Here, Reynard, an Apron!
Ancient tales of Reynard the Fox are in some ways the cornerstones of being Estonian – they were read and told to our mothers and fathers, grandmothers and grandfathers, great-grandmothers and great-grandfathers. These tales were in our collective memory even before they were written down; we have told, depicted, sung, danced and played them for a very, very long time. This is why these tales are not only OLD, but ANCIENT. And each generation of Estonians has interpreted the tales in their own way. A prankster fox has at some point turned into a godfather (of landlords and their friends, as Rein was a name born by Germans at the time). But how to catch these tales and share them with children in our time – for despite their old age, the tales are still a bit wild – come and see at the show.
- The Somersault No matter how upside down things are – we can always make them bounce the other way round. For the whole family, starting from age 5. Ferdinand Hall
- Topsy-Turvy Nothing is the right way, not even upside down. For ages 7+ Ferdinand Hall
- Eveline and Me A fantasy production for school children (ages 7+). Premiering on April 30, 2022. 1 h 15 min | Ferdinand Hall
- Every Brilliant Thing A young person must suddenly cope with a situation where their mother can no longer see a way to go on with her life. Small Hall