THE DOG THAT COULDN'T BARK
A tale about a little dog, abandoned in a bag. He is alone in an unknown place and with nobody to teach him how to bark. Along his journey, the doggy has many unexpected encounters – some funny, some dangerous… But in the end, he sings his own song. Like a real dog! The story is filled with music, humour and surprises.
The performance is based on the fairy tale by Gianni Rodari
- Director: Veselin Boydev
- Stage design: Christina Stoilova
- Music: Ivan Garbachev
- Cast: Daniela Teneva, Dimiter Nikolov, Nataliya Vasileva, Rumen Karamanov
- Age: 5+
- Duration: 50 min
- Language: in Bulgarian with English subtitles
STATE PUPPET THEATRE – PLOVDIV, REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA
State Puppet Theatre – Plovdiv was founded in 1946. It is a repertory theatre, financed by The Ministry of Culture and supported by the Plovdiv Municipality. It holds the prestigious Cyril and Methodius First Degree Award. In 2017, the theatre opened its 70th theatrical season. Over the years, more than 325 titles premiered at the theatre. Every year, approximately 5 new performances are produced and played in front of no less than 40 000 spectators. Puppet Theatre – Plovdiv toured more than 40 countries, taking part in many international festivals, and is a laureate of more than 80 prestigious awards. Six of the theatre's performances are included in the Golden Fund of the Bulgarian National Television.
State Puppet Theatre - Plovdiv
14 Hristo G. Danov Str., Plovdiv
Bugarska / Bulgaria