Marek Menšík, Sláva Zubkov, Béatrice Jaccard
Marek Menšík, Sláva Zubkov
Once, there was a cat who lived for a million years. He died a million times. He lived a million times. He was truly a splendid tabby-cat. A million people loved him, and a million people cried when he died. But never once did the cat cry. – Yoko Sono, The Cat Who Lived a Million Times
The performance is a story of two characters. Perhaps a million stories, a million characters. About friendship, suffering and joy. The games that can bring unexpected results and surprises. About inevitable setbacks. A search for freedom that is not self-evident. This family performance, which employs elements of slapstick and physical theatre, is told primarily in images, movement, situations and music. The creators of the performance were inspired by the children’s poem The Cat Who Lives One Million Times by Japanese author Yoko Sono.
Suitable for children 3+.