The Liepāja Art Forum has developed a tradition to start Sunday with a family morning. This year, we will be able to enjoy the premiere of the circus mystery “The Little Man” by talented director Ģirts Šolis and the Liepāja Puppet Theater, based on a book by Erich Kästner.
Have you ever seen a man as small as a matchbox? And circus tricks so outstanding that your hands get sore from clapping in amazement? It is an unmatched sensation indeed! This will be a wonder like none before. This unusual story with no words is about the smallest man alive and his incredible dream of becoming a circus performer.
The performance was created by a large team of professionals, combining the talents of circus trick consultants Enrico and Dace Pezzoli, actors of the Liepāja Theater and Liepāja Puppet Theater, as well as authors of music, costumes and stage design, whose colorful individual signatures will surely leave an impression.
Concept author and director: Ģirts Šolis
Starring: Ilze Jura, Madara Enkuzena, Pēteris Lapiņš
Music: Mikus Frišfelds
Artist: Ivonna Kalita
Props: Kristīne Dekovice un Jānis Enkuzens
Lights: Jānis Brašs
Sound: Kristaps Žilinskis
Circus trick consultants: Enrico and Dace Pezzoli
Tickets: 5.00 euros
25% discount applied when purchasing 5 and more tickets.
Free admission for children up to 2 years of age. Separate tickets must be purchased for children older than 2.
Organized by: Great Amber in collaboration with Liepāja Puppet Theater.
Supported by: Liepāja City Council and State Culture Capital Foundation
Place: Experimental stage
Duration: 45 min
INFORMATION FOR EVENT ATTENDEES:
We will ask all parents to present a Covid-19 certificate at the entrance, confirming the parent's vaccination or recovery. In compliance with current epidemiological regulations, events intended for child audiences have distanced seating. Adults and other attendees over the age of 7 must wear face masks during the event.
Please follow changes in current regulations regarding event attendance for children.