The Steadfast Tin Soldier

based on the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen | adapted for the stage by Tomas Mielentz
puppet theatre for 6 year olds and older | duration: 40 minutes
Director: Tomas Mielentz
Stage design, costumes and puppets: Nadine Wottke
Music and sound: Philipp Hiemann
Choreographic advice: Stefan Kirmse
Make-up: Nadine Wottke
Internship: Antonia Fohmann
Cast: Melissa Stock (Student of Contemporary Puppetry at the "Ernst Busch" Academy of Dramatic Arts), Karoline Vogel

The wonderful world of living toys

An old kiosk full of wondrous things is home to twenty-five toy soldiers looking exactly like each other. Only the last one is different. He is missing a leg. But he is just as steadfast and brave as his brothers. He falls in love with the enchanting little toy-dancer who, just like him, stands on just one leg. But there is someone interfering. Or was it a gust of wind that blew the brave tin soldier off the window sill and down into the street? An exciting odyssey begins: the tin soldier rides through the gutter in a paper boat, meets a water rat and is swallowed by a fish. Will he ever see his beloved dancer again?

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