Supported by UNIQA · Raiffeisen Salzburg · Solway Investment Group
Anyone who can fold 1000 origami cranes is granted a wish by the Japanese gods. — 76 years ago, on 6 August 1945, the Americans dropped an atomic bomb on Japan. Sadako Sasaki, a girl living in Hiroshima, developed leukaemia following exposure to radiation. She folded cranes and desperately wished to overcome her disease. Letters, documents, images and eyewitness accounts have provided the inspiration for a gripping new work of music theatre.
jung & jede*r at school!
Music theatre based on a story by Sadako Sasaki
For all school performances tickets cost 10€ per student.
Performances for school classes at the Salzburg Museum:
Wed 5 May, 02:00 pm – CANCELED
Thu 6 May, 10:00 am – CANCELED
Fri 7 May, 10:00 am – CANCELED
Registration & Contact:
+43 662 620808-723