‘Theater by the Sea’ in Split a Hit! Lora Summer Stage Program Continues with Musicals for Children

Daniela Rogulj

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On Sunday, June 20, starting at 5 pm, the 21st century Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood will arrive on the Lora summer stage for the new ‘Theater by the Sea’ program in Split. Namely, the children’s theater starts with the play ‘Mi o vuku,’ reports Dalmatinski Portal

“Did the evil wolf really eat Grandma, the three piglets, and seven kids? Or is Little Red Riding Hood a little too influenced by Facebook, Instagram, and television? The real truth will be found when Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf finally meet face to face! And with plenty of laughter, infectious musical numbers, and instructive moment,” the organizers announced.

The celebrated children’s musical ‘Mi o vuku,’ they point out, is one of the best children’s performances in recent years, filling halls throughout Croatia. It can also boast of dozens of sold-out performances at KD ‘Vatroslav Lisinski’.

The organizers claim that this musical is special in many ways.

“Primarily because it brings children a musical form that they do not have the opportunity to meet often. The main role of the musical is played by the singer Bojan Jambrošić, who won all the hearts of viewers throughout Croatia with unforgettable performances and transformations in the TV show ‘Your face sounds familiar,’ while the talented Manuela Svorcan plays Little Red Riding Hood.

Director Robert Bošković, although young, has a great directorial history, including ‘Troubadour’ at the Split HNK. The text is Igor Weidlich, whose plays ‘Političar’, ‘Who the f .. is Biba’, ‘Žuta minuta’ are enjoyed by the people of Split.

“In addition to all this, this excellent theatrical play boasts numerous memorable songs and word games intended for educational entertainment, especially for the youngest, preschool children, and lower grades of primary school,” they add.

They explain that the music itself plays with the theme of the classic fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm, placing them in the children’s understandable context of the modern age and the technology it carries.

“This combination sheds new light on classic stories in the desire to teach children in a fun way the necessity of critical thinking, not just receiving information bombarded from all sides by electronic media and creativity, tolerance and a sense of justice,” the organizers said.

For the last year, our little ones have not had the opportunity to attend theater performances, and it is because of them that ‘Theater by the Sea’ brings children’s hit plays.

“Along with the excellent musical ‘Mi o vuku,’ which will open the children’s theater on June 20 as part of ‘Theater by the Sea,’ we will soon receive performances by the best Zagreb children’s theater Žar ptica and many others. Therefore, there is an opportunity for the youngest ones to observe the plays chosen for them while their parents, but also grandparents, drink coffee in peace on one of the most beautiful terraces in Split,” added the organizers.

Free parking is provided for all visitors.

Tickets for the price of 40 kuna can be purchased at the box office in Lora every day, including Saturday and Sunday, from 5 pm to 9 pm, and online at www.teataruzmore.com and croatia-tickets.com. Information and reservations are available at 091 9720 540.

All information about the festival ‘Theater by the Sea’ is available on its official website.


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