Play-along theater from 4 years
An innocent girl gets a little red cap from her grandmother and from now on is called only Little Red Riding Hood. When the grandmother falls ill, the mother sends Little Red Riding Hood into the forest to bring the grandmother cake and wine.
On the way, Little Red Riding Hood meets the big bad wolf. In her guilelessness, she tells him where the grandmother lives and is led astray. The wolf devours the grandmother and also Little Red Riding Hood, but the hunter brings salvation.
Play-along theater is a special form of theater play in which an experienced actress tells a fairy tale, slipping into the various fairy tale characters and roles.
The children experience the great art of acting very closely, namely the role change - which the player performs on stage before their eyes. In the process, they are not only allowed to listen to the fairy tale with rapt attention, but to actively participate. They can call out their thoughts and ideas to the actress on stage, who spontaneously integrates these impulses into the story.
In addition, the children can play along on stage themselves at many points! This creates an interactive and lively theater game between the narrator and the children.
Galli Theater Berlin
Johannes Galli (Autor/in)