“Let me tell you, dear Apolodor, why you are like no other.  You are both a penguin and a human being, because you can talk, sing, cry like a human, but also  have white and black feathers, a beak and wings, you are small and tall, you are for children and everybody else, you are a picaro and a Wilhelm Meister (it doesn’t matter if you don’t know what that means), you are a hero and you live inside a parody, more than that inside a fan-o-parodies, but you are quite unique, so no one can imitate you. You wear a tuxedo for every occasion. You also bear, without grandeour, the name of a well-known architect from Damasc. You are charming, you are a tenor, a traveler, a dreamer and a seducer. A monkey fell in love with you, and also, plenty of readers. In your world, you have astonishing friends; you have Suzi the camel, who is like a mother to you, while together with Ilie the kangaroo  and Amedeu the lion you make an unforgetable clover.”

Author: Gellu Naum
Director: Mona Marian
Set design: Epaminonda Tiotiu
Sculpture: Florin Marin
Music: Corina Sîrbu
Digital projection: Cristian Luchian
Cast: Dana Bonţidean, Călin Mureşan, Angelica Pamfilie

Recommended age: 4+



If an angel descends from heaven, would we let it into our hearts? In a world full of Christmas gifts and materialism, do we have any place left for the divine miracle?
„The Nativity plays have a great history, began from the times where Christianism was also originated. Christmas – as one of our most important holidays – starts the season of winter celebrations. This time was a great chance to revive and relive- and also share with others – the wisdom of the Christmas miracle.
The preparations for the Nativity play started at the end of the cultivation season, when the evenings began to be longer and the weather cooler. On these occasions, not only the children but mature men also took part in the play. Religious songs and joyous games – that’s how I remember my childhood.” -The director
Our wise men listen to the call and leave to follow the star to Bethlehem. During the way they fight, they get together, solve tasks and they lead us to Herod’s palace, then to the most divine place, to Bethlehem.
We get to know how does it feel not to find shelter for the night. Meanwhile, the devil is also awake, he tries to steal the newborn Jesus. Of course, he can’t succeed, because he is stopped by the Angel, the little Lamb, and the children.
This is a half traditional, half modern Nativity play, with a wooden spoon, straw bale and many more. The actors are Erdei Emese, Bodnár Tibor, Mostis Balázs, using the puppets that Gál Orsolya created. The text of the performance was produced by Demeter Ferencz, based on József Attila’s Három Királyok (Three Wise Men) poem and many folkloric elements.

Premiere: 07. 12. 2019.
Recommended age: 4+
Duration: 42 min

Script and director: Demeter Ferencz
Scenography and puppet design: Gál Orsolya
Cast: Erdei Emese, Bodnár Tibor, Mostis Balázs



The play shows the journey of self-discovery and the return to the inner child through light, movement, and music. Based on Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s The Little Prince, the main character is a symbol of purity, innocence and joie de vivre. The adult is portrayed as being controlled by social conventions and prejudices, but he eventually does find a way to face the challenges of his transformation. He returns to the sincerity and innocence of childhood. As viewers, we may wonder: can we sometimes do this, too?

Premiere: 23. 11. 2019.
Recommended age: 6 +
Duration: 50 min.

Director: Vadas László
Scenography: Albert Alpár
Costumes: Borsos Viola
Coreography: Jakab Melinda
Music: Domokos Előd
Cast: Jakabfi Ivett, Domokos Szabolcs, Urmánczi Jenő, Erdei Emese, Balogh Dorottya, Bondár Tibor, Mostis Balázs



The performance is a contemporary adaptation of the Grimm brother’s classic tale. The story follows the original narratives, but in this adaptation, the idyllic tale has a twist: becomes more sinister. In this concept, the evil stepmother’s character gets into the middle of the events. In the beginning, she is not even a malefic figure, she becomes one during the story.

The scenery and costumes reflect on the modern world’s experiences, and in the performance are shown some contemporary situations as well. Although, the most essential thing for our audience is the fact, that in this modern tale there is a place for a happy ending and the good is winning at the end.

Premiere: 11. 05. 2019.
Recommended age: 6+
Duration: 70 min.

Script and director: Varga Ibolya
Music: Venczel Péter
Scenography, puppets and costume design: Cristian Rusu
Implementing: Elena Ilaș (painter), Florin Marin (sculptor)
Cast: Balogh Dorottya, Bondár Tibor, Domokos Szabolcs, Erdei Emese, Giriti Réka, György László, Kötő Áron, Patka Ildikó, Pünkösti Laura, Urmánczi Jenő, Balog Ferencz, Tóthpál Tamás


„There was a king, who gave stupid orders and there was a shepherd who didn’t care about those words. In a situation like this, we need to face the issues. But which face, and also what kind of eyes does it have? We need to look into the enticing eyes without being charmed. And who can look into those starry-eyes and put them into the shade? Not the stupidity, nor the fear, or the bear, or huge hedgehogs, or sharp scythe, only the…well, yes, the princess can look into those eyes, besides, make them shine even more. The world is in order as long, as there exist these kinds of sights.” Szabó Attila

The performance is an adaptation of the well-known Hungarian folk-tale, with the identical title. The starry-eyes are the metaphor of a wise and innocent attitude. We can learn toughness from the shepherd who is refusing the nonsense orders of the king because it is not easy to fight against vanity, but the protagonist is capable of winning, due to his gifts: wiseness and humbleness.

Premiere: 10. 11. 2018.
Recommended age: 4+
Duration: 60 min.

Script and director: Szabó Attila
Scenography, puppets and costumes: Miareczky Edit
Music: Csernák Zoltán Samu
Coreography: Fosztó András
Cast: Domokos Szabolcs, Urmánczi Jenő, Erdei Emese, Pünkösti Laura, Balogh Dorottya, Bodnár Tibor, Kötő Áron


This play, based on Kipling’s tale, guides us into the world of deep forest, and the world of the animals living there.

The peace in the wood can’t be disturbed, except maybe by one of the animals: the curious little elephant who has a lot of questions to ask all the time. The animals got tired of the constant bother; therefore, they send him away. During his long way, he faces many dangerous adventures, until one of them causes a twist in the story: the little elephant becomes an honored member of the wood’s community.

Premier: 1981, 2001.
Recommended age: 3+
Duration: 60 min.

Author: Rudyard Kipling
Adapted on stage: Nina Cassian
Director: Koblicska Kálmán, Varga Ibolya
Scenography: Botár Edit
Music: Csortán Márton
Cast: Csortán Márton, Giriti Réka, György László, Pünkösti Laura, Patka Ildikó, Okos Attila Ákos, Urmánczi Jenő



„The adventures of Paprikajancsi are ageless because they tell stories about human stupidity and also about goodness in the world. The first one – as we know – is limitless, while the second one is slowly fading. According to the hundred years old experience, every trouble can be handled with a little smartness. The story shows these things, using historical methods of puppetry and having self-deprecating humor. We need to laugh and smile at our mistakes to evolve.” – Vadas László, the director.

The courage, wiseness, and vigilancy of Paprikajancsi helps him to win through the devil, in a story full of twists and adventures. The actors are playing more than ten roles, using hand puppets.

Premiere: 05. 02. 2018.
Recommended age: 3+
Duration: 50 min.

Script: Demeter Ferencz
Director: Vadas László
Scenography and puppet design: György László, Szabó Tünde
Music: Kötő Áron
Cast: Giriti Réka, György László


“Hansel and Gretel is one of the most well-known European fairy tales, of Nordic origins and penned by the Grimm Brothers. Its message has an elevating undertone: a brother’s love and solidarity that can defeat the forces of evil. The love between brother and sister is everlasting, protected by a higher, spiritual realm. They represent the order within the world’s chaos. Hansel cannot exist without Gretel and Gretel cannot live without Hansel. Together they are a single character. Each of them take turns in leading when the other is in danger. Like most Nordic tales, the forest is a significant space, full of mysteries and dangers. However, this dark forest full of evil spirits and demons always has a meadow, an island of hope. It is an ambivalent space.

I wish that the little spectators in the audience to feel, along with the show, that there is guidance. Children are the incarnation of innocence and goodwill of the world, and for that they will always be defended.” – director, Varga Ibolya

Hänsel and Gretel

after Grimm Brothers

Scenario: Ovidiu Pecican

Director: Varga Ibolya

Scenography: Epaminonda Tiotiu

Music: Péter Venczel

Cast: Frunzina Anghel, Ramona Atănăsoaie, Andreea Bolovan, Laura Corpodean, Ionuț Constantinescu, Ion Iurcu, Iulian Lungu, Angelica Pamfilie, Andra Ștefan, Adina Ungur

 Recommended age: 3+



The story of the bad wolf is known by most of us, but this was a long time ago. Meanwhile, the world has changed, the population aged and the youngsters immigrated in order to find jobs…

Then, the iron-toothed monsters with steel blades arrived, and they plucked all the trees, one by one, leaving the ridges empty. Alone, in a deserted land, our hero, The Wolf, gathered his belongings and went into the unknown to try his luck, in another world, in another forest.

The story of the migrant wolf starts like any other migration, with a guide who helps him cross the border – or the sea – and relocates him into another world. What will happen once he arrives there? It is the story of those who seek „the best of the worlds”.


The migrant wolf

after an original text written by Patrice Seiler


Script: Patrice Seiler

Director: Radu Dinulescu

Scenography: Patrice Seiler
Music: Radu Dinulescu

Sculpture: Florin Marin
Painting: Elena Ilaș

Cast: Adina Ungur, Ionuț Constantinescu


Recommended age: 5+



  1. The Ugly Duckling

Author: Hans Christian Andersen
Script: Ovidiu Pecican
Director: Varga Ibolya
Scenography: Epaminonda Tiotiu
Assistant director: Angelica Pamfilie
Music: Venczel Peter
Cast: Ramona Atănăsoaie, Frunzina Anghel / Angelica Pamfilie, Andreea Bolovan, Ionuț Constantinescu, Călin Mureșan, Andreea Ștefan, Adina Ungur

Premiere: 11.09.2015
Duration: 55 minute
Recommended age: 4+

Written by Hans Christian Andersen, The Ugly Duckling is still one of the most beautiful stories about coming of age. A swan egg accidentally ends up in a duck’s nest, so out of this egg emerges a larger, an “uglier”, a different kind of “duckling” than any of the others. Being the object of all the shenanigans, pranks and ironies, the little swan has no other choice than to run away from this world, nurturing the hope that one day he may find a better place for himself.

Can our little swan persist through all the perils of the wilderness and the meddling of others? Let’s find out together. All we can say for now, is that some pleasant surprises await him as spring arrives.