A fast-paced adventure about saving the world at the very last second and the conviction that it's never too late to fight for what's right.
Tick tock tick tock. Only seven hours until midnight. Beelzebub Irrwitzer and his aunt witch Tyrannja Vamperl are under enormous time pressure. According to their contract with the devil, they must have wiped out several animal species, caused many trees to die and spread at least one deadly plague by the turn of the year. They resort to a powerful magic potion, the punch of all punches: the satanic wish punch, which turns all good wishes into the opposite at the stroke of midnight. Fortunately, however, there is the High Council of Animals, which has been watching the wizard and the witch for a long time and has sent the spies Puss Maurizio and Raven Jacob. But even for these two the clock is ticking. The two animals must do everything possible to defeat the evil forces and save the world from the impending catastrophe. A race against time begins.
The classic children's book by Michael Ende uses fairy-tale characters to describe a battle between good and evil, the common good and self-interest, nature and man. An absurd and exciting family play staged by Mathias Spaan.
"Der satanarchäolügenialkohöllische Wunschpunsch" we show on December 14 and 23 with audio description for blind and visually impaired people. In cooperation with the Berliner Spielplan Audiodeskription, an audio description has been written for children, which will be read live over radio headphones. Before the performances, there is a tactile tour to get to know the set and costumes.
Registration via the visitor service: firstname.lastname@example.org or 030.55 77 52 52
3.00 - 13.00€