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Theater Titanick & Fanfare Le S.N.O.B.
FIREBIRDS
Author: Theater Titanick
Artistic director: Uwe Köhler
Workshops: Clair Howells
Production manager: Hanna Weiss
Tour manager: Sarah-Jane Reed
Composition & Music: Gundolf Nandico, Fanfare Le S.N.O.B.
Set design and stage technicians: André Böhme, Elias Macke, Markus Geng, Stephan Keusch, Michael Quadflieg, Jan Rieve, Stefan Sonntag, Stephan Östrovsky, Christian Hofmann
Technical director: Hubert Hogrebe
Costumes: Tanja Schulte, Dunja Kopi
Light design: Johannes Sundrup, Andreas Liedl
Sound design: Louis Altrogge, Ingo Koch
Pyrotechnics / Special effects: Maik Winkelmann, Robert Schiller, Lisa Schiller-Witzmann, Friederike Keil
Fanfare Le S.N.O.B. (Niort / Franţa): Christine Bournazel, Bruno Boyer, Valentin Chabot, Antoine Fournier, Christophe Journaud, Stéphane Mazart, Didier Rivière, Ludovic Rivière, Olivier Rivière
Cast: Kascha Borgmann, Michael Hain, Thomas Kuhnert, Matthias Stein, Georg Lennarz, Rahel Valdiviéso

The dream of flying is celebrated in a parade through the city centre that electrifies the audience. The six daredevil pilots and their flying machines, accompanied by the ground crew (a group of local amateur actors) and the French music group "Fanfare Le S.N.O.B.", take part in a flying competition. The pilots try to win the favor of the audience as they go. Which of them has the most beautiful flying machine? Who will be the first to rise into the air? On their way, the pilots also meet obstacles such as the black angel who is master of the air space. All the pioneers fail at their flight attempts in a spectacular way apart from one who manages to make the dream of flying come true.

With the support of: Ministerium für Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen; Stadt Münster; Stadt Leipzig; Kunststiftung NRW.

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