Scritch Scratch Scraww Plop!

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Scritch Scratch Scraww Plop!
Scritch Scratch Scraww Plop! is a tender fairytale for the youngest, which intertwines strong feelings and rich imaginations. A frog called Jeremy is afraid to go to sleep. What is the sound – scritch scratch scraww plop – he can hear under his bed? Jeremy’s father tries to convince him that there is nothing to be afraid of. All until he himself lies down in the bed and hears the scritch scratch scraww plop. When they both step out of the house, they discover that the scritch scratch is coming from a mole digging a hole, the plop from a fish jumping out of water and scraww from a nocturnal bird.
When the children follow the story about the night fears of the little frog, they too are a bit afraid because they identify with the main character. Together with the frog, they search for a solution and seek solace, at the same time resolving their own tensions and troubles. A theatre performance can also become a space which children “enter” and realise that it is not so bad if you are small and fearful. Such stories give children important messages: that fear exists and that everyone can have their own fears.

In the performance, the live sounds, shadows and light effects will trace the frog’s world of imagination and apparitions in the night, while table-top puppets in a warm pond will convey the reality and cosiness of the family environment, family and one’s immediate surroundings. And of course: we will do some splish-splashing.

In 2010, Kitty Crowther (1970), a Belgian illustrator and writer, received the prestigious Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award for children’s literature. In its explanation, the jury wrote that, in her world, the door between imagination and reality is wide open.
The author has written and illustrated more than forty books, which have been translated into twenty languages. She first appeared in Slovenian in 2012 precisely with the picture book Scritch Scratch Scraww Plop!.

Ivana Djilas directs in many professional theatres and theatre groups. Since 2004, she has been the head and the producer of the Familija theatre group. She intensively focuses on performances for youngsters and children. In LGL’s last season, she directed
Goose the Bear, which presented to the youngest a few quite essential questions on co-existence and the acceptance of others.

Premiere: 23rd September 2017, Small Stage LGL
Director: Ivana Djilas
Author: Kitty Crowther
Visual design, Scenography, Costumes: Barbara Stupica
Composer: Blaž Celarec
Cast: Brane Vižintin, Aja Kobe, Klara Kastelec a. g., Blaž Celarec a. g.
Language coaching: Metka Damjan
Lighting design: Kristjan Vidner
Stage Manager and Sound Designer: Erik Krkač
Lights: Maša Avsec
Set Technician: Iztok Vrhovnik
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