Chaos in the village of animals
As if there wasn't already enough going on in the village of animals. First the goat's birthday is forgotten, then a wolf shows up, old and with only one tooth. The whole animal world is excited, but the hen is also very curious. Because he wants to cook a stone soup, the wolf. Can you put celery in it? "Yes, you can, it gives a certain flavor," he says. And in concern for their roommate, horse, duck, pig and goat also come by. Will the police dog find the right solution? And what is he actually up to, the wolf?
From the wonderful children's book "Stone Soup" by the French author and illustrator Anaïs Vaugelade (in the German translation by Tobias Scheffel), Bernd Kohlhepp and Roland Mahr have knitted a play for the whole family. About living together, about prejudices, about idiosyncrasies and vanities, but above all about friendship. For those starting out in life at the end of their daycare career, for youngsters at the beginning of their school career, for parents who have always wanted to go to the theater, for grandparents and all dreamers who ask themselves questions about a good life together.
Come in for music and fun, for reflection and wonder.
WITH HANNAH JASNA HESS, BERND KOHLHEPP, ANGELA NEIS
BERND KOHLHEPP, ROLAND MAHR
DIRECTOR: ROLAND MAHR
STAGE+COSTUME: CATRIN BRENDEL
MUSIC PRODUCTION+ARRANGEMENT: ANDREW ZBIK
BASED ON THE PICTURE BOOK BY ANAÏS VAUGELADE "STEINSUPPE", TRANSLATED FROM FRENCH BY TOBIAS SCHEFFEL
© 2000 MORITZ VERLAG, FRANKFURT/M.
WITH THE KIND SUPPORT OF WEIHNACHTSMANN & CO.
Hannah Jasna Hess