Digital subscription in May
In May, we are offering a digital subscription in addition to the single tickets. With the subscription ticket you can watch the paid streamings on muenchner-kammerspiele.de in May with only one ticket. Excluded are the plays by Dance On “Lucinda Childs Works in Silence”, “Fitry”, “You should have seen me dancing waltz/Elephant” and “Anna Konjetzky. On Rage”.
Whether you want to watch the film series “Radikale Wirklichkeit”, the streaming premiere of “Touch”, “9/26 – Das Oktoberfestattentat”, “‘We Blacks Must Stick Together’ – A Rejoinder” or much more: Buy a subscription ticket and enjoy the May performances to the full!
You can find the subscription ticket on the play pages. If you have any questions or problems, please contact our colleagues at the box office: firstname.lastname@example.org
3.5. and 4.5. from 8:00 p.m.: “Radikale Wirklichkeit” film series
When the very normal order of the world systematically marginalises, declassifies, oppresses, discriminates against or even kills certain people, it is important to actively resist this normality. Committed films can make these contradictions visible and audible, they can complement collective narratives of the dominant society, intervene in the hegemonic historiography and establish a culture of memory that does justice to the postcolonial migration society.
The film series “Radical Reality” is dedicated to precisely such resistant voices and actors in Germany.
Selected and compiled by Tunay Önder.
MK: Campus 2 ” Wir Schwarzen müssen zusammenhalten” – Eine Erwiderung
We have to talk! MK: Campus is a discourse and action space for young adults between 20 and 30 years old at the Münchner Kammerspiele and in the city. From now on you can register for the current workshops in May! We are dealing with the topic ‘Colonialism and its effects today’ and would like to take up your perspectives. In different constellations we exchange ideas and offer a platform for mutual empowerment and the creation of new alliances.
Habibi Goethe – A performative-international discussion series
By and with the Goethe-Institut
Hosted by Julia Ley and Julia Hägele
In the first episode of Habibi Goethe, we travel from Munich to Caracas. We meet people who are drawn to places, but also people who have left their cities. In the interplay of conversation and artistic contributions, artists and cultural mediators of the Goethe-Institut will have their say.
The event took place on 28.4. and can be viewed here.
What is the City? Four city residencies in urban space from May 2021
Over the next year and a half, we will be offering four three-week research residencies to independent artists and groups to experiment with us at the intersection of theatre and city.
We congratulate the four selected artists and groups and looking forward to accompanying them in the realisation of their projects from May 2021 on: Çağlar Yiğitoğulları: 10 days rolling on the floor in the urban space of Munich; Gabi Blum, Patrick Gruban, Emanuel Mooner and Matthias Stadler: What is the City? Of urban scenes, spatial politics and subversive strategies; Louis Panizza, Jacqueline Reddington and Marie Schleef: To Give Away; Lena Grossmann: Public Bodies – A Mimetic Research
On our calendar you will find the dates of our streaming offers, follow-up talks, introductions and information about activities at the Habibi Kiosk on the Maximilianstreet.
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