Ljubljana Puppet Theatre (SLO)
Sunday, March 15, 2020 | 11:00 a.m.
Duration: 40 minutes
The performance tells us about a little girl and her dog, who finds herself caught in the middle of the war. It is through her eyes that we observe her changing city, filled with horrors, violence and fear. But, hope too. Threatening planes are flying over the city, the streets are empty and there is no food left on the shelves in the store. The school is closed. And every now and then gunshots are heard nearby. Her environment gradually changes… And becomes intolerable. The little girl’s only wish is to go to another country, where it would be much nicer. She wants to go somewhere else, somewhere far away from the war atrocities.
Somewhere Else is a touching story about the absurdity of war.
Actors: Asja Kahrimanović Babnik, Ajda Toman
Director: Tin Grabnar
Authors: Zala Dobovšek, Nina Šorak, Tin Grabnar, Asja Kahrimanović Babnik
Stop-Motion: Matija Medved, Lea Vučko
Art-Design: Matija Medved
Dramaturgy: Zala Dobovšek
Assistant: Nina Šorak
Copyright photos: Jaka Varmuž
About the group:
The Ljubljana Puppet Theatre (LPT) is the main Slovenian puppet theatre staging puppet and drama performances for children, youngsters and adults. Its predominant target audiences are children and young people. The public institution was established in 1948 (as the City Puppet Theatre) and has been based in Mestni dom in Krekov Square since 1984. In its work, the LPT builds on the hundred-year tradition of Slovenian puppetry. With the establishment of the Museum of Puppetry at the Ljubljana Castle, the LPT officially became the caretaker of this precious, century-old heritage. The theatre manages five regular and several smaller, occasional venues. At these venues, which offer seating for approximately a thousand people, it produces fifteen premieres a year and is visited by around 110,000 spectators.