The Little Red Riding Hood – a street theater tale
Performs in- and outdoor. In a stationary or a mobile street version!
The Wolf has eaten granny and is now hunting little Red in an electric driven bed.
But who eats who, what and why, in the climate fight. A tale about greed, temptation and lust for life. Little Red and the Wolf is inspired by the contemporary value-clash of capitalism and climate-activism, consumerism and sustainability – as a fun and caring message of replacing greedy habits with a lust for life. A comical critique of society told in a strong physical and musical language.
A good review in Teateravisen
… there is speed across the field in a refreshingly bearded and quite sharp version of the old adventure… which has had a proper turn in the twisting machine.
Video teaser the stationary version:
Video teaser for the mobile version – “a driving streetact”:
CO produktion med Bora Bora.
Performance and workshops links to the UN’s 12 Sustainable Development Goals; Responsible consumption and production.
The April festival and we had a visit from TV2 öst – who made a good feature/report and we also got a wonderful response from the 0-2 classes at Absalonskolen, who experienced shudder and laughter and gave, among other things, these comments; “I think it was good and a bit strange”, “it’s about the climate”, “very exciting and fun”
“Teatret Beagle has a brand new play for the April Festival – a new interpretation of Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf, which also wags its tail at the meat-eating habits of the Danes.” Katja Højbjerg – TV2 ØST
We have played at the April Festival, Horsens Theater Festival, Street Cut -Næstved international street theater festival, Hjordkær School, Egå Gymnasium, at Kolding City/Kolding Municipality, Vigerslev Library, Charlotte Kvarteret – Kvarteret i Byen, Hedensted Library, Tørring Library, Lollands Municipality/Maribo etc. .etc
Actors: Liv Pflug/Ana Luiza Ulsig/Marika Rocca and Bjørn W. Olesen
Staging: Jacob Galtung-Melchior and the team.
Consultants: Katrine Faber and Jacob Galtung-Melchior
Sound design: Frederik Neumann
Video design on short teaser: Liv Højgaard. Video design on long teaser: Frederik Neumann and the team.
Supported by: Aarhus Municipality’s Cultural Development Fund,
Syddjurs Municipality – Kulturpool and
BUPL’s Solidarity and culture pool.