Magdeburg hieß früher Madagaskar
von Zoran Drvenkar
Magdeburg was once called Madagascar
2w/3m; for age of 6+, free for WP
When Frankie wants to go over to his best pal Lars, the mother sends him away in such a strange manner, that Frankie is immediately alarmed and decides to climb into the kid's room through the window. There he finds Lars with a black eye! Lars confesses that after a family fight "his mother's hand slipped." Of course Frankie would run away with Lars even to Madagascar but he knows that some problems should better be dealt with at the very bottom.
So he quickly throws six panties, six pair of socks, T-shirts, Comics and Cookies into his sports bag and moves in straight to Lars' place. That's very surprising for Lars' parents who now have to stop their domestic quarrel under the strict eyes of Frankie. Frankie is convinced that Lars' mother feels sorry and that her apology is honest. But sometimes that just isn't enough - sometimes you have to be at your best friend's guard until such a big injustice is repaid.
Zoran Drvenkar's child heroes remind us to the important things in life - friendship and loyalty, knight errantry, imagination and confidence. For this Frankie and Lars need in this play not much more than two rooms, a street (direction Madagascar), a few cookies and maybe a standing lamp that might be thrown over out of anguish from time to time... An intimate piece that in a warmhearted and humorous way tells the story of a great friendship!
Besetzung: 2 Dame(n) , 3 Herr(en)
Alter: empfohlen ab 8
Uraufführung: 21.03.2018, Grips Theater, Berlin
Preise und Auszeichnungen: Deutscher Kinderhörspielpreis 2015