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He is a musical jack of all trades, and has won a medley of prizes. “I am a seismometer of all society and my needle writes the songs.” What’s on offer: a criminal folk-music show. A musical foray through thirty years of musical misdeeds with Georg Ringsgwandl as the main suspect.
In cooperation with Eulenspiegel Concerts.
Presented byBayern 2
by William Shakespeare
Director: Christopher Rüping
He was only 17 when he turned his back to the world. He started reading books and withdrawing from his friends, he changed his eating habits and began to provoke the women in his surrounding. Eventually he blamed his parents and all the other grown-ups for the degeneration of a world that could only be saved by its own destruction. He made this his personal task. – In these or in similar words Hamlet’s story could be told if it happened today. Uncompromising and calculating – this is how Hamlet prepares his holy war. If man is not good enough, man has to go. If there is no hope left in this world, the world must go.
Starting in the season 2016/17, Christopher Rüping is an in-house director at the Kammerspiele. He presents his interpretation of “Hamlet” – Shakespeare’s work about a young radical, too intelligent to fall prey to desperation while his cold anger gives way to destruction – in Kammer 2.
BASED ON A FAIRY-TALE BY E.T.A. HOFFMANN
Director: Wiebke Puls
In a supposedly enlightened world, magic ensures that the changeling Zaches appears beautiful and talented. He becomes aware of his gift and uses it to secure his position in society. The third year of the Otto Falkenberg School acts and investigates: What is the essence of the drama? Which forms of expression are at the actors’ disposal? What contribution can actors make in our complex and disparate world?
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In “Rima Kamel”, Rabih Mroué traces the early career of the Lebanese
singer Rima Khcheich. Khcheich – and inseparably connected with her,
the child singer Rima Kamel – enter a dialogue and embark on a journey
into her past, all the way back to childhood and an archive of memories,
as well as collected and hidden objects. These are linked to the
question of her origins and the hopes that were once pinned on Rima
Kamel, the child singer. With reference to the individual history of a
single person, Mroué shows how biographies are always marked by the
cultural and political situation of a country. Intertwined with the
history of Lebanon, which is a society between modernity and tradition,
Rima Khcheich turns to the singer Rima Kamel to explore forgetting and
memory and to reveal the burdens of the past, which extend into the
In co-production with Ashkal Alwan Beirut, HAU Hebbel am Ufer Berlin and Künstlerhaus Mousonturm Frankfurt am Main.
Thank you for inviting “Wut”
“Wut” by Elfriede Jelinek (director: Nicolas Stemann) got invited to the Mülheimer Theatertage NRW. The festival will happen from May 13 to June 3, 2017.
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