Puss in Boots The well-known fairy tale told with feet
There once lived a miller who, upon his death, left his eldest son his mill and his middle son a donkey. All that’s left for his good-natured youngest son, Willibald, is Kasimir – a cuddly toy with boots. But this seemingly ordinary cuddly toy turns out to be a real rascal, who not only arranges for Willibald to befriend the greedy king, but also to win the princess’ heart. Achieving this, of course, involves a ploy, because why would a greedy king agree to offer his daughter to a miller’s son? Under Kasimir’s guidance, Willibald now has his hands – and feet – full disguising himself as a farmer, a forester, a gardener, and even as Count Willibald. But every count needs a castle! This castle exists, only it is inhabited by a great and evil wizard. Still, it doesn’t take long for Kasimir to outfox him – for cats are as crafty as they are cunning.
15:00 Uhr, Stadtsaal, Alfred Šramek-Saal right
Idea/scenography/performer: Anne Klinge
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