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AquariumAquatic adventure, length 40 min

Aquarium, foto: Urška Boljkovac
In the beginning there is nothing. Like an empty piece of paper, just a moment before it is touched by a pencil or a crayon. And everything is still possible. Then comes a cracking sound and an egg suddenly hatches out of the mist – a tiny little creature, yearning for a cosy home, friends, adventures and the whole colourful World …

Using a simple language of science this aquatic adventure presents a story about travelling, meeting and leave-taking. The concept of open staging encourages children’s individual reflection and creative interpretation. This playful devising, spiced up with a pinch of chemical laboratory, attempts to explain to the youngest viewers that idea is the most precious seed of development, that courage and perseverance are important and that friendship is based on actions and lives in our hearts. And acquaint them at the same time with science at the level of practical experiment, establishing picturesque spaces of an unusual natural science adventure with an ecological dimension.

Miha Golob is a theatre and puppet director. In recent years he received a range of national and international awards both as a puppet director and author. His concepts are often based on the idea of playing through and exploring diverse styles of the object theatre. 

ebruary 2017, Kulturnica LGL
Author: Miha Golob
Director: Miha Golob
As part of the project Small Size: Wide Eyes
Dramaturgy: Mojca Redjko
Visual Design: Miha Golob
Cast: Miha Arh and Gašper Malnar
Set Design: Larisa Kazić
Music: Miha Arh
Lighting Design: Kristjan Vidner
Stage Manager and Sound Designer: Alojz Sedovnik
Lights: Niko Štabuc
Set Technician: Slobodan Ilić
Set Elements Production: Larisa Kazić, ABC Ribe - Fishbox, Acrytech, Uroš Mehle, Zoran Srdić, Sandra Birjukov, Polona Černe
In cooperation with project: Science on Road (SATENA)
Scientific Assistance and Preparation of Experiments: dr. Kristina Žagar Soderžnik
Special Thanks: Klari Paulini Golob, Dragici Haramiji, Petru Kusu, Darji Potočan