* Performed in Hebrew
Based on the book by Uri Orlev, "Grandma Knitting". A story about Grandma, who knitted in wool all of her world: the house, the garden, the bed, even the tea and the cake, and finally her grandchildren as well. But the world around doesn't accept easily woolen grandchildren... Grandma is out to fight for her grandchildren, armed with a couple of knitting needles and wool piles, and her fight is touching, magical, and funny. A show about the courage to create, the power of imagination, and huge love for books and stories, which brings the generations closer to each other.
The show won the prizes of "show of the year" and "puppets design" in the contest of stage prizes for children's and youth's theater 2006. Duration: approx. 50 minutes.
Concept, performance and manipulation: Tzipor Frumkin
Set Design and props: Erika Sapir, Nathalia Rosenthal
Grandma puppet design: Revital Arieli
Music: Ittai Rosenbaum
Lighting design: Uri Rubinstein