Corduroy

The Adventures of a Teddy Bear in a Mall
Age: 
3+
כ-50
Language: 
Hebrew
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Object theater with surprises – toys, puppets, and mechanical constructions, inspired by the children’s book “Corduroy” by Don Freeman.

What happens after closing hours at the mall?

A kindhearted security guard goes on an adventure with a teddy bear who is missing a button on his trousers.

Will the button be found before dawn? Come and find out for yourselves!

Review

A sweet toy of a show, full of innocence, humor and magic. Inspired by the book by Don Freeman, it was created by actor Shachar Marom, who also designed the set in the object theater tradition. As the sole actor, Marom successfully carries the show, creating a colorful and enchanting atmosphere. The audience can see how much he enjoys playing with the toys, reminding the five-and-a-half-year-old girl of her old toys which come to life with their familiar voices and movements.​Tal Gordon, HaBama website

Festivals

  • 22nd Haifa International Children’s Theater Festival
  • The International Puppet Theater & Film Festival, Holon
  • Magic of a Legend Festival, Suzanne Dellal Center, Tel Aviv
  • The International Festival of Puppet Theater, Jerusalem
Credits

Concept, acting, object design: Shachar Marom
Director: Yolana Zimerman
Costume design: Hagit Erez Mizrachi
Music: Rotem Dror
Guest voices: Jack Shwili, Hila
Lighting: Omer Shizaf
Fabric prop design: Amnon Lipkin
Mechanical construction: Oz Malul, Eitan Kahana, Moshe Hakak
Production: The Train Theater

Supported by

Produced through the 2008 Haifa International Children’s Theater Festival, with the support of Mifal HaPayis’ Arts and Culture Council