Dahnyabad euch allen

Das war es wohl: wir sind wieder zuhause angekommen. In Europa. Nach einer halben Weltreise und vollgepackten fünf Wochen. Wir wollen uns bei all den lieben Menschen bedanken die unsere Reise ermöglicht haben. Ganz besonders unseren Sponsoren die uns finanziell unter...

Dhanyabad for now (English)

Well that’s it. We’ve traveled half way across the world, and now we’re back home. Thanks to all the people who made the tour possible, especially all the generous and kind sponsors who supported the project financially. You know who you are. Big...

Until next time

The morning of our last show dawned. Monday the 20th. World Children’s Theatre Day. There wasn’t much time to think about it: after an early start to the day, our next workshop in Shilpee began. This time our aim was to have the actors understand the clown...

Village life (Deutsch)

Heute haben wir den Blog sowohl auf Englisch wie auf Deutsch gepostet. Viel Spaß! Es gab kein Zeichen, kein zerbrochener Spiegel oder schwarzer Kater, der uns auf den Tag vorbereitet hätte, den wir erleben sollen. Im Film gibt es ja immer so eine schräge Musik, die...

Village life (English version)

Early in the morning we searched for a tea house along the road, then waited close to an hour for our guide. He’d found us two villages to play in. The first he said was an hour away, yet turned out to be in walking distance from our hotel. It was situated down...

About the show

About the show. I’ve never described it, so better late than never! Anita Fricker comes on stage first, as bright green clown called Samosa. She tries her best to play a melody on her Serpent until she’s interrupted by Yubaraj, in yellow, named Sukha. They...