Theater Gustavs Schwestern (CH)
MÄÄÄH! Ein Schafskrimi
One more sleep and then it’s the big Sheep Day: the annual Sheep Olympics! A very special flock has a particularly good chance of winning all the prizes. But suddenly the ram is gone! And then the beautiful sheep! One animal after the other mysteriously disappears. The flock becomes smaller and smaller, the fear greater and greater. It doesn’t help, the theatre sheep and the trainer sheep have to take over the case. But who is the culprit? Did the wolf take their comrades? Or the butcher? Was it a sheep thief who kidnapped their flock mates to New Zealand? The two sheep detectives go all out to track down the crime. And even the shepherd dog with the blocked nose outgrows himself. After all, it’s not just the lives of their woolly friends that are at stake, but also their participation in the big Sheep Day!
For their new production, Theater Gustavs Schwestern, who have already thrilled young festival audiences several times, have teamed up with spoken word author Simon Chen and animator Tine Beutel. And for those who aren’t afraid of monsters, the Swiss puppeteer duo has also brought their production „Der Tag, an dem Louis gefressen wurde“ (The Day Louis was eaten).