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Centre de la Marionnette

Tournai, Belgique

À propos

Installé au cœur de la Ville de Tournai, le Centre de la Marionnette est un lieu ressource pour les arts de la marionnette. Il a pour ambition de développer, d'oeuvrer à la valorisation des arts de la marionnette en Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles et à l’international. Ses activités se déclinent en plusieurs pôles :
Pôle de création ; Pôle de formation et de transmission ; Pôle de ressources

Le Centre de la Marionnette gère les activités du Musée des arts de la marionnette.

Centre de la marionnette de Tournai

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Théâtre Gérard-Philipe

Frouard, France

À propos

Le Théâtre Gérard Philipe (TGP) de Frouard a été créé en 1971. S’adresser à tous les publics, en proposant des spectacles professionnels et de disciplines variées est au cœur de son projet. En 2009, le conventionnement pour les arts de la marionnette et les formes animées encourage la mise en lien entre ces créateurs en pleine effervescence et la population. Le Festival Geo Condé, rencontre internationale de la marionnette et du théâtre d’objets ainsi que Le Lézard à Roulettes, festival jeune public et en décentralisation, sont deux évènements qui rythment la vie du TGP.

Théâtre Gérard-Philipe

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Teatrul Tony Bulandra

Targoviste, Roumanie

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Tony Bulandra Theatre is an alive and kicking repertoire theatre, with a rich activity of almost nine premieres per year. It finds its reason of being in the need for Beauty and in the desire to offer it to the spectators. The aesthetic, the artistic Beauty which is above all human classifications, inherited ever since the ancient populations. Our theatre is a laboratory of transforming the profane elements in sacred ones, of elevating the being above being through modern approaches of prestigious national and international directors on plays from the worldwide theatrical patrimony.

Here work young people for other young people, because they are the ones that experience each time the wonder of being. In search for contemporary texts and young dramaturgy, the theatre is trying to fulfil, through the tackled themes, the need of a community theatre, aware of the present social context.

Tony Bulandra Theatre has a past, a present and a future. It places signs on the Time lapse in order to perpetually (re)gain the path to the Soul. It was founded on 30th January 2002. From its beginning and until present, the theatre has been participating with its productions in national and international theatre festivals.

Teatrul Tony Bulandra

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Lutkovno Gledalisce

Ljubljana, Slovénie

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The Ljubljana Puppet Theatre was founded as the City Puppet Theatre in 1948. The opening premiere performance happened on 10th October during the Ljubljana festival. The initial creative drive of this new theatre came from various traditions that left their mark on Slovenian puppetry, from its beginning in 1920s, to the end of World War II.

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.

Lutkovno Gledalisce

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