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Der Zinnsoldat und die Papiertänzerin

Roland Schimmelpfennig
Frei nach dem Märchen "Der standhafte Zinnsoldat" von Hans Christian Andersen
Zum letzten Mal
Tilman Tuppy, Lili Winderlich
© Marcella Ruiz Cruz

A birthday party means presents! And the old toys quickly lose their appeal – among them, the paper figure. The one-legged tin soldier is no use either. They are set aside, on the windowsill. For a while they hope that their young owner will pick them up again, but a gust of wind (or was it the jealous jack-in-the-box?) seals their fate. The soldier lands in the gutter and the paper ballerina is whirled high up into the air. Strange and perilous encounters await them both in the world outside the nursery. Wherever they end up, no one wants them – where they are wanted, on the other hand, they are enslaved or gobbled up. A magical coincidence brings them back together and everything seems to be turning out well – but in fact there’s worse to come. Only a miracle can help!


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