The Science Busters pay a visit to the Urania Puppet Theater. In the first week of June, the Science Explainers help Pezi out of a tight spot. From June 1st to 5th there are two performances a day.
The Science Busters have long been known for bringing the wide world of science so close to their viewers that even the little lights in the starry sky of mankind can understand it. But now they also dare to enter the premier class of the guild and take on the most difficult audience: children.
Pezi wants to surprise Kasperl
In the first week of June, the science troop headed by master of ceremonies Martin Puntigam is a guest at Pezi – in Vienna’s Urania puppet theater. There, Pezi is waiting for his life-human Kasperl, whom he wants to surprise with something special.
There are ten joint performances in total. School classes are invited to come to the Urania at 11:00 am from June 1st to 3rd. In the afternoon, at 3 p.m. or 5 p.m., the performance is then open to everyone. There are two performances on Saturday and Sunday, at 2:30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. The puppet theater is changing its age recommendation for visiting the Science Busters: the play is recommended for ages six and up.