Musik & Theater

Das Dschungelbuch (in German)
by Agnes Palmisano and Helmut Stippich, based on The Jungle Book, by Rudyard Kipling

* abgespielt

In the jungle — as in school, or any other walk of life— all sorts of “wild animals” abound and interact. Some eat meat, and some eat plants. Some of them swim, and some of them fly. Some are huge, and some are tiny. We humans are often afraid of those who are different from us. We have preconceived ideas about them, and sometimes we clash. But Mowgli, the man-cub, learns something important in the jungle: no two people are the same.
Each of us is an individual.
Everyone is different. And that’s what we all have in common.
If we learn to love all the variety in the jungle, we can all be truly rich!
Leopoldschule is located in Vienna’s Second District. The school is rich in diversity, having some 130 children with a range of abilities, drawn from a total of 22 countries. Around half of them require additional teaching support. And they all come together on stage to perform “Das Dschungelbuch”.

Tickets: €10; Children and young people: €5
Children in class groups: €5. Free admission for accompanying adults.