Norbert Fatnoggin is the terror of everybody. He drives away all the animals from the African savannah.
“It is best to perceive all others as enemies, that way you won´t be disappointed” – is Norbert´s philosophy.
Only one little bird dares to stay, the red-billed ox pecker, Charles Clingfoot. Charles advises the rhinoceros to erect a monument in memory of himself, as is the custom among all great rulers. Enthusiastic about the idea Norbert Fatnoggin decides to be his own memorial.
Day in and day out Norbert stands immovable on his plinth until one stormy day he falls out of his shell emaciated and haggard. Lightning lights up the sky, and in a flash Norbert sees something he has never seen before: On the rock plinth stands his worst enemy.
Squealing the little, naked Norbert flees – like the other animals did – in order to find a place, where he can be left in peace – by himself.
Soon all the other animals return. They leave the shell as a deterrent to future generations.
- CAST Peter Seligmann
- WRITER Michael Ende
- THE PERFORMANCE IS CREATED BY
Hans Rønne, Erik Hovby, Indra Lorentzen og Peter Seligmann
- SET DESIGNER Poul Fly Plejdrup
- AUDIENCE teater2tusind bring along benches for maximum 80 children
- AGE GROUP 7 – 12 years
- LENGHT 50 min.
- AUDITORIUM can be performed almost anywhere
- BLACKOUT not necessary
- FURTHER INFORMATION please contact teater2tusind