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    Minouche Petrusch, Peter Maus, Florian Bergmann

  • A little piece of heaven © 2016, Eike Walkenhorst

    Minouche Petrusch, Florian Bergmann

  • A little piece of heaven © 2016, Eike Walkenhorst

    Minouche Petrusch, Florian Bergmann

  • A little piece of heaven © 2016, Eike Walkenhorst

    Minouche Petrusch, Peter Maus, Florian Bergmann

  • A little piece of heaven © 2016, Eike Walkenhorst

    Minouche Petrusch, Peter Maus, Florian Bergmann

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    Minouche Petrusch, Peter Maus, Florian Bergmann

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A little piece of heaven

Ania Michaelis / Nuria Nunez Hierro
Sat 19.03.2016 / 16:00 h / 16,00 - 8,00 € / Family Performance, Premiere, World premiere

Musical theatre for children aged 2 and over, by Ania Michaelis and Nuria Nunez Hierro
World premiere in the Tischlerei of the Deutsche Oper Berlin on 19th March 2016

Cast

Stage Director

Ania Michaelis

Set design, Costume design

Martina Schulle

Dramaturge

Dorothea Hartmann

Project management Theater o.N.

Dagmar Domrös
Doreen Markert

Tenor

Peter Maus

Saxophon / Clarinet

Florian Bergmann

The Concert Programme

Em and Eff are doing great. They’ve prepared everything for their special day. Then Pe, the bird, comes and gets entangled in their world. Maybe he came from far away. He’s disruptive. He’s fascinating. And he can sing. Then there’s a fight. Only when each of the three reveals something about themselves can they open their eyes – to one another. Maybe they can start something new. Maybe even a friendship.

A LITTLE PIECE OF HEAVEN is a work of musical theatre for children aged 2+, an age when they are developing feelings such as empathy and pity. The work is about the unexpected joy that comes from opening up to others, caring for them and helping them. It portrays the happiness of friendship and the pain that is inherent to love. With great musical deftness director Ania Michaelis conveys all this in the vivid, poetic language of the theatre. For years she has been developing theatre projects for very young audiences. Since 2011 she has been Director of Acting and Puppetry at the theater junge generation Dresden. Before that she was Artistic Director of Theater o.N. in Berlin, with which she has now co-produced A LITTLE PIECE OF HEAVEN.

A collaboration with Theater o.N.Kindly supported by Aventis Foundation