bubales – Stage design for puppet theatres

go back
  • Jüdisches Puppentheater Berlin
Stage design for puppet theatres
Art teacher Shlomit Tulgan founded "bubales" – the first Jewish puppet theatre in Berlin – in 2011. "The driving force behind the project is to build bridges between cultures, strengthen the self-identity of Jewish children and to strengthen the laughing muscles of all the viewers", says Shlomit Tulgan.
norelem is supporting the construction of the new stage.
Slomit Tulgan and her team take the audience on a journey through the colourful world of Jewish holidays, traditions and humour.
The cloth puppets and the imaginative backdrops are all made in-house. Alongside Jewish songs, compositions of their own, intended to urge the audience to sing along and clap, are also performed in the plays.
Jüdisches Puppentheater Bubales
Bubales Puppentheater
The children enjoy the performances and become better acquainted with another culture. Performances are staged in schools and daycare centres, as well as in community and cultural centres, to the delight of numerous viewers, old and young.
The company needed to build a new stage for these performances. It had to be very stable, quick to set up and nevertheless easy to transport, because the "bubales" are on a world tour. The scene changes are done at the rear of the stage, using a long fabric web running over one of the round tubes.
The tubular connection system features a high degree of flexibility of the individual elements.
In order to be able to set up and take down the stage even more quickly, adjustable levers were mounted on the clamping elements, rather than cylinder head bolts with hexagon socket. There is no need for extra tools, and set-up is be even faster.
We are glad to have been able to support this very unusual project, and we hope the puppeteers and the audience will enjoy the new stage.
Shopping cart
Number of items: 0
Amount: 0.00 
Speed ordering
United States
Sitemap Print Recommended Newsletter Top
Copyright © 2016 norelem. All rights reserved. Tel. +49 (0) 71 45/206-44 to 45 · Fax +49 (0) 71 45/206-83