March 20


Le nozze di Figaro
Opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Text by Lorenzo Da Ponte after the comedy La folle journée our Le mariage de Figaro

by Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais
World premiere Vienna 1786
In Italian with German surtitles


Premiere: March 21, 2020, Theater Erfurt, grand theatre at 7.30 p.m.

Conductor: Samuel Bächli
Director: Martina Veh
Stage design: Momme Hinrichs (fettFIlm)

Video: fettFilm (Momme Hinrichs & Torge Moller)
Costumes: Momme Hinrichs / Hank Irwin Kittel

Duration 3 h
One Interval
Age recommendation from 14 years
 
Mozart's Commedia per musica permeades the characters and situations with his music. Between extraordinary confusions, we experience a world beneath the skin of the characters: between pent-up needs, humiliation, rebellion and triumph, lovers become hunters and are whirled with disillusions by their own fears and lies. "We all live between desire and fulfillment, between what we want and what we allow us to want, between who we are and who we would love to be," says director Martina Veh. "I'd like to take a look through the crack in a door into a dressing room, a "boudoir", where underwear still might be lying on the floor, sheets are still warm from bodies and a towel might have been forgotten under a bed or sofa."

where: Theater Erfurt, Germany, grand Theatre

when: Premiere: March 21rst 2020 at 7.30 p.m.
further performances: not yet official

tickets online: link of the theatre

May 2019

Don Giovanni
by W.A.Mozart
sung in Italian with German titles

Theater Lübeck, Main Auditorium, Germany
Premiere:  May 10th 2019


link  to trailer

 

Conductor: Kommissarischer GMD Andreas Wolf
Director: Martina Veh

Dramaturg: Dr. Katharina Kost-Tolmein


Set Designer: Momme Hinrichs (fettFilm)

Video: FettFilm (Torge Moller & Momme Hinrichs)
Costume Designer: Julia Berndt

Lighting Designer: Kevon Sock

Directors Assistant: Effi Mendez, Tom Jaspers van Hujikelom

 

Choir of Theater Lübeck, Choir-Master: Jan-Michael Krüger
Philharmonisches Orchester Hansestadt Lübeck

 

Don Giovanni: Johan Hyunbong Choi
Donna Anna: Evmorfia Metaxaki
Don Ottavio: Alexander James Edwards
Komtur: Szymon Chojnacki
Donna Elvira: Wioletta Hebrowska
Leporello: Taras Konoshchenko / Steffen Kubach
Masetto: Mario Klein
Zerlina: Andrea Stadel / Claire Austin

 

"All the ways you wish you could be, that's me.
I look like you wanna look, I fuck like you wanna fuck,
I am smart, capable, and most importantly,
I am free in all the ways that you are not."


"It's only after we've lost everything
that we're free to do anything."

Fight Club, David Fincher

 

copyright picture: fettFilm

where: Theater Lübeck,
Beckergrube 16, 23552 Lübeck, Germany

when: Premiere: Ma y 10th 2019
further performances:
May 19th at 4 p.m. and May 31st at 7.30 p.m.
June 2nd at 7.30 p.m. and June 20th at 7.30 p.m.
Revival for next season 2019/20: Oct. 25th, Nov. 9th/23rd, Dec. 19th 2019 and Jan 9th, Feb. 15th 2020 at 7.30 p.m.
tickets online: link to website
tickets fon: +49 451 399600
fax:  +49 451 7088-222
E-mail: kasse@theaterluebeck.de

 

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July 2019

 

ANDIAMO (part 1)
[ ahn-dyah-maw ]
[ ɑnˈdyɑ mɔ ]

Interjection Italian.
Let's go; Hurry up.


Premiere: Wednesday 03-07 21:00 Theater de Leeuw Leeuwensteinplein 1 Arnhem


In the foggy universe of an abandoned swimming pool…
a man in swimming trunks is sitting on the edge of a pool. We never see his face, just his
back. And there’s a pierrot. ‘Come on!’ The man doesn’t respond... Any which way he can
conceive, in various attempts and identities, the pierrot tries to persuade the man to move.
A dance of a devil. ‘Andiamo!’

 
Can a performer’s voice, without using any words, express something that

everyone worldwide immediately understands, feels and appeals to?

Inspired by Erwin Olaf's Berlin and Mozart's Don Giovanni,

we are making a short vocal, musical and visual research-performance.

 

Concept, music, composition, scenography & performance: Tom Jaspers

Performer: Tim Schouten

Coaches: Martina Veh (final direction) Michiel Bijmans (voice & composition)
Caterina Amarante Pavan (costume)

Ben van Bueren (music) & Clare Dowling (production)

 

Thanks to musicians from Philharmonisches Orchester der Hansestadt Lübeck:
Masao Fukuda (oboe)

Waldo Ceunen (flute)

Sigrid Strehler (cello)

Adrian Pavlov (harpsi-chord)

 

Image: Bella Donna Nag / Made possible by Smink Schilders, Daan Wieman, Jeroen de Man,

Caroline Idema & Torge Møller (Fettfilm)
Ort: Theater de Leeuw Leeuwensteinplein 1, Arnhem, Niederlande
Datum Premiere: Wednesday 03-07 21:00,
Weitere Vorstellung: Thursday 04-07 21:00
Dauer: +/- 35 min. / Language no problem
Karten: reserveren.artez.nl/conservatorium
 
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March 2019

 

"Im Narrenland"

(jester's country)

 

mobile Music-Theatre-Performance about diversity and extremism

by John Taha Karem and Stephan Lanius

duration: about 60 min.

 

Premiere: March 28th 2019, 8.30pm, Teamtheater Salon Munich                                                        

 

 

Taha Karem tells us  - acompanied by Stephan Lanius - about his
own experiences in Germany, based on selected narratives
by Mullah Nasreddin - an historical oriental jester.

 

Taha met with neo-Nazis, members of PEGIDA and other

people of different extreme political orientations.
He has bravely exchanged with them amazing conversations.
Taha wants to fight stuck thinking and open up space for something new.
He has dealt with these questions for 25 years.

 

He fled from Kurdistan to Germany in 1993 and ever since he has been

standing between his own and the German culture.

 

Mullah Nasreddin is a legendary figure of oriental tradition.
With his winking short stories he breaks traditional thinking patterns

and rigid prejudices.


Taha Karem - Daf, Narrator
Stephan Lanius - Performance, Double Bass
Shadi Hlal - Viola
Nadja Fiebiger - Coaching
Martina Veh - Director
Konzept, Idee - AsylArt e.V.

 


This production then tours in the social facilities (schools, prisons,

schools for special needs, community spaces) of Munich and the surrounding area.

 

With the kind support of the cultural department of the

state capital Munich and the GLS Treuhand e.v.

Ort: Teamtheater Salon, am Einlass 4, 80469 München
Datum Premiere: Do. 28. März 2019  20.30 Uhr
Weitere Vorstellungen: Fr. 29. März 20.30 Uhr

Karten: Wegen begrenzter Platzzahl Reservierung erwünscht
Telefon: +49 89 260 66 36 (AB) Eintritt frei, Spenden willkommen

 

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October 2018

 

La Boheme by Giacomo Puccini

Sung in Italian with German titles,

Premiere for the opening of the season 2018/19 for

Mainfranken Theater Würzburg , October 13th 2018.

 

 

Conductor: GMD Enrico Calesso  

Director: Martina Veh

Set Designer: Emilie Delanne

Costume Designer: Magali Gerberon

Lighting Designer: Roger Vanoni

Dramaturg: Berthold Warnecke

 

Philharmonic Orchestera Würzburg, Operachorus (Chorus master: Anton Tremmel) and extras of the Mainfranken Theatre

 

With: Silke Evers, Daniel Fiolka, Tobias Germeshausen, Mathew Habib, David Hieronimi, Roberto Ortiz, Kosma Ranuer, Igor Tsarkov, Akiho Tsujii, Taiyu Uchiyama

 

 

 

"Life is what happens to you

while you're waiting

for your ship to come in."

Uma Thurman in "Mad Dog and Glory"

 

a painful fresh look at the subject

 

 

 

 

where: Mainfranken Theater Würzburg, Theaterstr. 21, 97070 Würzburg, Germany
when: Premiere: October 13th 2018, 7.30 p.m., introduction at the Foyer, 30 min. before
further performances: 3 pm: Oct. 21rst 2018, 6 pm: Dec.19th 2018, 7.30 pm: Oct. 26th/28th, Nov. 4rth/9th/17th, Dec.5th 23rd/25th 2018 and Jan. 10th/12th Feb. 5th./27th 2019
tickets: Theaterkasse, fon: 0931/3908-124, fax: 0931/3908-104
E-mail: karten@mainfrankentheater.de
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October 2017 to January 2018

 

Award winning production: "OPERA OF THE YEAR 2017" Main-Post 

press review

 

Così fan tutte, ossia La scuola degli amanti by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Sung in Italian with German titles, Premiere for the opening of the season 2017/18 for

Mainfranken Theater Würzburg, October 7th 2017 7.30 p.m. link to theatre


Philharmonic Orchestra Würzburg, Opernchorus of the Mainfranken Theatre

 

Conductor: GMD Enrico Calesso  

Director: Martina Veh

Dramaturg: Berthold Warnecke

Set/Video Designer: fettFilm (Momme Hinrichs, Torge Moller)

Costume Designer: Christl Wein

Lighting Designer: Roger Vanoni 

Drawings (for video) Designer : Freddy Engel

Chorus master: Anton Tremmel

 

© fotocollage: Christl Wein 

 

With: Silke Evers, Marzia Marzo, Akiho Tsujii, Roberto Ortiz, Daniel Fiolka, Taiyu Uchiama

 

The philosopher Don Alfonso ran out of money and starts a casual bet with two young men: Alfonso wagers that all women are unfaithful, hence their girlfriends Fiordiligi and Dorabella if put to a test. The lovers are entirely sure of themselves. But what begins as a harmless game of disguise, suddenly ends at the altar for the new couples! But cruelty is inherent in this game of love and chance. None of the characters emerges unscathed from this game.

 

Composed in the year 1789, premiered in January 1790, Così fan tutte marks a significant historical turning point. Così fan tutte was Mozart’s third and final collaboration with the librettist Lorenzo da Ponte in the final year year of government of Habsburg’s Emperor Joseph II, by whom the opera was commissioned. It is also the first stage work of Mozart's after the French Revolution, whose political impact reached the Vienna’s Imperial Court with some delay and was subject of lively discussions in the Imperial House at the time. Cosi’s reception has always been complex. The opera was variously considered immoral, unfinished, cruel or simply odd since its 1790 premiere.

where: Mainfranken Theater Würzburg, Theaterstr. 21, 97070 Würzburg, Germany
when: Premiere: October 7th 2017, 7.30 p.m. further performances, regularly at 7.30 p.m.: 
October: 12th/22nd(3p.m.) /24rth/29th,
November: 3rd/11th/17th/25th,
December: 9th/13th/21rst/26th,
January: 2018: 13th/17th/27th
tickets: Theaterkasse, fon: 0931/3908-124, fax: 0931/3908-104
E-mail: karten@mainfrankentheater.de
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February 2017 to March 2018

 

Jo Wá 

how to live!?                    

Mobile Music-Theatre-Preformance by John Awofade Olugbenga and Stephan Lanius

Premiere: Feb. 23rd 2017, 8.30pm, Teamtheater Salon Munich                                                        

duration: 55 min.

John Awofade Olugbenga: Actor, Percussion,
Stephan Lanius:  Performance, Double Bass,
Ebun Bamijoko Okungbaye: Coaching   
Martina Veh: Director

 

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The musician John Awofade Olugbenga from Nigeria is telling us about life in his nigreian community. Stephan Lanius confronts these stories with well known fables and fairy tales from Greek Classical Antiquity and European ways of thinking.


This production then tours in the social facilities (schools, prisons, schools for special needs, community spaces) of Munich and the surrounding area.

 

With the kind support of the cultural department of the state capital Munich and the GLS Treuhand e.v.

Premiere: Feb. 23rd 2017 at 8.30 pmTeamtheatre Salon Munich, Germany and 24. Feb. at 8.30 pm
this piece has been performed about 36 times until March 2019!
further performances:

29. Oktober 2017 Kleines Theater Haar! 19.00 Uhr, Casinostraße 75 85540 Haar

18. November 2017
Neues Kulturzentrum im Hasenbergl 20.00h
Stadtteilkultur 2411 e.V. Blodigstraße 4, 3. Stock
80933 München

24. Februar 2018
Kulturtage Riem, Bürgerforum Messestadt e.V. 20.00h
Erika-Cremer-Str. 8   81829 München

17. März 2018
Markuskirche München
19.30h mit Donas Elo- Band

Do. 22. März 19.30h 2018
Mohrvilla
Internationale Wochen gegen Rassismus
Situlistraße 75 in 80939 München

Fr. 23. März 19.30h 2018
Haus International e.V./Rochuskapelle,
Orbankai 3-4 in 84028 Landshut

tickets: free - donations welcome - reservation - phone: 0049- 89 - 260 66 36 (Answering Machine)
June/December 2017


The Raven by Toshio Hosokawa (*1955),Text by Edgar Allan Poe/
and the GERMAN PREMIERE of Heart Sutra by Christian Jost (*1963)
Text by Joyce Chiou after a shortstory by Zhang Ailing
two chamber- operas in English

Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern, Germany, Werkstattbühne in Cooperation with
Théâtre National de Luxembourg (December 7th/10th )

Premiere in Kaiserslautern: June 18th  2017 at 8 p.m.

Premiere in Luxembourg: 7th December
 

Conductor & musical study with members of the Orchestra: Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern: Johannes Witt

Conductor with United Instruments of Lucilin in Luxembourg: Jonathan Kaell
Director: Martina Veh
Set&Costume Designer: Christl Wein

Lighting Designer: Harald Zidek
Painter on stage: Freddy Engel

© fotos Heieck


with:

Polina Artsis (Mezzosoprano: Mother in Heart Sutra/The Raven),

Peter Floch (Tenor: Boy Friend in Heart Sutra),

Aoife Gibney (Soprano: Daughter in Heart Sutra),

Monika Hügel/ Therese Vincent (Soprano: Girl Friend in Heart Sutra)


Two contemporary chamber operas are in many ways located between Asia and the western world: The Japanese composer Toshio Hosokawa (*1955) choosed the poem „The Raven“ of Edgar Allan Poe to create a mono-Opera for Mezzosoprano and 12 Players, (worldpremirere 2012 in Brussels). He found in the supject of the poem analogies to the japanese Nō-Theater. The story is about a mysterious night,  in which a man meets in his study room unexpectetly a raven, who becomes the medium to get into contact with his deceased lover.

The German composer Christian Jost (*1963) travelled since the 90s often to China and worked there with different Chinese orchestras. He was deep in contact with the Chinese musical tradition, when he and his librettist choosed a shortstory and the poem „The Love of a Falling Leaf“ by the famous chinese writer Zhang Ailing, for the chamber opera „Heart Sutra“, commissioned by the Taiwan International Festival (worldpremiere in Taiwan 2012). The action of "Heart Sutra" leads to the Shanghai of the 1930s and tells a mysterious love story between four people with surprising correspondences.

 

„In the autumn sun
on the cement ground
they sleep quietly together
the leaf and its love.“ (Zhang Ailing)

__________________________________________
„And the raven, never flitting,
still is sitting, still is sitting
On the pallid bust of Pallas
just above my chamber door“ (Edgar Allan Poe)

where: Théâtre National de Luxembourg: December 7th/10th 2017 and         Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern, Werkstattbühne Premiere: June 18th 2017, 8 p.m.
other performances: June 23rd/30th and July 2nd/4rth/6th2017
tickets: +49 631 3675 209 oder vorverkauf@pfalztheater.bv-pfalz.de

 

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September 2017


PAINTING MEETS MUSIK
Exhibition.


Exhibition of works, painted during the performances and rehearsals of  "THE RAVEN" at Fruchthalle Kaiserslautern. Vernissage on September 29th at 6: 00.p.m.


The large-format pictures by Freddy Engel were created as a major part of the Chamber Opera"The Raven" by Japanese composer Toshio Hosokawa. The famous poem by Edgar Allan Poe was put on stage by the director Martina Veh at the Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern (Premiere June 18th  2017)
The works were produced in interaction between the artist and actor Freddy Engel, who acted on stage together with Mezzosoprano Polina Artsis in June/July at Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern.

 

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©   Freddy Engel

Exhibition

 

Where: Fruchthalle Kaiserslautern, Germany

When:  Vernissage: September 29th 2017

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October to December 2016

“unconventional and experimental” BR Klassic


ULISSE
by Claudio Monteverdi, musical version by Martina Veh and Joachim Tschiedel at
Lager West, Prinzregententheater München (ulisse on facebook)


Premiere: Oktober 17th 2016 at 8p.m.

Conductor/Organ: Joachim Tschiedel


Orchestra: Accademia di Monaco extra:

Franziska Dolling (Flutes), Maria Fitzgerald (Harpsicord), Dorothea Kügler (Hammered Dulcimer), Franz Anton Peter (Hammered Dulcimer), Prof. Birgit Stolzenburg (Hammered Dulcimer), Anna Zimre (Viola da Gamba)

Director & Set Designer: Martina Veh
Choreographer: Toni Gruber
Costumes: Christl Wein-Engel
Lighing Designer: Benjamin Schmidt
©  fotos: Jean-Marc Turmes

Stage Manager, Assistant Director: Marie Philine Pippert, Clara Tolle
Costume Assistant: Annika Österreich

Technical Production Manager: Stefan Wintersberger
Stage Master: Andreas Böhm, Markus Flossmann
Video Editor: Raphaela Andrade

Production Manager: Alexandra Zöllner

With
Pia Buchert (Penelope), Jaeil Kim (Eurimaco), Jessica-Veronique Miller (Penelope), Julia Moorman (Melanto), Bavo Orroi (Telemaco), Andromahi Raptis (Iro), Stefan Sbonnik (Ulisse), Clara Corinna Scheurle (Penelope), Irakli Atanelishvili (Nettuno) und Andreas Böhm (Worker)

© copyright of the musical version: Martina Veh & Joachim Tschiedel

Duration:  90 minutes, no interval


At the harbour. Waiting women. Ulisse had gone to war with his warriors --a war that was not of his business. Penelope, his wife, is still waiting him for 20 years. She and her son Telemaco, who never met his father, are just two of the many deserted. The story of Ulisses‘ difficult homecoming begins.


With an extensive and breathtaking arrangement, the Director Martina Veh and the Conductor Joachim Tschiedel, they bring Monteverdi’s Ulisse in a new guise on stage.

Theaterakademie August Everding and University for Music and Theatre Munich with the Masterclass of Opera.

Where: Lager West Prinzregententheater München, Germany
When: Premiere: October 17th 2016 at 8 p.m.
Further performances: Oct:19th/21rst, Nov: 23rd/29th, Dec: 1rst 2016, 8 p.m.

Entrance: Akademietheater
Intorduction with Anna Raisich at 8 p.m.

Tickets: € 15 / € 8

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March 2016


“Opera can be at the height of the time with such ease”

Roland H. Dippel dnn/Kulturnews


Gutenberg
Worldpremiere: Opera by Volker David Kirchner in one Act (9 Scenes)
Text by the composer
Sung in German
In cooperation with Thüringer Bachweeks
Theater Erfurt, Premiere: March 24th 2016
 

Philharmonisches Orchester Erfurt

Conductor: Samuel Bächli
Director: Martina Veh
 
Dramaturg: Berthold Warnecke
Set & Costume Design: Christl Wein-Engel, fettFilm (Torge Möller, Momme Hinrichs)
© foto 1: screenshot: fettFilm, © foto 2-5: Lutz Edelhoff

 

with:

First part:

Sopran: Daniela Gerstenmeyer

Mezzosopran: Katja Bildt

Bass: Gregor Loebel

Opera Chorus Theater Erfurt

 

second part:

Gutenberg: Siyabulela Ntlale

Steven Jobs: Mark Pohl (actor)

Schwester (Nonne), Die Neuberin, Die Haushälterin: Katja Bildt

Knabe: Cornelius Joseph/Chiara Grenzdörfer

Probst, Geselle Ruprecht, 1. Bürger: Julian Freibott

Anführer: Reinhard Becker

Wirt, Henrici, 2. Bürger: Gregor Loebel

Solo-Sopran: Daniela Gerstenmeyer

Drizehn, verwundeter Mann: Won Whi Choi

Becher, Hausdiener, Emissär: Nils Stäfe

 

Opea Chorus Theater Erfurt

 
For his whole life Johannes Gutenberg was an unswerving fighter in the daily struggle with church and nobility. Until today, Gutenberg’s most significant invention is still relevant: he invented the book printing with movable type. With his vision Gutenberg fundamentally revolutionized the concepts of knowledge and power of his time! And in what world do we live now, 500 years later? The digital age, with it’s “limitless” possibilities, has brought the analog age to an end, has left the Gutenberg Galaxy behind (?) It has made the world to a village, expanded our horizons into the endless and an unprecedented treasure of human creativity and caused a new anleashed dimension of creative process and vision. 


Consequently the Opera leads us from the limited daily life experiences of the historical character Gutenberg into our present world. We end up with an “Epilog in heaven”, where Gutenberg, in his historical real life called “Gensfleisch” (Goosemeet), meets Apple founder and Internet guru Steve Jobs to reflect time, human existence and the meaning of knowledge…


Born in 1942 in Mainz, Volker David Kirchner remains among the leading contemporary composers for more than four decades. He is one of the forerunners and companions of the avant-garde of the last third in the 20th century, but his musical expressions never deny the tradition: “Think forward and  be aware of your roots. Tradition is the filter into the future.” (Kirchner) Kirchner searches in “Gutenberg” again the struggle with a visionary and contradictory personality of the European late middle ages, as he did in his last work “Savonarola” premiered 2011 in Kiel.


The world premiere of Kirchner's Opera at the THEATER ERFURT is complemented by music of Johann Sebastian Bach in a first part of the evening - an homage and collage by Martina Veh and Gunnar Geisse (electronical composer) to the Digital World and Steve Jobs.


Where: Theater Erfurt, Gorkistr. 1, 99084 Erfurt, Germany
When: Premiere: March 24rth 2016, 7.30 p.m. Grand Theatre                                            Further performances: April: 3rd (3 p.m.)/ 4rth (8.30 p.m.)/17th (3 p.m.)/ 22nd 7.30 p.m. May: 8th 2016 at 6p.m.                                                                                                    Tickets: from 23,- €                                                                                                       Contact: fon:+49 361 2233 155, e-mail: vorverkauf@theater-erfurt.de

 

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February to November 2016
 
L’INCORONAZIONE DI POPPEA
Claudio Monterverdi

Conductor: Hans Huyssen
Ensemble così facciamo

Director: Martina Veh
Set & Costume Designer: Nikolaus Maier
Assistant director: Christine Schmidle
© foto: Hermann Posch
 
with
Poppea: Stephanie Krug (Soprano)
Nerone: Christian Sturm (Tenor)
Ottone: Christopher Robson (Countertenor)
Ottavia: Martina Koppelstetter (Mezzosoprano)
Drusilla: Monika Lichtenegger (Soprano)
Seneca: Joel Frederiksen (Bass)
Arnalto:: Carsten Fuhrmann (Tenor)

 An erotic political thriller (1642)

The love of your life is everything, but never harmless.
Nero, tyrant of a world Empire, Poppea, his mistress.
Political violence, adultery, commanded suicide.
How do you expect it to end?
What ist the real motivation in life?
TB or Not TB! Appearance and reality
are reflected in the light of different perspectives,
that lie like a cloak over the abyss.  (M. Veh)

 

Theater Schweinfurt, Germany

When: Premiere: February 4rth 2016 7.30p.m

 

Theater Minden, Germany

When: March 7th/8th 2016 at 8 p.m.

 

Cuvilliés-Theater München, Germany

When: April 13th/15th/16th/17th April 2016 at 8 p.m.

 

Lindenhalle Ehingen, Germany

When: Oktober 26th 2016 at 8 p.m.

 

Theater Aschaffenburg, Germany

When: Oktober 28th 2016 at 8 p.m.

 

Lessingtheater Wolfenbüttel, Germany

When: Oktober 30th 2016 at 4 p.m.

 

Theater Winterthur, Swizzerland

When: November 23rd/24rth/25th at 8 p.m.

 

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Ort: Théâtre National de Luxembourg: 7./10. Dezember 2017,
Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern, Werkstattbühne
Premiere: So 18. Juni 2017, 20 Uhr
Weitere Vorstellungen: 23./30. Juni und 2./4./6. Juli 2017
Karten unter: +49 631 3675 209 oder vorverkauf@pfalztheater.bv-pfalz.de

 

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