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Updated: July 4, 2012 08:40 IST

When death knocks at one’s door

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TOUCHING: A scene from 'Ente, Tod Und Tuple'. Photo: By Arrangement
The Hindu TOUCHING: A scene from 'Ente, Tod Und Tuple'. Photo: By Arrangement

Beautifully woven around the theme of friendship, the story leaves a clear message about what life has to offer.

What would one do if Grim Reaper, the black-cloaked, scythe-wielding personification of death, knocks at one’s door? Will there be time to escape or would one muster up the courage to fight?

Ask Director Jorg Lehmann who will bring alive the story of the Duck, who comes face-to-face with the Death, through their puppet play — Ente, Tod Und Tulpe (Duck, Death And Tulip) on July 28. Inspired by the children’s picture book Ente, Tod Und Tulpe, written by Wolf Erlbruch, the play talks about a Duck who welcomes Death, first for a peck of food and then to play.

Beautifully woven around the theme of friendship, the story leaves a clear message about what life has to offer. The show by Gothe Zentrum will be staged at Co-Bank Towers Hall, near Mascot Hotel, at 7 p.m. on July 28. For passes contact Goethe-Zentrum on 0471-301 3018.

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