fairy tales - really grim!
Two actors, an original text and a stage are required for this theater experience. Once upon a time - Grimm's Fairy Tales in the Glass Palace.
The format, which offers two half-hour fairy tales per performance, illustrates how closely the idiosyncratic appeal of these stories, their special comedy and the spooky tension are linked to everyone's deep-rooted fears and hopes.
In no time, the stage is transformed into an opulently set table with something for everyone: highly entertaining joy.
Jorinde and Joringel
...loves Joringel loves Jorinde loves... yes, nice!
But only when hearts break does love become great; only fear and pain of irreparable loss teaches us to appreciate it. A fairy tale, finely woven from poetic stammering, from love, madness, death, delight and magic, grips our hearts with a cold hand until it finally remains silent forever with a desolate, sore sigh. Anyone who thinks there is no more room for romantic feelings is wrong! Jorinde loves Joringel: and only when they have died do they love them forever.
Stick out of the bag
A set table, a secure living – that’s what you’ve earned through long, hard work. You'd probably think... but then you've done the math again without the cunning landlord (apparently an ancient story), you're cheated out of your wages and you're looking pretty stupid with empty fists. But what if that isn't the end of the story when a brother gets in the way and still has something up his sleeve? And then deliver justice with a hard stick...
Entry from 14 years.