Since 2014, DidaDiv has been a part of various social and cultural events. The team of lecturers from Free Apples z.s. accompanies the participants at the venue and guides them through the production of their own card-board theatre performance from the initial idea to the making of their own author's video. If you want to cooperate with us, do not hesitate to contact us.
70th year of festival loutkářská Chrudim
DidaDiv took part in the 70th year of festival Loutkářská Chrudim. During the three days of the workshop, a total of 16 original theatre performances were created, which can be viewed on the DidaDiv channel.
We were honored to be part of the international documentary film festival Ji.hlava and participate in festival's kids program with 2-part webminar. For this occasion we have put together a special team where DidaDiv lectors seconded to illustrator Saki Matsumoto and a puppeteer Anička Duchaňová. As a team and with help of audience we have written, illustrated, rehearsed and recorded a short puppet play called Cool Africa.
DidaDiv on Christmas markets
Mini festival in Kotva department store, Fair in Vzletná and Mint market in Holešovice market. There, participants could create their own performance under the supervision of lectors and record it on the DidaDiv channel.
We introduced a new version of DidaDiv at the illustrators festival LUSTR 2019, where it was possible to visit a children's workshop focused on the production of performances or a show of performances created and filmed during LUSTR.
Cardboard theatre afternoon
Children, parents, passers-by and visitors of Fiesta New Stage could experience making their own home puppet theatre. With the help of lectors and simple instructions, everyone could create their own theatre mini-performances based on a original screenplay. The general rehearsal was followed by a public premiere. The aim of the family workshop was to familiarize visitors with the basic language of puppet theatre and the power of expression in the smallest - cardboard - form. Members of the Free Apples Association were inspired by the creation and work of August Boal and Bread And Puppet Theatre.