Classics with a brand-new rhythm: Sky-High Music is a cheerful and clever answer in music, songs and dance to the anxieties that are currently afflicting all of us in our everyday lives. Expectant with child, the princess discovers that her inattentive and entertaining environment seems like it will prove more of a hindrance than a help when it comes to performing her future maternal duties. Cool characters, surprising situations, sparkling linguistic humour, and exciting adventures both inside outside the palace. At the end, it even turns out that good music quality jokes really do strengthen our immune systems.
Staging this fabulous story by poet Anna Szabó T. that, tweaked for the current day with a fine sense, glitters with humour, is a truly super cast playing characters that may well turn out to be only too familiar figures from our classic fairy tale experiences. It's just that they behave a little bit differently: the pregnant, constantly cleaning princess and her rhyming husband, her royal father, who does nothing but dismissively wave off the crowd, and a constantly over-anxious and more than a... little ceremonious witch join forces with household pets who don't deny their fairy tale nature and the unborn heirs to the throne to create a true mess of a situation. And like any good fairy tale, it also comes with a message: that we must give each other love and attention, while freeing ourselves from anxiety. Engaged to direct children's theatre all over Hungary, Dániel Halasi will be staging this out-of-the-ordinary story, in which the popular hits of the younger generation are worked into a fairy tale that is both new and old at the same time, together with a wonderful cast of actors and singers. Taking joint responsibility for the music being performed live by the nine-person band are Lóci Csorba, frontman of Lóci, and violinist Izsák Farkas. Because sometimes even a princess can be allowed to rebel...
Age: 4-12 year
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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