A play about fear and more
The story of the little girl Angelique and her doll, Buttonface, a strange, roughly-made patchwork creature with buttons for
eyes, is a tale about fear and courage, truth and lies—and comes with a big dollop of magic.
In the colours and sounds of the fascinating city of New Orleans, Angelique finds outwhat it means to be afraid and how you can overcome fear. Her journey takes her all the way to the realm of the dead where she discovers that you don’t need magic to be brave and that there’s nothing wrong with owning up to being scared. A play to give you lovely shuddery feelings and help you laugh away your fear.
Für Muttersprachler ab 8 Jahren und Englischkurse ab Klasse 7
English version for native speakers from 8 years and English classes from Year 7.
|Director: Julia Lehn
Assistant Director & Drama Teacher: Nele Hoffmann
Writer: Benjamin Ting
Translator: Imogen Taylor
Linguistic Support: Isabell Armstrong-Cowell
Lightning: Frederik Freber
|Stage and Lightning Consultant: Nadja Klinge
Costume & Props: Anna Lehn
Actor: Björn Lehn
Music: Wolfgang Vetter
Duration: ca. 60 min