The Swan Lake

Premiere: October 1st 2012

Based on the Libretto by Pyotr IIyich Tchaikovsky

The play is intended for children older than 7 years, is adapted for adult audiences
Duration: 55 minutes

Adaptation of the libretto,
director and choreography:

Todor Valov

Set design, puppets and costumes:
Стефанка Киувлиева

Pyotr IIyich Tchaikovsky

Adaptation and processing of music:
Plamen Mircev - Mirona

Puppet Masters:
Petar Cekurov - Pesika
Dimitar Dimitrov

Production of puppet and decor:
Atelier capital's puppet theater,
Sofia, Bulgaria

Art Studio:
Ganka Kirilova
Vera Benkovska
Anelija Sadovska

Production of decor:
Rumen Benkovski
Rade Krstic

Ljiljana Kalicanin

Мilica Redzic-Vulevic and Darija Nesic
Darija Nesic / Мilica Redzic-Vulevic
Мilomir Rakic and Nevena Brzakovic
Vladimir Djokovic
Vladimir Djokovic and Мilica Redzic-Vulevic
Milos Milovanovic and Darija Nesic
Dubravka Djordjevic and Мilica Redzic-Vulevic
Nevena Brzakovic
Dubravka Djordjevic
Мilica Redzic-Vulevic
Мilica Redzic-Vulevic
Darija Nesic
Мilica Redzic-Vulevic
Darija Nesic
Milos Milovanovic
Nevena Brzakovic
Dubravka Djordjevic
Dubravka Djordjevic
Мilica Redzic-Vulevic
Мilomir Rakic and Vladimir Djokovic

Odette / Swan Odette
Odile / Swan Odile
Prince Siegfried
Demon Rothbart
Baron Rothbart

Russian Princess
Hungary Princess
Neapolitan Princess
Spanish Princess
The forces of evil

The forces of good


Play Director:

The endless struggle between the forces of evil, taking human souls and the forces of good inspired Tchaikovsky to compose the music for one of the greatest and most important ballets. I believe that the lake symbolizes the eyes which are windows to the human soul.

Beautiful an innocent Odette turns into a Swan when the Demon casts a spell on her. The White Swan represents Odette's pure soul.

I hope the magic of the music and the puppet theatre itself will trigger the most beautiful emotions in each of you.


Insert from the Performance
The Swan Lake

Theatre for Children Kragujevac