Mulu and TsegayMoria Ben-Avot, Shacharit Yerushulmi
A joint project based on the book by Tamar Verta-Zahavi
One night, when the moon was full, a huge fire started in the village in Africa where Mulu and his sister Tsegay lived. With only a bright blue stone, they set out bravely on a long and magical journey to a distant land.
In the unique world of puppet theater, clay and natural materials tell a tale of growing up, friendship and love, based on real stories of African migrants on their way to Israel.
Concept and performance: Moria Ben-Avot, Shacharit Yerushulmi
Directed by Hadas Selebst
Dramaturgy: Roey Gormezano
Performance and text: Shacharit Yerushalmi
Performance, stage design and puppets: Morit Ben-Avot
Original music: Dana Eisen
Design and table construction: Gilad Nardi
Prop production and consulting: Yaron Carvel
Lighting design: Itamar Huri
Production: Rona Saporta
The performance was created for the Haifa International Children's Theater Festival. It premiered in April 2017.
Haifa International Children's Theater Festival