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A scientific lecture given by a keen zoologist, unravels surprising facts about the ancient relation between the Blue Whale and the Hippopotamus; the exciting mating habits of garden snails; and answers the mysterious question: Where do birds disappear to when the lake freezes?

Through synthetic means and with a comic and magical perspective, we will be granted a rare glimpse into intimate moments of animal lives, in their natural habitat. From plastic-bag swans, through kitchen-rug snails and to teaspoon herring fish.


Performing: Inbal Yomtovian, Ari Teperberg | Soundtrack design: Gilad Vaknin |
Light design: Ana Wild, Asi Gotesman | Toutering: Roni | Mosenson Nelken, Amit Drori | The piece was created in The School of Visual Theatre


2011   The international puppet festival of the ‘Train Theatre’ Jerusalem, Israel

2011   Vidy Theatre, Lausanne, Switzarland

2011   Versuchung festival, Berlin, Germany

2012   Fringe festival, Hua Hin, Thailand

2012   Chulalongkorn university, Bangkok, Thailand

2012   Recife, Brazil, 'FITO' Festival, Recife, Belo Horizonte, Brasil

2012   JULA Festival, Munich, Germany

2012   In-House Festival, Season of Culture, Jerusalem, Israel

2012   Puppentheatertage, Mistelbach, Austria

2013   FIT Festival, Lugano, Switzerland

2013   International Puppet Theatre and Film Festival, Holon, Israel

2014   PanOpticum festival, Neusiedl am See, Austria.

2014   Artischocken Theatre, Nuremberg, Germany

2015   Internationales Figurentheater Festival, Erlangen, Germany

2015    Festival International de Marionnettes, Charleville Mézières, France

2016   Fadenschein theatre,  Braunschweig, Germany

2016   Westflüge theatre, Leipzig, Germany

2016  Münchner Stadtmuseum, Munich, Germany

2017   Bait 9 theatre, Haifa, Israel

2017   Les Folies festival, Maubeuge, France

2017   Festival La cité, Lausanne, Switzerland

2018   PIF festival Zagreb, Croatia

2019   XS festival, Brussels, Belgium

2019   Prism festival, Brussels, Belgium

2019   Les Ateliers Illustrés, Nice, France

2020   Theatre National de Nice, France

2021 Biennale FoodCulture, Vevey, Suisse

2022 l'entre-Pont, Nice, France

2022 MAMAC, Nice, France

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