No two stagings were the same although the
underlying story remained unchanged (its roots were La Fontaine’s The ant and
the Grasshopper and one of Örkény’s short stories). The play continuously in
metamorphosis was attended by viewers numerous times. “By no means was it an
accident that work was started with Tutyi-Mutyi Fun: with perfecting speech
technique and a lot of movement they nurtured, cultured (theatre-wise) both
themselves and their young audience. A sort od playfulness and inventiveness, a
collectiveness that shuns celebrity culture was always a pinnacle of Figura’s
theatrical creation. School and kindergarten children and the adults who were
never overnurtured enjoyed the production…”
(Korunk. 1987. No. 9. “Theatre after the shift”, pp.
In the coming two years the play was staged
approximately fifty times so it dramatically changed compared to the premiere.
At the national finals of the “Cîntarea Romăniei” festival they won a
competition award with a reworking of the play entitled “Mesevonat”.