Peter Müller, together with Susanne Claus, has brought the classic fairy tale from 1849 to the stage with care and affection, at times with a delicate sense of humour. Fairytale pictures full of poetry are created when the boy attaches a sail to his rollaway bed and sets off on an adventure, out to the window, to the moon, to the stars; when he flies over the city, leaving behind roofs and church towers, looking for the forest and the animals, and is bitterly disappointed because nobody admires him - because everyone else is asleep.
The timeless story between reality and shadow play, accompanied by melancholically coloured music, makes the young visitors leave inspired by the imagination....... Die Oberbadische, 22.01.2020
Co-production with Burghof Lörrach
A production by Peter Müller (Theater Handgemenge) and Susanne Claus
We thank Jens Finke for his advice during the clown scenes
Duration: approx. 70 min
Max. Audience 250
Stage Minimum dimensions:
Stage width 4,20m, Stage depth 3,3m, Clear height 3m
Total depth up to the first row of chairs at least 5m, better 7m or more
Either rising rows of seats or stage platform 0,50-0,80m high.
For details see Technicrider
Languages : German . English . French
Photos: Jörg Metzner
Theater Vorpommern GmbH
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