Carlo Collodi’s The Adventures of Pinocchio appeared in Italy in 1883. Pinocchio, the wooden puppet is at odds with morality, find it difficult to resist temptation, he is rather lazy and often tells tales. His one desire is to have fun. His story follows the structure of folk tales: the unsuspecting and naive protagonist innocently steps out into the world. He runs away from home and gets in with bad company, has a series of calamities, and gets into ridiculous situations. During his adventures he must realise that for happiness, he must behave well and learn a lot. As a reward, he turns from a wooden puppet into a little boy, returns home and lives happily with his old master.
Pinocchio: Hasznos Dóra
Geppetto: Vati Tamás
Cricket: Nagy Levente
Cat: Samantha Kettle
Fox: Feledi János
Mangiafuoco: Kalmár Attila
Fairy: Stohl Luca
Harlequin: Vislóczki Szabolcs
Pulcinella: Frigy Ádám
Columbina: Krausz Alíz
Pinocchio's Friend: Krizsán Dániel
Inn-Keeper, Circus Director, Teacher: Gombai Szabolcs
Schoolgirls, Circus Artists: Farkas Dóra, Fehér Laura
Written by Carlo Collodi
Stage Design: Vati Tamás
Costumes, Props: Juristovszky Sosa
Music: Philippe Heritier
Creative Producer: Iványi Marcell
The Choreographer's Assistant: Vislóczki Szabolcs
Director-Choreographer: Bozsik Yvette
Coproduction by the Yvette Bozsik Company and the National Dance Theatre.
The performance was funded by the National Cultural Fund and the National Bank of Hungary.
Photo: Horváth Judit - Yvette Bozsik Company