Based on motifs from the story by Jean Giono The Man Who Planted Trees / 65 min
To plant a tree is an eloquent metaphor representing carefulness, patience, perseverance, faith, magnificence, eternity, life. We plant the performance just like the narrator: "... I wish to see the whole world intoxicated with life. I wish to see life bubble up like a torrent and flood all bitter and disheartened people with waves of joy, and hurl pink blood into their faces." A story about the life of a recluse, it talks about nature and invites you for a
walk in a forest ─ a walk with yourself.
Crew and cast
Directress Nika Bezeljak
Performer Miha Bezeljak
Translators Polona Abram and Suzana Koncut
Speech advisor Metka Damjan
Stage movement Tanja Zgonc
Set designer Branko Hojnik
Lighting designers Šimon Koči and Branko Hojnik
Lighting technician Miljenko Knezoci
Sound designer Marko Jakopanec
Set and Puppet makers Lucijan Jošt and Gregor Lorenci
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