Polly and her Parrots or Little Red Riding Hood revised
Polly Popinsky would be very lonely if she didn’t have her three parrots Paul, Pia, and Petra. Polly likes to read aloud, and the colorful birds happily chatter the words until they know them by heart.
One day, Polly gets the great offer to play the role of Little Red Riding Hood’s grandmother in a performance at the city theater. But it’s just too bad that she can’t remember the lines. What if she wore the costume and put one of her parrots in her pocket? A completely crazy idea, which causes all kinds of stress for the director and makes our little audience members cheer as the story goes on.
17:00 Uhr, Stadtsaal, Wilhelm Bernatzik-Saal
Puppeteer: Regina Wagner
Director/text: Therese Thomaschke
Parrots: Mechtild Nienaber
Stage/puppets: Ralf Wagner
Props: Ralf Wagner
Cosumes: Ira Storch-Hausmann
Photos: Klaus Zinnecker
Based on an idea of Elizabeth Shaw
Zitadelle Puppet Company Website