Shock-Headed Peter – An Educational Cocktail
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Who has not heard of shock-headed Peter and his anarchic compatriots? How to deal with the little monsters? This hair-raising icon of German living room education is object of both love and hate. Senior citizen theatre SeTa performs the titular hero and his contemporaries – such as Soup-Kaspar, Fidgety Philipp or Flying Robert – as well as the contentious topic of family life as a brutish trash musical. With performers who can still remember their childhoods very vividly.
But: Not suitable for children!
Regie und Textfassung: Kathrin Sievers. Komposition und Bühnenmusik: Jonatan Fidus Blomeier. Bühne: Karolina Wyderka. Kostüme: Janin Lang. Choreografie: Marcus Grolle. Foto: Bozica Babic
Gefördert durch das Kulturamt der Landeshauptstadt Düsseldorf, das Ministerium für Kultur und Wissenschaft des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen, die BürgerStiftung Düsseldorf, die Stadtsparkasse Düsseldorf und die Stadtwerke Düsseldorf.
Founded by Ernest Martin and Wolfgang Caspar in 1989, Düsseldorf-based Seniorentheater in der Altstadt SeTa e.V.can already look back on more than 25 years of artistic commitment. Under professional guidance, SeTa produces a new staging at the FFT annually. It has also guested in Paris, London und Berlin. Their production version of Peer Gyntwon them the Amarena Amateur Theatre Award in 2018. www.seta-duesseldorf.de
Kathrin Sievers has been working as a freelance director since 1999, realising numerous theatre productions with professional as well as amateur ensembles. Her work stations include Schauspiel Essen, Schauspielhaus Bochum, Theater Konstanz and the National School of Drama in New Delhi, and she was the in-house director at theatre Wuppertal and the English-Theatre-Company Essen. She is the leading director at Münster’s Wolfgang Borchert Theater and for the SeTa Düsseldorf. She regularly works at Theater Duisburg.