This feel-good musical was an invitation to free one's dancing shoes from dust and to start following one's dreams. The set of the musical combined successfully the open spaces of the amerian wild west and the inside area of a theatre. Even if it was a standing set, the props and the soundtrack made us believe, that we are in different locations. Most impressive was the skillset of the performers, which sang, danced, performed and played an instrument. Only the backdrop of the wild west scene could have been wider, because it did not cover all the backstage parts, which was a tiny bit distracting. The periodic costumes matched the characters and especially the resolut Polly (blue, long button-up dress/ d

elicate gown) and the marriage-seeking Iris (red neck-holder/ flowery A-line dress) were dressed appropriatly to their state of mind. The only question was: why did the hungarian impresario spoke german instead of hungarian?

Set and Costume Designer: Diego Pietarch

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