Rozamunda is a young unproven witch at only 900 years of age. She’s not really comfortable with magic yet, especially cooking magic, and her friend Kitty the Cat used to be just a normal house cat before Rozamunda turned her into an oversized ball of fluff with a magic trick gone awry. Kitty always saves Rozamunda before her own hasty decisions, and never misses the opportunity to make fun of her on counts of her obsession with beauty, a healthy diet, healthy lifestyle and cleanliness.
One day, Rozamunda notices that her creek is no longer crystal clear; it smells weird and is of a ghastly green colour. And that’s not the end of it. A morning look in the mirror reveals that her face is covered with bright-red dots. If not for measles or allergy, what else could have turned our little miss from a beauty into a beast? Abracadabra, toe of frog, the magic mirror has the answer. “A thick, awful ooze is flowing from the pipe directly into the creek. It leads all the way to the plant and shows us who will is making our planet go all nasty. They’re secretly filling the barrels with forbidden pesticides.”
Rozamunda finds herself facing an impossible task. How is she supposed to save the world when the magic ball is to be used only in the most dire and urgent circumstances? And besides, only true sorceresses are capable of such supreme magic, while she is just an ordinary tiny witch …
For children 3 and up. Runtime: 45 minutes.
- Cast: Damjana Golavšek, Mirjam Gravnar
- Screenplay adaptation and direction by: Alenka Vidrih
- Lyrics and songs: Damjana Kenda Hussu
- Music: Karel Novak
- Costume design: Alan Hranitelj
- Magic props: Janez Jošovc
- Stage design, production: Društvo Muzikalček