The performance was inspired by the fairy tale about three little pigs and the big bad wolf. But, has anyone wondered what this story would look like today? Everyone has the right to seek reparations in court and everyone has the right to defend themselves. In the performance, the three pigs and the wolf face each other in court, both sides of the trial have their own arguments and reasons for this situation. Who will live happily ever after this time?
The entire performance takes place during a trial in a fairy-tale land. Judge Owl has to settle a dispute in which the Wolf is accused by the Three Pigs of destroying their homes, his goal being their consumption. During the trial, other fairy-tale characters appear on the scene, such as Masha and the Bear as well as Little Red Riding Hood. Putting the story together one by one, it turns out that the Wolf’s bark is much worse than his bite, and the whole thing is one big misunderstanding about the Wolf’s difficult life situation. The performance makes reference to modern day political situations such as the migrant and refugee crisis taking place in Europe and tries to instill into the audience the ideas of tolerance and altruism in a funny way.
Cast:Agata Kołodziejska, Alina Koźluk, Barbara Banasiewicz, Danuta Kiliszek, Jadwiga Kubinowska – Lis, Maria Pyszel, Wiesława Rzymczyk, Zofia Michalewicz, Bronisława Filipczyk, Łucja Czarnacka, Jennifer Crissey
Director: Jennifer Crissey we współpracy z Danielem Jacewiczem
Musicians: Daniel Jacewicz, Oliwer Szałagan, Wojciech Rosiński, Piotr Śniegula
Guest Artists: Julia Kwietniak, Adam Rosiński
Premiere: kwiecień 2018