A middle-aged melancholic (an office worker by profession) receives a visit from the little King December II. King December is the very small king, and in his kingdom special rules apply: the older you get, the less you know, and the less you know, the more say you have. Together they explore the king’s room full of boxes of dreams, do everyday things and gaze at the stars. Everywhere, previously undiscovered things emerge. But does the little king really exist? Or is he just made up? Is reality only what you can see? And who has dreamt up who here? The curious encounter in Axel Hacke’s story poses questions about fantasy and reality, imagination and personal experience.
Music Matthias Schubert
Lighting Marco Scherle
3 November 2019, Saal
For everyone of 6 years and above
Lisa HrdinaLittle King December II.
Simon BrusisThe Man
Timon Fink, Fritz MüllerThe Child