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Bambalina (Uncredited)

Bambalina

Bambalina burst onto the Valencian scene in 1981, focusing its approach on the singular mode that is puppet theater. In its eagerness to regenerate and dignify this artistic mode, they created the Mostra de Titelles a la Vall d’Albaida (1985) and the Museo Internacional de Títeres de Albaida (1997), two initiatives that have signified a cultural experience for the district and which have become an international point of reference. Bambalina was established in Valencia in 1991 and began collaborating with creative artists such as Carles Alfaro, Joaquín Hinojosa, Ramón Moreno, Gemma Miralles, and Joan Cerveró. The company has an ongoing presence in the main cities in Spain and in many European festivals. The company’s growing importance has resulted in numerous awards and firm recognition from high institutions such as the Generalitat Valenciana and the Ministry of Culture.

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Watch Past Performances

Kraft (Spain) 10/26/11: Kraft (Spain)

The renowned puppet theater presents Kraft, a show in which an everyday object’s conventional use is transformed into something magical—where Kraft paper becomes an instrument of nature, creating the sounds of crashing waves, rustling leaves, and the crackling of a fire’s flames. Part of Kids Euro Festival 2011.

Kraft (Spain)

The renowned puppet theater presents Kraft, a show in which an everyday object’s conventional use is transformed into something magical—where Kraft paper becomes an instrument of nature, creating the sounds of crashing waves, rustling leaves, and the crackling of a fire’s flames. Part of Kids Euro Festival 2011.

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