An intimate puppet and object theater performance that invites a glimpse into the routine life of Badada - a woman who lives alone in her small apartment and has no contact with the outside world. She creates a relationship with the house itself and its objects, nourishing and nourished by an inner world, anxious and rich in imagination. Badada's symbiotic relationship with the house evokes a rethinking of mental and physical freedom of movement and highlights the gap between what we see and hear and what we experience and imagine.
Creator and performer: Shay Persil
Set design: Itamar Mendes-Flohr
Construction: Jeremie Ravon, Shimri Hagai, Itamar Mendes-Flohr
Puppet and object design: Shay Persil
Sound design: Gil Lavi
Artistic guidance: Ariel Doron, Ofer Amram, Haim Yafim Barbalat
Lighting design: Dana Tkach
Special thanks: Tmuna theater, Marit Ben Israel, Ruth Hof, Habait Theater.
Supported by Acco Festival of Alternative Israeli Theater | the Independent Creators Foundation of the Israeli Ministry of Culture and Sports | Erlangen International figuren.theater.festival.