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MACBETH

BASED ON WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, BY AMIR REZA KOOHESTANI

Director: Amir Reza Koohestani

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DIE WIEDERHOLUNG – HISTOIRE(S) DU THÉÂTRE (I)

BY MILO RAU & INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF POLITICAL MURDER / FRENCH UND FLEMISH WITH GERMAN AND ENGLISH SURTITLES

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WARTESAAL

Based on the novel “Exil” by Lion Feuchtwanger

Director: Stefan Pucher

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DIE WIEDERHOLUNG – HISTOIRE(S) DU THÉÂTRE (I)

BY MILO RAU & INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF POLITICAL MURDER / FRENCH UND FLEMISH WITH GERMAN AND ENGLISH SURTITLES

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NO SEX

By Toshiki Okada

Director: Toshiki Okada

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DIE WIEDERHOLUNG – HISTOIRE(S) DU THÉÂTRE (I)

BY MILO RAU & INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF POLITICAL MURDER / FRENCH UND FLEMISH WITH GERMAN AND ENGLISH SURTITLES

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KILL THE AUDIENCE

BY RABIH MROUÉ

Director: Rabih Mroué

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Kinan Hmeidan in “Macbeth”

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#GENESIS / A STARTING POINT by Yael Ronen

MACBETH by Amir Reza Koohestani

DAS LEBEN DES VERNON SUBUTEX by Stefan Pucher

MELANCHOLIA by Felix Rothenhäusler


We Wish You a Merry Christmas

We're searching extras to take part in the upcoming production Kill the Audience. There is one rehearsal scheduled before the premiere (December 11, 2018, 6 pm to 9 pm). Participants ideally should attend all performances (Premiere December 12, additional performances December 13, 27, 28, 2018 as well as January 9, 11, 27, 28, 2019; all starting 8 pm, with more performances in the following months). An hour is needed every evening. The employment is remunerated accordingly. No language skills required. Please send a message to: statisterie@kammerspiele.de

“Viet Nam Discourse” is Peter Weiss’ politically agitational play in opposition to the Vietnam War. Its staging in 1968 at the Munich Kammerspiele was aimed directly at the audience: What does it mean to attend a political theatre show? Taking the demands of the play literally, at the end of the performance the actors collected money for the Vietcong. Fifty years after the conflict, Rabih Mroué explores the role of the audience on the same site – in the former workshop of the Kammerspiele. Kill the audience asks: can there still be an audience when theatre turns into the street? Does it disappear when the stage is used for open political debate?

CONCERT: DIE NERVEN

Now in presale

DIE NERVEN (“The Nerves”) is a German-speaking Post-Punk 3-piece with a penchant for gloom and nihilism. Founded as a noisy LoFi duo in 2010 in Esslingen, Germany. On April 20, 2018, they released highly anticipated new album entitled “Fake”.

On March 4, 2019 the band will perform at Kammer 1.

Tickets available here.

Mitschnitt und Entschuldigung

anlässlich der Veranstaltung „König &“ am 12. November 2018

Am 12. November 2018 fand in der Kammer 3 der Münchner Kammerspiele eine Diskussionsveranstaltung aus der Reihe „König &“ statt, in der Kasper König als Moderator angesichts des vehementen Rechtsrucks in unserer Gesellschaft mit den Künstler*innen Cana Bilir-Meier, Wilhelm Klotzek und Henrike Naumann zum Begriff „Heimat“ und seiner Tauglichkeit für die Kunstproduktion und den sie begleitenden ästhetisch-politischen Diskurs ins Gespräch kommen sollten. Dieser Versuch hat sein Ziel verfehlt. Hierzu trugen Äußerungen des Gastgebers bei, die als herabsetzend insbesondere gegenüber (Post-)Migrant*innen verstanden werden können. Kasper König hat sich bei der Künstlerin Cana Bilir-Meier entschuldigt. Matthias Lilienthal, als Intendant der Münchner Kammerspiele, entschuldigt sich dafür, dass in einer von ihm verantworteten Veranstaltung Formulierungen gewählt wurden, die sowohl Cana Bilir-Meier als auch (Post-)Migrant*innen in Deutschland beleidigt haben. Eine Diskussionsveranstaltung zum Thema ist in Planung.

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

Box office

Box office
Maximilianstraße 28, 80539 Munich
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

One hour prior to the beginning of the performances you can also buy tickets at the door. The respective box office for Kammer 1 is located at Maximiliansstraße 28, the box office for Kammer 2 and Kammer 3 at Falckenbergstraße 1.

Telephone sales office : 0049 (0)89 / 233 966 00
Fax: 089 / 233 966 05
E-mail: theaterkasse@kammerspiele.de


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