Program

14.09.

Democratic Playground


Elbers/ Zhukov/ Heidebrecht
Fr 14.09.2018 - 19:00 UhrTanztheater TICKET

How does democracy work? Is everyone really allowed to say everything? In this revival, an ensemble of young performers explores the possibilities of democratic action on stage and in daily life through live music, text and movement.

15.09.

Democratic Playground


Elbers/ Zhukov/ Heidebrecht
Sa 15.09.2018 - 19:00 UhrTanztheater TICKET

Wie geht eigentlich Demokratie? Darf wirklich jeder alles sagen? In dieser Wiederaufnahme untersucht ein Ensemble aus jungen Darsteller*innen die Möglichkeiten demokratischen Handelns auf der Bühne und im Alltag mit Live-Musik, Text und Bewegung.

16.09.
 

DIVA: CELEBRATING OUM KALTHOUM

Ariel Efraim Ashbel and friends featuring the NRWedding Orchestra for Middle Eastern Music with Ruth Rosenfeld
Su 16.09.2018 - 18:00 UhrKonzertperformance

Arab culture as a connecting element: a concert as an homage to the great Egyptian singer Oum Kalthoum by director Ariel Efraim Ashbel, accompanied by the NRWedding Orchestra for Middle Eastern Music specially assembled for this evening.

20.09.

Circle of Looks

Women in Situations of Departure and Arrival
Mithu Sanyal, Miriam Koch, Madhusree Dutta
Th 20.09.2018 - 19:00 UhrGesprächTICKET

Refugee women are more often “invisible” than refugee men. Does this also entail an opportunity? A discussion about power and the public sphere, and the role of art in this context.

21.09.
Fr 21.09.2018 - 11:00 UhrGespräch

This time we welcome the music theater group subbotnik – accomplished experts in and fans of Greek mythology. In their newest production, they talked about the world of gods and heroes as they bring the story of the embattled city of Troy to the stage.

21.09.

Save the Last Trance for Me

or: How My Aunt’s Tremor Saves Our Inner Cities
matthaei & konsorten
Fr 21.09.2018 - 20:00 UhrKonzertperformanceTICKET

Life is better when possessed: a musical trance between Western desire and Moroccan transformation arranged by director Lukas Matthaei together with sound artist Abdellah M. Hassak from Casablanca and the video and installation artist Yacine Sebti from Brussels.

22.09.

Save the Last Trance for Me

or: How My Aunt’s Tremor Saves Our Inner Cities
matthaei & konsorten
Sa 22.09.2018 - 20:00 UhrKonzertperformanceTICKET

Life is better when possessed: a musical trance between Western desire and Moroccan transformation arranged by director Lukas Matthaei together with sound artist Abdellah M. Hassak from Casablanca and the video and installation artist Yacine Sebti from Brussels.

25.09.
Tu 25.09.2018 - 20:30 UhrKonzertTICKET

A Tale of Two Cities: namely Würzburg and Nürnberg – the hometowns of this emo-pop trio. The ironic doomsday mood of their songs is perfectly suited to a joyful sprawl in organ, piano, bass and percussion soundscapes.

26.09.

Cuckoo

Jaha Koo
We 26.09.2018 - 20:00 UhrPerformanceTICKET

It’s not all Samsung and sunshine in South Korea. In dialog with a few rice cookers Jaha Koo ruminates over the competitiveness of South Korean society and its consequences.

27.09.

Cuckoo

Jaha Koo
Th 27.09.2018 - 20:00 UhrPerformanceTICKET

It’s not all Samsung and sunshine in South Korea. In dialog with a few rice cookers Jaha Koo ruminates over the competitiveness of South Korean society and its consequences. 

29.09.

100 Keyboards

Im Rahmen der Nippon Performance Nights
ASUNA
Sa 29.09.2018 - 20:00 UhrKonzertTICKET

Asuna’s live performances are an experience; textured soundscapes that blur the lines between art and music. Tokyo Art Beat   100 Keyboards really are 100 keyboards. Keyboards, keyboards, keyboards, a giant circle of keyboards. Keyboards in various sizes and colors.... View Article

30.09.

Städte. Kampf um Troja

(Cities. Battle of Troy)
subbotnik
Su 30.09.2018 - 18:00 UhrMusiktheater für alle ab 12 JahrenTICKET

The group subbotnik tackles the subject of “cities” by musically and theatrically focusing on the history of the legendary city of Troy – the city of deception. Who is allowed into the city and who isn’t?