The Devil’s Three Gold Hairs

Adapted from the works of the Brothers Grimm
Live music by Schtärneföifi
Family play for children aged 6 and older

Direction Meret Matter / Text Stefanie Grob / Stage Design Sara Giancane / Costume and Wardrobe Eva Karobath / Sound Schtärneföifi / Music Sibylle Aeberli (Schtärneföifi) / Lyrics Boni Koller / Choreography Bea Nichele Wiggli
Cast Julian Anatol Schneider, Elisa Plüss, Ludwig Boettger, Julia Kreusch, Christian Baumbach, Sibylle Aeberli (Schtärneföifi), Boni Koller (Schtärneföifi), Adrian Fiechter (Schtärneföifi), Thomas Haldimann (Schtärneföifi)

Felix Julian Anatol Schneider
Prinzessin „Scha-Scha“ Elisa Plüss
König Ludwig Boettger
Stiefmutter, Rebellenführerin, Frau Teufel Julia Kreusch
Teufel, Hofmarschall, Rebell Christian Baumbach
Wahrsagerin, Teufels Grossmutter u.a. Sibylle Aeberli (Schtärneföifi)
Bandleader Teufelsband, Müller u.a. Boni Koller (Schtärneföifi)
Leibwache u.a. Adrian Fiechter (Schtärneföifi)
Fährmann u.a. Thomas Haldimann (Schtärneföifi)
Müllerin u.a. Gina Gurtner
Jäger, zweiter Diener u.a. Luc Müller
In weiteren Rollen Max Aeberli, Ilona Kannewurf, Maxie Matter, Amine Yacoubi
 
Direction Meret Matter
Text Stefanie Grob
Stage Design Sara Giancane
Costume and Wardrobe Eva Karobath
Sound Schtärneföifi
Music Sibylle Aeberli (Schtärneföifi)
Lyrics Boni Koller
Lighting Christoph Kunz
Choreography Bea Nichele Wiggli
Literary Manager Karolin Trachte
Assistant Director Sonja Streifinger
Assistant Stage Designer Marie Hartung
Assistant Costume Designer Selina Tholl
Prompter János Stefan Buchwardt
Stage Management Ralf Fuhrmann
Theatre Education Manuela Runge, Carola Berendts
It’s impossible to steal the Devil’s three gold hairs? Not for Felix, who was born with a caul. It’s predicted that one day he will be king. The current king is a wicked and cruel ruler. He makes a bet that he would outdo the devil in terms of wickedness. In an adaptation by Meret Matter and Stefanie Grob, and accompanied by live music performed by the band  Schtärneföifi, the fairy tale turns into an adventure story about whether the two children will be able to change the world by using their talent, self-confidence and courage. Following the success of “The Odyssee recounted for children”, it is Schtärneföifi’s second collaboration with director Meret Matter at the Pfauen.

Pfauen

  • Stadt Zurich
  • Swiss Re
  • Zürcher Kantonalbank
  • Migros