ca. 60 min
Puppet Theatre | Object Theatre
Coproduction with: FITZ! Zentrum für Figurentheater Stuttgart | Funded by: Cultural Department of Stuttgart, Ministry of Science and Arts of Baden-Württemberg
Direction: Alberto García Sánchez | Performers: Annette Scheibler, Daniel Kartmann, Sigrun Kilger | Music: Daniel Kartmann | Puppets, objects, props, set: Ensemble | Light: Luigi Consalvo
Nine-year old Elisabeth wakes up in a foreign land next to a boy she has never met. Luckily, Fazil is very friendly and his family welcomes her with a kind heart. Surprisingly enough, Fazil even speaks the same language as Elisabeth. As she gets to know Fazil’s daily life, she learns about his dreams and when to take cover – because in his country it often rains stones.
After the performance, the audience is cordially invited to join the artists in a follow-up discussion with finger exercises.