This life story of a tragic hero forms the narrative backbone of this unique cinemascope experience, texts by Joey Wimplinger, spoken by Harald Krassnitzer, interwoven with the dramatic soundtrack by Peter Valentin.
Anyone who has ever witnessed this spectacle and shared the thrill, cheered and suffered with the title character will come back to experience an unforgettable show held on a 6 cubic kilometer high alpine scenery. The unbelievable happens right in front of the spectators' eyes. Initiator Ernst Lorenzi states: "Snow groomers become elephants, hundreds of skiers and paragliders illuminate the horizon and merge with Frank Lischka's spectacular light to create real immersion."
However, the overwhelming natural setting and everything that happens in it are closely linked to a story that recently captivated up to 8,000 viewers. A modern parable about striving for power, love, intrigues and world politics. Carefully choreographed, meticulously staged and perfectly organized by director Hubert Lepka, over 300 performers appear on a stage made of eternal ice and snow. Here the weather plays its own role, the mountain lifts provide transport and catering and the entire scenery promises a truly memorable experience.