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小偶戲院《雞蛋星球》


Planet egg

演出時間:2019-02-22
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準備出發 讓我們一起登上雞蛋星球!
睜大眼睛 迎接新奇好玩的太空世界~

華盛頓郵報盛讚:「創新、古怪、令人讚嘆......不受類型拘束的一場奇觀!」

《雞蛋星球》描述發生在太空深處,機器太空人坐飛船不小心誤闖入了雞蛋星球,遇見星球上的原住民洋蔥頭後遂變為好友,爾後遇見一群好鬥可愛的香菇人和危險的太陽蛋火山熔岩,開啟一連串驚奇的冒險故事。在這個奇幻星際世界中,所有生物善良又可愛,而且他們都很餓。

來自以色列的小偶戲院擅長以電影鏡頭視角來說故事,演出結合現場製造的動畫音效與即時投影,打造太空電影磅礡音樂及畫面,讓人身歷其境!

整個太空世界由各種蔬果、精巧小道具和電子零件構成,雞蛋星球建築在轉盤式的餐桌之上,機器人、太空船及所有個人物品都使用舊音響、電話零件、彈簧和其它金屬碎片做成。《雞蛋星球》激發孩子們的無限創意想像!


團隊 小偶戲院

以電影鏡頭視角,強而有力地聚焦觀眾的目光,讓觀者感覺彷彿整場演出就在他們眼前成型。讓真實與奇幻間的界線變得模糊,有如雙重影像的交疊。長期研究戲偶、物件劇場、電影、擬聲音效和實況播映等演出形式間相互對話的可能。

演出製作團隊

編劇及導演Written and Directed by Zvi Sahar

副導演Co-Director: Michal Vaknin

聲音設計Sound designer, music and live sound effects: Kobe Shmueli

操偶師Puppeteers: Zvi Sahar, Michal Vaknin
戲偶製作Puppets by Michal Abulafia, Ien Denio, Eti Sahar and Marbeyad studio

舞台設計Set Design: Roey Vatury and Shiran Levi

服裝設計Costumes design: Judith Aharon

燈光設計Lighting design: Avi Yona Bueno (Bambi)技術總監Tech Director: Shachar Montlake

操偶導演Puppetry Director: Gony Paz

助理導演Assistant Director : Hen David

共同發展Developing Crew: Michal Vaknin, Justin Perkins and Ien Denio

國際製作團隊International Tours: as is presenting arts

注意事項

  • 節目全長約55分鐘,無中場休息,遲到觀眾無法入場。
  • 建議5歲以上欣賞。
  • 親子體驗場:2/22(Fri.)19:30、2/24(Sun.)17:30,演出結束後可上台互動體驗。


Get ready to go! Let’s land on Planet Egg together!
Open your eyes to embrace the space world of novelty and fun!

Acclaimed by Washington Post as an “inventive, nutty and wonder-inspiring production... genre-defying spectacle”!

Planet Egg is a love story in deep space, where the Robot Cosmonaut and his spaceship landed on Planet Egg by mistake and then encountered and befriended with a Scallion Alien creature. They further met a herd of cute but aggressive mushrooms and dangerous molten lava (volcanic fried eggs), and together they launched a series of amazing adventures full of surprises. In the desolate interplanetary fantasy world, all creatures are kind and cute -- and all hungry.

Originated from Israel, PuppetCinema is famous for telling stories with a cinematographic aesthetic, a documentarian’s eye, and the tropes of cinema verité. Planet Egg is simultaneously performed and filmed live with a live score of Foley Sound and projected video feed, and thus creates both a theatrical intimacy with miniature puppets and a cinematic grandness worthy of an epic space odyssey.

The visual world of Planet Egg is comprised of found and organic objects, crafted creations, and electronic parts who reside on a moving Lazy Susan like contraption. The Robot, the space ship, and all his belongings are made from pieces of old stereos, telephones, springs, and other metal bits. Planet Egg is to inspire children’s unlimited imagination and creation!

Team

PuppetCinema, Itim Ensemble with cooperation of the Cameri Theatre of Tel Aviv

Using a cinematographic aesthetic, PuppetCinema productions shape the audience’s focus with a strong and steady hand. The audiences have the feeling that the show is being created right in front of their eyes! Reality and fantasy are blurred and a sort of double vision occurs. What began as a creative experiment has evolved into a mission to explore a dialogue between puppetry, object theater, film, Foley and live feed as well as to build an artistic synergy between these complementary mediums, where they can happily co-exist and thrive.

Production Team

Written and Directed by Zvi Sahar

Co-Director: Michal Vaknin

Sound designer, music and live sound effects: Kobe Shmueli 

Puppeteers: Zvi Sahar, Michal Vaknin  

Puppets by Michal Abulafia, Ien Denio, Eti Sahar and Marbeyad studio 

Set Design: Roey Vatury and Shiran Levi

Costumes design: Judith Aharon

Lighting design: Avi Yona Bueno (Bambi)

Tech Director: Shachar Montlake

Puppetry Director: Gony Paz

Assistant Director : Hen David

Developing Crew: Michal Vaknin, Justin Perkins and Ien Denio

International Tours: as is presenting arts


- Duration: approx. 55 minutes without intermission. Latecomers will not be admitted.

  • The age guidance for this production is 5+.
  • Parent-Child Show: 2/22 (Fri.) 19:30 and 2/24 (Sun.)17:30. Audiences can have interactive experiences on the stage after the performance.