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The Theater Chest

An interactive children's theater performance with a mix of magic elements, singing, theater play and dance. The performance moves the children into the fantasy world of August Greene. A magical strange world, slightly different from their own world. An important part is the input of the children, so that the performance never has the same end, but provides several routes to the end. But beware: A "wrong" choice leads to problems that may cause the Last Magic Sunbeam to disappear… or not? Book The Last Magical Sunbeam here.

The show:

August Greene is a theater maker and lives in his Theater box in the Vijf Mijl Kreupel in Driepoort. He has been instructed by the Magistraet of Wisdom and Magic to keep the Last Magical Sunbeam. This is located under a bell jar and a holder, separated from outside influences.

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The map of Three Gates

A Magical Sunbeam ensures that in the spring the landscape, the roofs, the mountains, everything you see becomes green again after a cold snowy winter. A very important magical object and important task for August. This Magical Sunbeam gets a place in his Theater Chest.

August would like to see and know more about this special ray. But when he takes a closer look and removes the bell jar, the Sunbeam slowly loses its Magic without August noticing… Will summers still be okay? Or are the summers in Driepoort lost forever?

August Greene is disturbed by the ghost of Duchess Hildegonda van Hillhoven or the Screaming Duchess. She mainly roams around Tavern the Screaming Duchess, which owes its name to the Duchess. Her screams and incoherent comments cause the Sunburst to lose power more quickly.

How is August going to solve this? Fortunately, with the help of the children, everything turns out all right and the Last Magical Sunbeam makes the whole room sparkle again.

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