Around the world in eighty days

  • Scene: Children
  • Duration: 75 minutes
  • Premiere: 17.12.2014
  • Age: 6+

Directed by: Bojan Trifunovski
Author: Bojan Trifunovski Accodrding to the novel "Around the World in Eighty Days" by Jules Verne

Friendship is the greatest invention of our civilization. Love is the most powerful force on the planet. These are the ideas we aim to convey with this particular theater piece. Passepartout, and Phileas Fogg embark on a fast-paced journey around the world in 80 days.  Messages of responsibility, loyalty, and principles in times of moral decay, war, and unimaginable greed are carried through by humor and musical numbers. Lead by the hope for a better world a world with old, yet new values such as knowledge, courage, and love. The duo encounters many different aspects of many cultures on each continent. As if the world itself has forgotten how beautiful it can be. Diversity as a defining factor of a certain culture is slowly being erased. A man is a wolf to his fellow men. Wherever you go, everyone is equally unfortunate, cynical, or lost. But Passepartout, and Phileas Fogg and their ethics and positive thinking, are adamant about making a change. They strive for a world that we are proud of, where no good deed goes unrewarded, a world in which children will be raised upon the true principles of tolerance, understanding, sharing, and growth.


Srgjan Mitrovikj, Kiril Vasilev

Costume design

Iskra Dzhokikj


Dzhijan Emin


Simona Spirovska

FaLang translation system by Faboba

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