Licca Line

eine Lange Fahrt ins sagenhafte Damasia

Open-air theater

The RuethenFestspiel 2012 and 2015

Awarded with the Ellinor Holland Art Prize 2012

Documentation Licca Line

Documentary Licca Line

An open-air theater with 40 young people on stilts and 70 youthful musicians.
“Licca Line – a Long Ride to the Fabulous Damasia”!

Licca Line - A long ride to the legendary Damasia | Trailer

The open-air theater “Licca Line” is a long ride on the “Long Ride”, the raft slide that the rafters once traveled. 40 youthful actors on stilts and more than 70 young people as musicians transform the main square into the long ago sunken place “Damasia”.

The audience is in the middle of it all when seven youthful rafters search for the way back to Landsberg. This hero’s journey leads through the legendary world of the Lechrain. There the heroes have to prove themselves when they encounter the Truden, Hojemännle or the man without a head. The theater “Die Stelzer” has developed an open-air theater with impressive pictures and the magic of theater on stilts together with the young people.

Licca Line – A long journey to the legendary Damasia

An event of the Ruethenfestverein Landsberg e.V. on the occasion of the 850th anniversary of the city of Landsberg am Lech.

Venue: Main square in Landsberg am Lech

Direction and production: Die Stelzer – Theater auf Stelzen
Idea and concept: Wolfgang Hauck, Peter Pruchniewitz
Director: Peter Pruchniewitz
Production management: Wolfgang Hauck
Music: Municipal Singing and Music School Landsberg
Musical direction: Lothar Kirsch
Composition: Richard Waldmüller
Costume design: Cinzia Fossati
Text: Karla Schönebeck, Peter Pruchniewitz, Wolfgang Hauck, Anne Tysiak Participants: 40 young people between the ages of nine and 18, professional actors, musicians and choir of the Landsberg Municipal Singing and Music School.
Trailer, documentary and camera: Felix Remter, editing Miriam Hornung