In the fairy-tale year at the Puppet Theater, the premiere of Grandma & # 39; s Tales will premiere with unusual puppets and the use of nouns.
Latvian folk tales deserve the second breath and the second youth – Rūta Briede, the artist of the youngest production of the Puppet Theater.
Celebrating the 160th birthday of the writer, researcher, fairytale and legacy collector Ans Lerha-Puškis and his 150th birthday of the successor, linguist, ethnographer and folklorist Peter Schmidt, who celebrates the contribution of both "fairy fathers" to Latvian culture.
Director Edgars Kaufelds emphasizes that fairy tales are not written for pedagogical purposes, but they learn nothing in the show, but play the colorful fairy tales.
The images made by the artist Rūta Briede are larger than normal to show the importance of the image with its size. The implementation also includes proverbs, contemporary language.
In the fairytale show the music of composer Jēkabs Niemins is clarified.
The premiere of "Grandma & # 39; s Tales" will be celebrated on May 5.