Auf dem Bild: Iestyn Morris (Peter Pan), Daniel Kluge (John Darling), Esther Dierkes (Michael Darling), Irma Mihelic (Wendy)
Foto: A.T. Schaefer
Braving stormy winds and some turbulence, a second paper plane from Peter Pan (Daniel Keating-Roberts) found its way to my desk today.
J: What would a tie have to look like for you to wear it?
P: I hate wearing a tie! Ties are for business meetings and weddings!
But if I had to wear one, it would have to be a funny one or a musical one.
J: Do you know any tongue twisters?
P: Red lorry, yellow lorry … And because I grew up by the sea:
She sells sea shells on the sea shore,
The shells she sells are sea shells I’m sure,
For if she sells sea-shells on the sea shore,
Then I’m sure she sells seashore shells.
When I was little, I used to write poems, they were always very funny.
J: What’s your age in dog years?
P: I asked my dog, and he said he hadn’t been counting!
J: What do you do, when you are upset?
P: When I’m upset, I get really drunk, I watch StarWars to cheer myself up.
Johanna Danhauser (Dramaturgieassistentin) was delighted to find the message. She may be the worst at catching paper planes but she is thinking about a career as a tongue twister poet:
Peter Pan’s paper plane politely punches the pirate’s paper páfagaukur.