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I WANNA KNOW WHAT LOVE IS

New dates added for “Werther's Quest for Love”

In his letters, young Werther writes about the fears that visit him, granting us a peek at his world of emotions and dreams. He seems to be searching for a coherent identity and yet encounters normative expectations wherever he goes. He fights back and searches for alternative narratives of masculinity. Via live-streaming portals, he shows himself as he wants to be: undefined, multifaceted. In contrast to Goethe’s epistolary novel, modern day Werther is not a penfriend; instead, he sells his innermost core to the torrents and eddies of social media.

Tickets for additional performances are now available:

June 2, 9:15 pm
June 5, 9:15 pm

All about “Werther's Quest for Love” can be found here.

UNITE AND SHINE THIS SUNDAY

Glittering accessoires for May 19th's demonstration

Starting at noon on May 19th people in Berlin and many other German cities take part in the demonstration by THE MANY: UNITE & SHINE. “Glittering arts and culture demonstration. Solidarity over privilege. It’s about all of us. Freedom for the arts!”

As their first big event THE MANY in Munich will join the demonstration „Ein Europa für Alle. Deine Stimme gegen Nationalismus“ (One Europe for all. Your voice against nationalism.). Public spaces like Königsplatz and Odeonsplatz will be reclaimed and thereby rededicated with installations involving the trademark of THE MANY: The golden thermal blankets. The blankets are collected afterwards and get pressed into a golden bloc (collecting points will be at Odeonsplatz and in front of the Pinakotheken).

We offer golden foil for free:
  • You can cut off adequate pieces from a big roll daily (until saturday) from 11 am – 7 pm at Münchner Kammerspiele's box office (Maximilianstraße 28, 80539 München).
  • On Sunday accessoirs can be picked up at starting 11 am at Wittelsbacher Platz.
  • Throughout the demonstration, THE MANY will offer accessoirs and golden make-up.

WORKSHOP: Inclusive cultural institutions

realities of a diverse society

Inclusive cultural institutions – realities of a diverse society
Introductory workshop at the Münchner Kammerspiele
28.5, 12.30–17.00 and 29.5.2019, 09.00–15.30

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NEXT MEETING! SAVE THE FUTURE NOW!

we're searching for young participants

We are seeking for participants in the upcoming production “These Teens Will Save The Future” (working title). We're searching teenagers that get involved in political action – that show non-partisan dedication, e.g. for democracy, human rights, gender equality, visibility of disabled people, social justice und climate protection.

Join us for the creation of a theatre evening. Take a chance: transport your wishes, claims and your potential for change onto the stage.

production period
mid-June to end of July,
September 10 to 27
and performances in October


NEXT MEETING
on May 10, 2019, 3 - 6 pm

At the Dachkammer of Münchner Kammerspiele
Please register via email: zukunft@kammerspiele.de
information we need about you: name, age and place of residence.

Münchner Kammerspiele's Förderverein (friends association) chose Thomas Hauser for its 2019 newcomer award. Thomas Hauser has been part of the ensemble since the season 2015/16.

Congratulations!

SAVE THE FUTURE NOW!

we're searching for young participants

We are seeking for participants in the upcoming production
“These Teens Will Save The Future” (working title).
We're searching teenagers that get involved in political action – that show non-partisan dedication, e.g. for democracy, human rights, gender equality, visibility of disabled people, social justice und climate protection.

Join us for the creation of a theatre evening. Take a chance: transport your wishes, claims and your potential for change onto the stage.

production period
mid-June to end of July,
September 10 to 27
and performances in October

kick-off meeting
April 12, 2019 from 3 to 6 pm
At the Dachkammer of Münchner Kammerspiele
Please register via email: zukunft@kammerspiele.de
information we need about you: name, age and place of residence.

For the upcoming production “Melancholia” Münchner Kammerspiele are looking for an interpreter to support during the rehearsal process. The job is paid.

Required languages: German – arabic (Middle Eastern Dialekt) – English

April 29 – June 06 / approx. 6 – 8 hours a day, usually form 10 am – 18 pm

Contact:
Frau Krystel Khoury, Artistic Direction Open Border Ensemble
krystel.khoury@kammerspiele.de


The trophy will be awarded during this year's Theatertreffen at Berliner Festspiele. Named after the well-known Berlin theatre critic it honors an outstanding emerging new actor or actress in a production selected for Theatertreffen. This year, the awardee will be presented by actor Franz Rogowski. The annual award ceremony will be on May, 19th at Berliner Festspiele. Franz Rogowski used to be part of our Kammerspiele ensemble from 2015 - 2017 and still appears in many of our current productions.


CONGRATULATIONS

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO WALTER HESS

Happy 80th Birthday to Walter Hess

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