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Premiere Degetica opens in 2014 the House of Stories from the Excelsior Theater

Premiere Degetica opens in 2014 the House of Stories from the Excelsior Theater

Premiere Degetica opens in 2014 the House of Stories from the Excelsior Theater

Premiere Degetica opens in 2014 the House of Stories from the Excelsior Theater
Excelsior Theater brings it to the House of Stories on the gingerbread and charming Degetica.
Thursday, January 30, at 19.00 will be the official premiere, which will be prefaced by three other representations: Tuesday, January 28, 10.00, Wednesday, January 29, 10.00 and 7.00.


Together with the character created by the brilliant Danish H.C. Andersen, you will wander through a watermelon leaf, in the country of the rat, of the Aunt Mouse, in the world of the Frog, but also in the emperor of Light, where the Prince of Spirits will flatter your imagination. Your curiosity will be aroused by the adventures of Degeticai and her friends, Buburuza, Dragonfly, Fluturel and Randunica.


For an hour, you will follow all the adventures of Degeticai with "soul to mouth", having fun and singing along with her. How can a mother's desire change the world? How can the world change an invoice so small, playful and innocent as Degetica? To these questions will be answered together with you, our little and big spectators, the actors: Corina Dragomir (Degetica), Annemary Ziegler (Mama Degeticai and Aunt mice), Ciprian Cojenel (The storyteller), Veronica Popescu (Buburuza), Oana Tofan (Dragonfly) , Stelian Milu (Fluturel), Bogdan Nita (Mr. Broscoi), Marian Radulescu (Mr. Sobol), Mihaela Coveseanu (Randunica) and Ovidiu Usvat (Prince).
The land of childhood never loses its mystery, regardless of age. Someone had to rediscover Degeticai's story and conjure it up to the present time. From the classroom with memories, Aurel Mitran brought to light the story of Degeticai. He erased it a little from the dust of time, rewrote it and staged it with unexpected, humor and fantasy. The directing assistance was fully provided by Annemary Ziegler. The decorations and costumes were created inspired by Stephen Parvulescu, and the original music, "salt and pepper" of this new setting, belongs to Jolt Kerestely.
"Now the fairy tale is over.
No, there was nothing left!
Will it ever be difficult for you,
Don't forget Degetica! "
You will hum at the exit of the performance hall, next to the band of the Excelsior Theater.
You will definitely come back! We look forward to welcoming you.

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