OF EMESE is a live sand animation show by world acclaimed Hungarian artist and animation film director Cakó Ferenc. Accompanied by Art’s Harmony Ensemble and combining live music with Cakó's original sand animation, Dream of Emese takes us through the centuries of Hungarian history. Creating the sand paintings right in front of the audience's eyes, the artist tells the rich history of his people through the sequence of animations, while the musicians enrich the story with soulful and dynamic music. A unique artistic expression created by Cakó Ferenc, will provide the audience with an opportunity to enjoy lively-bustling, film-like running, impressive on-the-stage stream of sand animation inspired by music, happening live right in front of them.
Cakó Ferenc is behind the idea, concept and the direction of this show, and in this performance, amazing musician from Art’s Harmony Ensemble - Bartha Katalin, Bartha Péter, Lázár György, Nagy Ottó and Piukovics Gábor, will join him in making the end of our program memorable.
Dear friends, you will get the chance to enjoy this masterpiece on Thursday, July 11, at 8 p.m. in Cultural Centre. This 60-minute long show is recommended for ages 5 and above.
Our dear astronauts, who are in love with the theatre and the world of play and art, join us to once again, enjoy Kotor Festival of Theatre for Children this summer and to take a trip to the Moon together!