Shine Moon, shine!
A show for children with live music
based on Theodor Storm’s The little Havermann
Shine Moon, Shine!
A warm summer evening, the covers are too hot, and there… a mosquito! It’s not even really nighttime yet. Who wants to go to bed anyway? Not little Haverman. Another story please, a song and, most importantly, a jaunt round the room with the bed. Up the walls, over the ceiling and down the other side. What’? You don’t ride round the room on your bed? But Haverman does. Together with dear old Moon, he goes on a journey of discovery through the town, the forest and finally up into the starry sky.
A magical theater experience about a spritely nighttime journey. With gentle and fun live music, enchanting pictures and a cheeky little Haverman who just doesn’t want to go to bed.
The town is asleep
Rachel Pattison, Richard Krutzsch
01.03.2020, BKA Theater, Berlin
Ikarus Prize winner Richard Krutzsch works as an actor, puppeteer and director. He completed his acting studies at the Michael Tschechow Studio Berlin. Since then he has performed in various ensembles, including the Landestheater Altenburg/Gera and Theater des Westens. When he is not on stage himself, he works passionately with young people in various theatre projects throughout Germany.
Rachel started making puppets at the age of 18. Since then, she has worked with this art form in many different ways. She completed her puppetry studies at the “Hochschule Ernst Busch” in Berlin. In 2019, she founded the Flying Fox Theatre together with Richard Krutzsch. Born in Australia, she likes to combine the visual and fantastic theatre style of her home country with the linguistic-poetic world of German theatre.
Puppeteer, actress, artist, storyteller, make-up artist, project manager and director – Nora Raetsch works in countless areas of cultural work. A graduate of the Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts, she brings with her over 20 years of theatre experience. She is currently working with, among others, Theater Nadi, Offene Kunstverein Potsdam, T-Werk and Red Dog Theater. Recent examples of her mask craft can be seen at the Sandmann exhibition at the Potsdam Film Museum.
Jeanette has been working as a freelance lighting and sound designer since 2002. She also works in the field of music and youth work. She has a degree in “Music Education in Social Work”, BA, Hoffbauer Music Academy. She has made a name for herself in Berlin and abroad as a singer/songwriter and performs live on stage in various children’s and youth theatre productions in Berlin and Brandenburg.
Markus Schabbing, born in 1989 in Ahaus, completed his training at the Joop van den Ende Academy for Acting, Dance and Singing in Hamburg from 2009 to 2012. Immediately afterwards he appeared at the Landestheater Schleswig-Holstein and took part in the production “Wir sind nochmal davon gekommen” at the Thalia Theater. This was followed by an engagement at the Theater des Westens in the German „Gefährten”.