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‘Masha’ to Take the Stage in Italy

‘Masha’ to Take the Stage in Italy
Maurizio Distefano Licensing and EMA Events have joined forces once again to produce a new live show based on “Masha and the Bear.”  

New stage show is set to debut in major theaters across Italy this October.

Maurizio Distefano Licensing and EMA Events have joined forces once again to produce a new live show based on “Masha and the Bear.”

The new show, titled “Masha’s Tales–The Masha Stories,” will feature a host of stories and folk tales from Masha’s imagination, which will be performed with the help of her friend Bear. It will also include new songs, dances, humor, digital technology and more.

"With ‘Masha and the Bear Live’ we achieved something quite extraordinary: a successful live version of an enormously popular TV series,” says Edoardo Lombardi, general manager, EMA Events. “‘The Masha Stories’ will aim to achieve the same success, introducing all sort of innovations and surprises: even more special effects, even more artistic content–and even more fun!"

“Masha’s Tales–The Masha Stories” is slated to launch in major theaters across Italy this October.

"With ‘Masha and the Bear Live,’ EMA Events brought to the stage a show that was not just captivating but of the very highest quality,” says Maurizio Distefano, president, MD Licensing. “We are confident that the new show will once again combine the joy and humor of the animated series with the thrill of live performance for delighted audiences across Italy.”

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