NORWEGIAN PREMIER In a courtyard, three children build their exciting world: small boxes transform into wild animals and then become colliding race cars which then rise up into castles made of stone and steel.
Their home is a whole universe made out of cardboard boxes. But who gets to decide what they‘re going to play? Who plays with whom and who is allowed to be friends with each other?
This fun cooperation creates a sense of jealousy and exclusion amongst the three. But isn‘t playing together the best way to make
friends and settle conflicts?
Drama, acrobatics and object theatre playfully show that friendship needs attention, openness and solidarity.
A mask theatre piece for children ages 4 to 8
THEATRE FRAGILE bases its art of mask theatre on sensitve alertness, short pauses, active listening and close observation. Since 2006, the company has created mask theatre productions that deal with socially relevant issues for public, open spaces.
Their shows integrate dramatic and fine arts and documentary theatre through combining performance, walk-through art installations, documentary research and fictional narrative. After an on-site research and rehearsal period, the show is adapted to each performance location.