Two peace researchers from the Universe set off once again to visit the Earth to get an idea of the progress made towards peace. It’s a delicate mission, but luckily, in meeting a girl called Viola, they discover that despite resistance peace continues to grow on Earth. The idea of the Peace Circle is born of creativity, enthusiasm and the deep need to overcome injurious structures, so that a joyous life can unfold for each individual and the community as a whole.
The show is cheerful and deeply touching with lots of music and movement. It’s a play that triggers the courage and joy to achieve peace!
Rather than abstract theory and morality, the EUKITEA theatre group focuses on creative approaches to "building peace in the everyday environment" using practical tools and tips that are both suitable for and directly applicable to young people. These are effectively supported by the power of storytelling via theatre and incorporated into exciting story lines, where in addition to the theme’s intensity, both cheerfulness and humour also have their place. No moral finger pointing occurs, but rather the courage to adopt both a clear attitude and message that facilitates peace.
The play is part of our ‘Autumn Theme’. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War on 11 November 2018 and the ongoing conflict situations in Germany and the world, we look at what options may exist for dealing with armed conflicts and what perspectives are needed to ensure new beginnings and resulting peace.
The DKB FOUNDATION is giving away three performances of the play to school classes. Especially recommended is the play for Years 5 to 7. Schools across Germany can participate in the raffle, until the deadline on the 09.11.2018. Which school should "Five Little Pieces for Peace" visit? Write an e-mail to email@example.com. The draw takes place on the 11.11.2018. Winners will be selected at random and then notified in writing. The judges’ decision is final. All collected data will be used exclusively for the purpose of the competition and for no other purpose. The participants have at any time the right to obtain information about their data, its correction or deletion. Further information about the ‘Autumn Theme’ can be found here. Further information on data protection can be found here.