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Fascinating things can be seen underground: Different colors, animals, fibers and also: that the roots of the trees touch each other! Little Suzanne is deeply impressed and sets off on the long journey to understand how the trees live together and their language.

After 20 years of study and experimentation, she has proven that trees exchange needed nutrients and communicate with each other, even over long distances. Mushrooms play a crucial role in this.

For this exciting, fairytale-like excursion into the nanoworld and the root networks of the forest, the Theater Zwischenraum was inspired by the books of the forester and author Peter Wohlleben and the impressive work of the Canadian forest scientist Suzanne Simard.

  • Production: Theater Rafael Zwischenraum in Berlin and the Tineola Theater in Prague
  • Idea, concept & drawing on the iPad: Michaela Bartoňová
  • Director: Mark Pitman
  • Music: Michal Kořán, Ralf Lücke, Agnes Kutass
  • Figures & Objects: Michaela Bartoňová
  • Game, speaker: Ralf Lücke
  • Photos: Michaela Bartoňová, Ralf Lücke, Sigrid Schubert (Theater Rafael Zwischenraum)
  • Recommended age: from 5 years
  • Duration: approx. 60 minutes

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