Theater: The girl with the sulfur sticks
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The girl freezes. It's New Year's Eve, and she's looking into the people inside their cozy homes with good food and beautiful clothes and ready to celebrate the New Year. She has to sell her matches so she can go home, too. But no one wants to buy, and she sits down, so freezes deep and decides to light only one of the matches to get the heat back.
The Girl with the Sulfur Sticks is one of HC Andersen's best-known fairy tales and was published in 1848. The Roman School of Music Theater has crafted this beautiful Christmas story and made it their own. It is still sad and beautiful, but there has also been room for humor, fine songs and music in this children's performance.
Suitable for children from five years.