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Shipwrecked and cast adrift, Gulliver awakes on the shores of Lilliput to a hostile reception from its feisty six-inch tall residents. At war with their neighbours, the tiny Lilliputians soon find a use for their gigantic visitor - a weapon of massive destruction! Refusing to be part of their plans for conquest, Gulliver flees across the oceans, only to end up abandoned among giants. Now small and vulnerable, he faces danger at every turn. Swift's classic tale takes us on a fantastical adventure through exotic, yet strangely familiar lands - nations ruled by corrupt governments, flying islands inhabited by intellectuals, kings and queens of every size, and a world ruled by horses...Performers Teodora Circiumaru, Adrian Matioc, Alexandru Malaicu, Corina Visinescu, Cristina Ragos, Diana Fufezan, Natalie Sigg, Ofelia Popii, Pali Vecsei, Raluca Iani, Serenela Muresan, Tomohiko Kogi, Veronica Arizancu, Eduard Patrascu, Catalin Patru, Cristian Stanca, Adrian Neacsu, Alexandru Nicoara, Ciprian Scurtea.
Book by Johathan Swift. Producer Radu Stanca. Producer National Theatre of Sibiu Romania. Director Silviu Purcarete. Design Dragos Buhagiar. Music Shaun Davey.
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