Puppetry and animation theater is a 100% visual art, so we are glad to offer a selection of pictures showing some good moments at the TOT Festival in Barcelona last weekend. We start this first slide show with some some of the street shows, most of them belonging to the off-TOT section. However, it also includes some important moments: the opening show by the Polish company Bialostocki Teatr Lalek, the celebration of the World Puppet Day, with Joan Baixas, and Saturday night show Les coses de la vida, by Trastam Teatre. To read the entire chronicle of the weekend (at putxinelli.cat, in catalan), read the articles “TOT: val la pena!” and “Per què un festival de titelles?” (“Why a puppet festival?”).
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