Today from 6 pm: Zhang Mengqi: "Blue House" // Third Part of "MY DOCUMENTS | Share your screen" by Lola Arias

Dear audience,

The Münchner Kammerspiele will be closed until end of May. Please find further information with a click on the plus below.

Kammer 4

While the doors of our theatre must remain closed, the Münchner Kammerspiele show Live-Cam-Performances and internal recordings. Theatre at home.

On May 29 from 6 p.m. we will show "Blue House" by Zhang Mengqi.




“My Documents” is a program, created and curated by Lola Arias, in which artists from different backgrounds present lecture performances, based on personal research, a radical experience or a story that secretly obsesses them. In “Blue House”, the Chinese dancer and documentalist Zhang Mengqi shares her diary of the time she was locked in quarantine in Hubei province, as well as her art experiments in her father’s village. Over the past decade she has been part of the Memory Project, creating an archive of interviews with the older generation about their memories of the Great Chinese Famine and she built up a community space called Blue House where she does performances with kids inspired by these and other stories of the village.

Participation in the event takes place via the software Zoom by which the audience can see the performance live, make comments and exchange visions and insights afterwards. At the same time, the show can also be followed in the livestream.





Please find all further planned streams here.

News

The current programme in Kammer 4

The team around Matthias Lilienthal is bidding farewell to Munich at the end of the five-year directorship.

The first two premieres, originally planned for April, will take place on 15 June under conditions adapted to the Corona pandemic: The immersive installation "Oracle" by Susanne Kennedy and Markus Selg opens the doors in Kammer 2. In Kammer 3, the world premiere of "WUNDE R" by Enis Maci in a production by Felix Rothenhäusler will take place.

Since the stages of the Kammerspiele are only available to a limited extent, we are also using the city as a stage for another art project: we are using already booked poster spaces as a stage. Together with the agency Double Standards, which has shaped the appearance of the theatre over the past 5 years, the Kammerspiele have asked artists from its extended environment for motifs on the theme of "World without Art". The result will be on display throughout the city as a free open-air exhibition from 26 June. The poster motifs are designed by Amnesia Scanner, Cana Bilir-Meier, Double Standards, Gregor Hildebrandt, Anne Imhof, Elfriede Jelinek, Rabih Mroué, Henrike Naumann, Philippe Quesne, Milo Rau and Tobias Rehberger, among others.

Last but not least, a closing event with the entire ensemble and team is planned for 17 July in the Olympic Stadium. Save the date!

In the third episode of the Drama Kammer Thomas Hauser, Samouil Stoyanov and Anna Maria Sturm will read "Fegefeuer in Ingolstadt" with you on


Tuesday, 26 May, 5 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.

Wednesday, 27 May, 5 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.

Thursday, 28 May, 5 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.


Please sign in under kammer4you@kammerspiele.de

We are looking forward to you!

“My Documents” is a program, created and curated by Lola Arias, in which artists from different backgrounds present lecture performances, based on personal research, a radical experience or a story that secretly obsesses them. In “Doing It”, the Portuguese actor and director Pedro Penim confesses a secret passion that takes him very far across the sea of the internet. An innocent and obscure addiction that he never revealed before. He brings the spectators into the mind of someone who is constantly seeking and makes us think about our own obsessions. What do we do in secret on our computers when no one sees us?

Participation in the event takes place via the software Zoom by which the audience can see the performance live, make comments and exchange visions and insights afterwards. At the same time, the show can also be followed in the livestream.


Please find all the Performances here.

Addresses

Münchner Kammerspiele
Kammer 1/2/3
Falckenbergstraße 2
80539 Munich
Phone: 0049 (0)89 / 233 371 00

Kammer 1 (Schauspielhaus)
Maximilianstraße 26-28

Kammer 2 (Spielhalle)
Falckenbergstraße 1

Kammer 3 (Werkraum)
Hildegardstraße 1

Postal address
Münchner Kammerspiele
POB 10 10 38
80084 Munich

IMPORTANT NOTICE: ROAD WORKS NEAR MÜNCHNER KAMMERSPIELE
Due to construction work on Maximilianstraße trams 19 and 21 will be out of service (starting March 25th until the end of June) between Stachus (Nord) and Max-Weber-Platz. No rail replacement service is provided. The car park at Hochbrückenstraße remains accessible during road works.

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