Where Are You Going, Little Horse? ("Kude Otivash, Konche?") is a puppet theatre play by renowned Bulgarian playwright Rada Moskova. Written in the 1970's, the play is surprisingly contemporary in its treatment of the themes of freedom, choice, and consumerism; all of which are poignantly relevant today. Where Are You Going, Little Horse? is considered one of the gems of Bulgarian puppet theatre dramaturgy.
Where Are You Going, Little Horse? is adapted and directed by Margarita Blush (2006); puppets, scenery and costumes designed and created by Hristina Stoilova; music composed by Christian Boyadjiev; performed by Aleksandar Karamanov, Silvia Petrova, Rosen Rusev, Milena Stojanova, and Stojan Stojanov.
Where Are You Going, Little Horse? was funded in part by the Helvetia Foundation, (Debut Projects) and performed at the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria.