March 9 at 19:00
Latvia Puppet theatre, Main Hall
The main storyline of classical “Hamlet” has not changed, but this time it is played out by two clowns who incarnate ten different roles. Some particularly important present themes are being emphasized more than others – a neighbouring military activity, the conflict between fiction and reality, the humanity.
Piip and Tuut Theatre is a private theatre, formed by two actors and named by their clown characters Piip and Tuut. They have been performing together as a clown duo since 1998 and established an authentic Piip and Tuut Playhouse in 2010 in Tallinn, Estonia. They won Estonian Theatre Prize of the Year in 2014 as the best company playing for the young audience; however they have a unique audience that includes the whole family.
Director: Lauris Gundars
Actors: Haide Männamäe, Toomas Tross
Composer, musician: Siim Aimla
Venue: Latvia Puppet Theatre Main hall (Kr. Barona 16-18)
More information: www.piipjatuut.ee