Der Nachmittag der Maulwürfe
What do moles do in theater? Life, music, art and lots of fun!
Spotting moles isn’t so easy. Of course there are books about them and everyone knows that if you’re standing on a field with lots of molehills, you’re also standing above moles. But what do they actually do all day except make molehills? Do they fight and love? Do they like parties? Do they have a band? Paint pictures? And are they sad when one dies, happy when one is born? The answers to these questions can be found in the play AFTERNOON OF THE MOLES, which director Philippe Quesne made especially for young people. On a large theater stage, a big mole-world is built in which seven moles do whatever seems fun. In the theater, who cares if it’s actors in mole costumes or real, giant moles: Seeing the play is as much fun as watching TV or going to the zoo, and even parents won’t get bored.