The snow hare is terribly hot. As always at this time of year, he has changed his fur - from light summer brown to winter-thick white. It does this to protect itself from the cold and predators. But this year it is somehow far too warm. The lizard and the song thrush are also surprised. Is it really winter already? Then why isn't it snowing? The three animals decide to get to the bottom of the matter and set off in search of the lost snow. They get into all kinds of different weather conditions and survive many an adventure together. The inclusive children's dance piece "In Search of the Lost Snow" takes the audience on an atmospheric journey and tells the story of the consequences of global warming from an animal perspective. It is about friendship, courage and, last but not least, the beauty of being different. Duration: approx. 40 min. Language: German With translation into German sign language
Collaboration with thegutscompany
the guts company is a Dresden-based dance company founded in 2013. Its working practice is characterized by an open, interdisciplinary approach. In addition to stage pieces, the company realizes performative installations, site-specific productions and discourse formats. Most recently, their production "Macht#3 - Hoffnung" was shown at HELLERAU.
Artistic direction: Meike Schmitz, Romy Schwarzer Dance: Sophie Hauenherm, Luise Scholz, Romy Schwarzer Text: Meike Schmitz Stage: Jule Heidelbach Costume: Julia Pommer Music: Ludwig Bauer Video: Marlene Blumert Marlene Blumert Light: Falk Dittrich Performance Video: Lilly Mittländer Translation into German Sign Language and Outside Eye: Sabine Flohr, Daniela Krabbe Outside Eye: Johanna Roggan Theater pedagogical support: Nicole Dietz Documentation: Benjamin Schindler Graphics: Kolja Linowitzki Company Management & Production Management: Kati Thiel Production assistance: Rosina Zeus Distribution: Dirk Förster Social Media: Anne Lippert Financial management: Elke Rudolph
Supported by the Fonds Darstellende Künste with funds from the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and the Cultural Foundation of the Free State of Saxony. This measure is co-financed by tax funds on the basis of the budget approved by the Saxon State Parliament. Also funded by the State Capital Dresden - Office for Culture and Monument Protection.