Fish and sweet Pap 30 Min2 plus
A sonorous theatre experience for the youngest (age 2 and older), duration: 30 minutes. Based on a concept of Ines Müller Braunschweig | World Premiere
Kurzinfo: Ein musikalisches Gemälde: Steine, Wasser und Lehm erschaffen magische Landschaften, in denen sich Welten entdecken lassen. Ein unwiderstehliches theatrales Ereignis für die Allerkleinsten – Live-Musiker inklusive.
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Stones, clay, water and music, those are the elements of our sensious universe, developed on an area of a few square meters only. A mound of stones just a minute ago, it will turn into an island landscape with a river or a giant fish in the sea a moment later. And even stones begin to sing when you - like our actress and our musician do - look and listen with the eyes and ears of little world discoverers.
FISCHE UND SÜSSER BREI (FISH AND SWEET PAP) had guest appearances in November 2008 at the traditional Autumn Festival of the Radost Theatre in Brno/Czech Republic and at the Festival "Theater von Anfang an" (Theatre from the Very Beginning) in Dresden/Germany, furthermore in 2009 at the "17. Hildesheimer Kindertheaterwoche" (17th Week of Children's Theatre in Hildesheim/Germany) and will be performed in 2010 in Munich/Germany, Villach and Vienna (both Austria).
Ines Müller-Braunschweig, free lance actress and director, is also a lecturer in figure theatre at the State University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart. The main focus of her theatrical activity is the interdisciplinary work with figure players.
Since 2002 she has been frequently working as a director and a creater and developer of stage plays at the "Theater der jungen Welt" (Young World's Theatre) in Leipzig.
"Fish and Sweet Pap", lovingly directed by Ines Müller-Braunschweig, does not tell a linear story. (...) Images of music and rhythm, water and stones, flowing movements and very few words. Open for associations. Dimo Riess, Leipziger Volkszeitung
Presse: »Fische & Süßer Brei erzählt in der liebevollen Inszenierung von Ines Müller-Braunschweig keine lineare Geschichte. Bilder aus Musik & Rhythmus, Wasser und Steinen, fließenden Bewegungen und wenigen Worten. Offen für Assoziationen.« Leipziger Volkszeitung