In October the 1st of 2015 we went out again from Argentina to continue the tour in East Europe participating in 3 theatre festivals, in Romania and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The first stop was in Banja Luka, a little town in the Republic of Spark in Bosnia, to get there took us a three-day trip. We flew from Buenos Aires to Frankfurt, Germany. From Frankfurt to Bucharest, Romania, from Bucharest to Munich, Germany and from Munich to Zagreb, Croatia. We delay the time about 5 hours, switched from Spring to Autumn, passed trough a lot of airport with people of many nationalities and speaking different languages, it was a real travel on the time.
In Zagreb the organizers from the Festival were waiting us to travel by car to Bosnia. We passed through many small towns and crossed the border without understand nothing of the language they were speaking between.
In Banja Luka every day the theatre was filled with children coming to see the plays that included theatre, puppet, projections and wide variety of performances from Germany, Croatia, Russia and for the first time a company from the americas, Mandragora Circo from Argentina. The show had very good impact on the public, the organization and with the other companies participating.
After the show in Banja Luka we travel to the little town of Prijdor to also perform there. Arrived in the theatre early in the morning and were waiting for us the stagehand, the technician and an actor of the theater company that would help us with the set up, of the 3 only actor spoke some English, but somehow we could communicate and we were putting together everything for the show.
The theater was full of children clapped and cheered every move, every scene, every gesture.
After the show actors cast of the theater invited us for coffee and we could converse something else, was like being in a black and white film scene, between coffee, cigarette smoke and conversations that took us to Kusturica and Maradona, possibly icons of each of the countries each of us represent.