Tuesday, 11/12/2024
at 10:00 AM

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One egg cannot fly, do you believe that? Just wait and see.

"´Rawums´, that sounds like something falling to the ground: a chair maybe or a sack. In fact, here we go on a journey into the wonderland of gravity: from feather-light to plump-heavy. The children sit on a large cuddly carpet and watch what happens on the all-around open stage. (…) Can an egg fly? "Maybe later," says the stage woman, probably referring to the white paper bird she later takes out of the box to let it soar high in the sky with a balloon. The paper chair, the paper house, the paper woman, and the paper man can fly." (Wiesbadener Tagblatt)

"Florschütz and Döhnert weave images and language into an unexcited, extremely aesthetic performance that gives children time to watch, listen, think along, and understand." (Oberhessische Presse)

Duration: approx. 30 minutes for very young children aged 2 to 5 years.

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