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Teatro matita
http://matitatimes.wordpress.com/
Hrvatini 204, SI-6280 Ankaran/Ancarano
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Matija Solce
matija_solce@yahoo.com
Phone386 (0) 40 472 730 (Slovenia), 420 608 243 728 (Czech Rep.)
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Maja Bavdaž, Producer
Phone386 (0) 41 778 061
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Past Events
  • 1 September 2017
    Little Night Tales by Mitja Solce (Teatro matita), organized in cooperation with the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Copenhagen, at Puppet Theatre Sampo in Helsinki, Finland
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  • 3 March to 20 March 2016
    A Little Lamp, Pea and Feather, produced by the Ljubljana Puppet Theatre, A Story about a Boy and a Penguin and Little Blue and Little Yellow, produced by the Maribor Puppet Theatre, and Little Night Tales and Pulcinella, produced by Teatro matita, the exhibition Contemporary Slovenian Puppet Theatre, the workshop Secret of Life Buttons, and the conference Slovenian Puppetry Today with Jelena Sitar and Mojca Redjko (Maribor Puppet Theatre) during Focus Slovenia at the 10th Izmir International Puppet Days at Balçova Kipa AVM, Çiğli Kipa AVM, Fatih Koleji, Han Tiyatrosu, İzmir Mimarlık Merkezi, İzmir Sanat in Izmir, Turkey
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  • 25 April 2015
    Little Night Tales by Mitja Solce (Teatro matita) at Festival Orbis Pictus at Gavella City Drama Theatre in Reims, France
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  • 28 November to 29 November 2014
    Happy Bones, Little Night Tales, and Pulcinella, produced by Teatro matita, and a concert by Fekete Seretlek, featuring Mitja Solce on accordion, at Plastisches Teater HOBBIT in Würzburg, Germany
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  • 7 November 2014
    Little Night Tales, produced by Teatro matita, at the Big Break Festival at Petrovsky Passazh in Voronezh, Russia
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  • 29 August to 31 August 2014
    Attention, Moose!, Happy Bones, and Pulcinella, produced by Teatro matita, and When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw, produced by the Maribor Puppet Theatre, at the European Festival of Humour and Satire Kremnica Gags at Alley of Famous Noses, MsKS – City Cultural Centre, Town Castle area in Kremnica, Slovakia
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  • 25 May 2014
    Happy Bones, produced by Teatro matita, at Pleasance Theatre in London, United Kingdom
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  • 24 May 2014
    Happy Bones, produced by Teatro matita, at Etceteratheathre in London, United Kingdom
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  • 23 May 2014
    The puppet shows Happy Bones and Little Night Tales, produced by Teatro matita, at the Accidental Festival 2014 in London, United Kingdom
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  • 20 March to 23 March 2014
    Attention Moose! and Happy Bones by Teatro matita at the 8th İzmir International Puppet Days in Izmir, Turkey
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  • 7 March to 13 March 2014
    When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw and The Trial or The Woeful Story of Joseph K. produced by the Maribor Puppet Theatre, and Little Night Tales, produced by the Teatro matita, at the 23rd Wels International Puppet Theatre Festival in Wels, Austria
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  • 15 February to 16 February 2014
    Attention Moose! and Happy Bones by Teatro matita at Staffan Björklunds Teater in Kävlinge, Sweden
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  • 5 December to 6 December 2013
    A house concert and puppet shows Pulcinella and Happy Bones by Matija Solce (Teatro matita) at The Capel St Crew in Melbourne, Australia
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  • 1 December 2013
    Happy Bones by Teatro matita at the Camelot Gypsy Festival in Sydney, Australia
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  • 21 November to 24 November 2013
    Attention Moose, Happy Bones, and Little Night Tales produced by Teatro matita and a workshop by Matija Solce at the Mullum Music Festival in Mullumbimby, Australia
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  • 2 November 2013
    The puppet show Little night Tales produced by Teatro matita at the Big Break festival Moscow, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Moscow, in Moscow, Russia
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  • 26 October 2013
    The puppet shows Happy Bones and E beh? Pulcinella produced by Teatro matita at the 35th International Puupet Theatre Days at Stadtsaal in Mistelbach an der Zaya, Austria
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  • 5 October to 6 October 2013
    The puppet show Happy Bones produced by Teatro matita at the 14th International Puppet Theatre Festival The Chest, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Moscow, in Irkutsk, Russia
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  • 18 September to 20 September 2013
    Happy Bones by Teatro matita and a concert by concert by a music-theatre group Fekete Seretlek (Matija Solce) at the festival Babkova Žilina in Žilina, Slovakia
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  • 22 August 2013
    Attention Moose!, Happy Bones, Pulcinella, and Little Night Tales by Teatro matita and a concert by a music-theatre group Fekete Seretlek (Matija Solce) in Kuks, Czech Republic
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  • 30 April 2013
    Happy Bones by Teatro matita at the ČARODĚNÍ Festival at Valdstejn Loggia in Jičín, Czech Republic
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  • 23 April 2013
    Happy Bones by Teatro matita and a concert by Fekete Seretlek at South Bohemian Theatre in Český Krumlov, Czech Republic
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  • 13 March 2013
    Little Night Tales, produced by the Teatro matita, at the International Puppet Festival Wels in Wels, Austria
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  • 23 February 2013
    A concert by Matija Solce (Teatro matita) and Sofija Hestagius and the play Happy Bones by Teatro matita at the Umefolk festival in Umeå, Sweden
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  • 2 November to 6 November 2012
    Thumbelina and Snow White by Mini Theatre, and Attention Moose! and Happy Bones by Teatro matita at the International Festival of Puppet Theatre in Moscow, Russia
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Matija Solce 2013 puppets protestival.jpg

Teatro matita was established in 2002 by musician and puppeteer Matija Solce after he had completed his studies at Bruno Leone's traditional Italian hand puppet school in Naples. He tries to stimulate the audience's imagination with his belief that everything can be a puppet (from the most usual everyday object such as a bicycle bell to the more unusual such as a bone), performing all over the world in all kinds of places (theatres, outdoor stages, prisons, schools ...). Considering his musical education and collaboration with folk musicians it is not surprising that music plays an important role in his work. His productions are often a combination of puppet show, folk music performance and acting (an actor is also a puppet).

Matija Solce was a founder of the International Centre of Puppetry Arts in 2005, he is a head of the Cultural Association for Puppetry, Folk Music and Ecology Matita established in 2007, and collaborates closely with Lutkarnica - Koper Puppetry Studio.

Teatro matita collaborates with the PUF Festival as an organiser of presentations of student productions of the DAMU Academy in Prague and various other European puppetry schools. Matija Solce started also the HISTeRIA Festival in the Istrian village Gračišče. As an activist he has introduced puppetry into a special form of political rally - a Protestival.

Performances

His first show E beh? proved a great success and was subsequently presented at the Ana Desetnica International Street Theatre Festival, the PUF Festival (Award for Inventive Transformation of Tradition) and the Trnfest Festival in Slovenia, as well as at a range of other festivals in Italy (2nd place in the Marionetta d'Oro Award at Mittelfest in Cividale), Austria (Mini-Mikro-Impro), France (Charleville), Spain (Santiago de Compostella), Estonia (Treff Festival), Austria (Multikids), Slovakia (Cibulak), Russia, Belgium and the Czech Republic.

In 2003 Matija Solce's second show Little Night Tales was equally well received at international festivals in Slovenia and abroad (Italy (XXVIII Festival Internazionale dei Burattini e delle Figure, Cervia, Arrivano dal Mare), the Czech Republic (2004 Animation and Performance Award and nomination for the Erik Award at the meeting of Czech Puppeteers and Best Show Award at the 2005 Zlomvaz Festival of Puppetry Schools), Spain, Finland, France, Belgium, Croatia (2006 Animation and Puppets Award at PIF Zagreb), Estonia (2007 'Blessed Gift' Prize at the Treff Festival), Slovakia and Russia).

His next production The Joke, an evocative mix of object and word play, sound and body movement, received an award at Mittelfest in Cividale in 2007. A production based on Gogol's short story followed. Nose combines absurd and grotesque drama, puppet theatre and expressive acting with the least speaking possible. In 2009 a production Attention, MOOSE! was created in Sweden. It is a simple story about the relationship between man and nature with folk motives from Europe and Latin America that give music an important role in expressing the characters and the atmosphere.


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