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When toys say bye!

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By

Sânziana Popescu

Director

Attila Vizauer

Set designer

Viaceslav Vutcariov 

Choreography

Păstorel Ionescu

Music by

George Marcu

Orchestra

Lucian Maxim (percussion), Eugen Degu (bass quitar), Marian Georgescu (quitar), George Marcu (keyboard)

Music mix

Mihnea Chelaru

Animation

Dimitrie Grigorescu, Suzana Dan

Cast

Hypocritical Doll - Carmen Palcu Adam/Nicoleta Rusu 
Barbie Doll - Ani Creţu 
Mummy Doll - Mihaela Beţiu
The Bear - Cristian Boeriu
The Key Mouse - Alexandrina Halic 
The Rubber Duck - Mirela Busuioc 
The General - Ionuţ Antonie
Motorcyclist - Daniel Tudorică
Tank Driver - Voicu Hetel 
Driver - Cezar Vlad Popescu
Humpty Dumpty - Marcela Andrei 

Voices In The Cartoon - Janine Stavarache, Andrei Ţârdea, Mihai Niculescu, Dan Burghelea, Alexander Wilhelm. 

Running time

90 minutes


In a world full of ugliness and violence, the toys in this show talk to us about the importance of holding on to the childhood in our souls, an oasis of miracles and beauty. 
The play ?When toys say Bye!? by Sânziana Popescu was awarded at the first edition of the drama contest organized by Ion Creanga Theatre and it was presented in "Reading shows" section of the festival in 2007. 
 

What the critics say:

“When toys say bye!” isn’t simply a tale. The playwright actually proposes a musical comedy, intended for the children, as well as for the grown ups, this purpose being fully served by music, colourful costumes, animation and movement.
Using the title of the play as a starting point and also the idea that the little ones are “clever and that, many times, their interpretations are brighter, richer in fantasy and more imaginative than those of grown ups”, director Attila Vizauer offers a natural interpretation of the text, by giving the story a lively stage colourfulness. 
Maria Sârbu, Jurnalul Naţional , 2008

Everybody laughs, sings and dances, because the director created a musical performance, as the authoress, who wrote her own lyrics for the songs, intended it to be. Mircea Ghiţulescu, Luceafărul (Weekly cultural magazine, edited by the Writers' Union, Romania), 2008

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