Teatro Lambe Lambe, theatre for one or ´micro puppet theatre´, originated in Brazil. It is a beautiful, intimate approach to performance meant for only one spectator at a time to view the performance through a small window in the theatrical box while wearing headphones. Each performance lasts 3 - 4 minutes.
"Discover the mysterious stories lurking inside..."
The word kunu´u in Guaraní refers to giving tenderness, caresses, pampering, affection. Kunu'u Títeres was born in 2009 by bringing puppets into squares, neighborhoods, communities, health centers, hospitals, with the intention of strengthening community through arts and kindness.
The search for new expressive forms conjugated with an encounter between women yearning for a space to share their work and experiences. Noelia Buttice, Tessa Rivarola and Carola Mazzotti came together and the journey into the Kunu´u dream began and the first shows were made.
The company has a strong history of developing puppet plays around social issues and the rights of girls and boys, promoting the community debate on corruption, women's participation in politics, forms of domestic violence, and forms of child exploitation.