Zatúlané sny v Kysáči

16. May 2016
Premiéra tieňohry pod názvom Zatúlané sny režisérky Miliny Chrťanovej sa konala v nedeľu 8. mája 2016 vo veľkej sieni Kultúrneho centra Kysáč.

V predstavení hrali členovia Ochotníckeho divadla Kultúrneho centra Kysáč: sestry Daniela a Ľudmila Zorjanové, Kristína Madacká, Monika Chrťanová, Jana Ďurovková, Daniel Miháľ a Milina Chrťanová. Hudbu a svetlo mal na starosti Dobroslav Filko.

O tieňohre Zatúlané sny režisérka Milina Chrťanová, ktorá vyštudovala bábkoherectvo v Bratislave povedala:

- Predstavenie je sen dievčaťa, ktoré nám ho zobrazí pred projekčným plátnom, teda pred tým filmovým plátnom, na ktorom sa deje celý náš rozprávkovo-fantastický príbeh. Ide o tieňohru práve preto, že ma fascinujú fantastické prvky, ktoré tieňohra perfektne dokáže vytvoriť. V predstavení vystupujú bábky, ale aj živí herci. Autorom hudby a svetla je Dobroslav Filko, ktorý nám pomáhal aj pri hereckom výkone a musím spomenúť aj jeho manželku Annu, ktorá nám tiež bola veľkou oporou, najmä pri hereckom výkone a pri budovaní hereckého výrazu.  

Text a foto: Michal Ďurovka

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