The Key Theatre (Israel)
18-20/5｜Friday to Sunday｜20:00
20/5｜Sunday｜15:00 (Additional Performance)
Macau Conservatory Auditorium
Tickets: MOP 160
A story about human, nature and greed. The Key Theatre uses puppets and props made of old books, recycled bindings and yellowing pages to vividly capture a fascinating tale of a boy from childhood to adolescence. Witnessing the felling of trees and the gradual loss of green fields for the development of buildings, the boy, in the end, still sees a green bud of hope following the disruption of a natural equilibrium by human beings. Without the articulation of a single word, the 45-minute puppet theatre confers about the relationship between mankind and nature.
Established by co-directors Dikla Katz and Avi Zlicha in 1998, the Israeli groupThe Key Theatreis acclaimed for its engrossing visual effects incorporating puppets, masks and objects, bringing a variety of art and theatre forms to young audiences on top of their unique visual and theatre language.
Creation, Co-direction and Design: Dikla Katz and Avi Zlicha
Acting and Manipulation: Dikla Katz and Avi Zlicha
Original Music: Johnny Tal
Lighting: Ziv Voloshin
Puppets and Stage Construction: Marbe Yadaim
Duration: approximately 45 minutes, no interval
Restricted to audiences aged 5 and above