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Thursday, 12 November 2009

Children's Theatre Festival Segni d'Infanzia



This week, in Mantua (Italy), there is an interesting Theatre Festival entirely devoted to children called Segni d'infanzia, last day the upcoming Sunday November 15th.


There will be artists coming from many countries in Europe, such as Norway, France and Germany, all ready to entertain children and their chaperons, with incredible stories.


Amid foreign guests I would like to signal the following ones:

Bramborry Theater De Spiegel e Théâtre de la Guimbarde
Extra Art Stefan Zimmermann Productions
Direzione Norvegia! in collaborazione con NSEC (Norwegian Seafood Export Council)
Red Shoes Teater Fot
Imaginarium Benoît Sicat
Architetture Plastiche Martin McNulty
Gusta il tempo! Laurent Cabrol et Elsa De Witte
La cicogna e il cucù Cie Arts & Couleurs
Favole della buonanotte Theater De Spiegel e Théâtre de la Guimbarde
Bestiario Alpino Théâtre de la Toupine
Lupo e Luigi Théâtre du Risorius
Bynocchio de Mergerac Bouffou Théâtre
Baby Ready Made Karstein Solli Productions
Le Grand Théâtre Mécanique Ateliers Denino

Amid Italian Companies please note:

A nord della primavera Teatro all'improvviso, Teater I e Smålands Musik Och Teater
Giunone Blues Teatro all'improvviso
Caccia all'ombra Federica Ferrari
Knup Luigi Rignanese

For those who are interested in taking a look at the complete programme, please click here.



Image copyright © 2009 Segni D'Infanzia.

2 comments:

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