Kolobok is the main character of an East Slavic national fairy tale with the same name, represented as a small yellow spherical being.
The fairy tale is prevalent in Slavic regions in a number of variations. A similar fairy tale with a pancake rolling off has also been recorded in German and Nordic regions. The plot is similar to The Gingerbread Man in English tradition.
We’re looking forward to presenting “The Kolobok” for your students.
This study guide has a synopsis of the show, information about the production, and some background on the Vancouver Puppet Theatre.
Viktor Barkar Artistic Director and founder of the
Vancouver Puppet Theatre
We will need 2 regular tables and 4 regular chairs.
The performing space must be 7 X 7 feet minimum with a place
for an audience in front.
The audience could be seated either on chairs or on the floor around
of the performing space.