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Fabian Hinrichs

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TheatreMusic

ca. 60 min.

Fabian Hinrichs – recently seen on stage as the congenial performer with René Pollesch – is creating his own evening in the theater in HAU1. This musical tale, developed with musicians from Jakob Ilja’s circle (Element of Crime), raises all the questions that you asked when you were 15 and that you come back to when you are 40.

Production: Foreign Affairs / Berliner Festspiele. Coproduction: Hebbel am Ufer, Ringlokschuppen Mülheim, Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam, Le Maillon - Théâtre de Strasbourg and Kaserne Basel.

Cast

Mit:: Fabian Hinrichs / Mit:: Jakob Ilja (Gitarre), Nikko Weidemann (Tasten), Niels Lorenz (Bass), und Carolina Bigge (Schlagzeug) / Komposition:: Jakob Ilja / Kostüme:: Jelena Miletic / Konzeptionelle Mitarbeit / Raum:: Jürgen Lehmann

Dates

  • Past
    Wed 19.12.2012, 20:00 / HAU1
    Thu 20.12.2012, 20:00 / HAU1
    Sat 22.12.2012, 21:00 / HAU1
    Tue 14.5.2013, 20:00 / HAU1
    Wed 15.5.2013, 20:00 / HAU1

Location

HAU1
Stresemannstr. 29, 10963 Berlin

There are two marked parking spots in front of the building. Access to the Parkett by means of a separate entrance with lift when necessary. Barrier-free restroom facilities are available. Advance notification advised.

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