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Therefore, this piece does not tell a concise story, but rather sketches a journey through different landscapes, in which every spectator, regardless of age, can discover different things and stories. Together the creative ensemble placed great value on sensual perception in this production: with specially recorded sounds from the city and nature (some of which are adapted to the respective guest performance location), with abstract stage objects that enable surprising appearances and changing sceneries, with magical light effects and a choreography that is oriented towards both Western dance theatre and slapstick traditions and Far Eastern object theatre influences.

For Polymer DMT, this piece was also meant to build a bridge between Germany (and Western Europe) and Taiwan (and East Asia), a very joyful experience to see the similarities of the audiences’ reactions in both countries, demonstrating once more that basic things like laughter, curiosity, world perception and the magic of theater work almost the same in very different cultures.