Elf’s Tale (Ma No Mese)
Elves live everywhere: they appear out of shrubs or hide in attics, there are forest dwellers, field dwellers, apartment dwellers, there are water elves, drawer-, or pocket-elves, and sometimes they appear out of nowhere to join you. They are mischievous, they break and crush, they guard dreams, or brew brandy. They quarrel, they make up, they are restless and strange busybodies. To be honest, we’ve never seen a hysterical, grumpy, fibbing child, but we've pinched enough elves around children... And what do they do?... It's worth watching at least once! As usual, the Simorág DanCircus created its own story for this performance, which is strongly based on the innumerable elf and goblin tales they researched. The performance is based on poetic texts and its wry humour and unique story are recommended not only for the youngest, but for older children and adults as well!
You can watch the show’s trailer: HERE.
Performers and creatives: Gergely Geret Kiss, Bálint Turai, Ágnes Simor Music: János Vázsonyi Set: Endre Pallos, Attila Deàk Costume: Sophie Zoletnik Headpieces, felt accessories: Cecília Mihály Apple balls: Balázs Bosznay Puppets: Màrton Vincze Sound and light technician: Balázs Szabon
Director, writer: Ágnes Simor
The production travels with three performers and one technician.