Nov
29
11:00 AM11:00

Der Zauberer von Oz

After Pinocchio and The Snow Queen, Pierangelo Valtinoni’s The Wizard of Oz marks the third time that a work by this Italian composer graces the stage of the Komische Oper Berlin – with orchestral music ranging from jazz to grand opera, children’s choir ensembles and truly fairytale-like “magic moments”!

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Dec
6
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Dec
13
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Dec
16
11:00 AM11:00

Der Zauberer von Oz

After Pinocchio and The Snow Queen, Pierangelo Valtinoni’s The Wizard of Oz marks the third time that a work by this Italian composer graces the stage of the Komische Oper Berlin – with orchestral music ranging from jazz to grand opera, children’s choir ensembles and truly fairytale-like “magic moments”!

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Dec
19
11:00 AM11:00

Der Zauberer von Oz

After Pinocchio and The Snow Queen, Pierangelo Valtinoni’s The Wizard of Oz marks the third time that a work by this Italian composer graces the stage of the Komische Oper Berlin – with orchestral music ranging from jazz to grand opera, children’s choir ensembles and truly fairytale-like “magic moments”!

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Dec
22
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Dec
23
11:00 AM11:00

Der Zauberer von Oz

After Pinocchio and The Snow Queen, Pierangelo Valtinoni’s The Wizard of Oz marks the third time that a work by this Italian composer graces the stage of the Komische Oper Berlin – with orchestral music ranging from jazz to grand opera, children’s choir ensembles and truly fairytale-like “magic moments”!

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Dec
27
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Jan
4
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Jan
11
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Jan
20
7:00 PM19:00

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Feb
20
7:30 PM19:30

Die Zauberflöte in Perth, Australia

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Feb
21
7:30 PM19:30

Die Zauberflöte in Perth, Australia

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Feb
22
7:30 PM19:30

Die Zauberflöte in Perth, Australia

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Feb
23
1:30 PM13:30

Die Zauberflöte in Perth, Australia

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Feb
23
7:30 PM19:30

Die Zauberflöte in Perth, Australia

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Mar
2
1:00 PM13:00

Die Zauberflöte in Adelaide, Australia

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Mar
2
7:00 PM19:00

Die Zauberflöte in Adelaide, Australia

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Mar
3
1:00 PM13:00

Die Zauberflöte in Adelaide, Australia

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Mar
3
7:00 PM19:00

Die Zauberflöte in Adelaide, Australia

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

Die Zauberflöte in Auckland, New Zealand

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Mar
9
7:00 PM19:00

Die Zauberflöte in Auckland, New Zealand

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Mar
10
1:00 PM13:00

Die Zauberflöte in Auckland, New Zealand

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Mar
10
7:00 PM19:00

Die Zauberflöte in Auckland, New Zealand

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
21
7:00 PM19:00

L'enfant et les Sortilèges

Following the breath-taking success of the Magic Flute, which has set out from Berlin to take the whole world by storm, the British theatre group »1927« is returning to the Komische Oper Berlin – with two works which seem almost to have been written for the absolutely boundless imaginations of these image-conjurers and their astonishing combination of animation and live performances by actors...

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May
6
7:30 PM19:30

L'enfant et les Sortilèges

Following the breath-taking success of the Magic Flute, which has set out from Berlin to take the whole world by storm, the British theatre group »1927« is returning to the Komische Oper Berlin – with two works which seem almost to have been written for the absolutely boundless imaginations of these image-conjurers and their astonishing combination of animation and live performances by actors...

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May
25
7:30 PM19:30

L'enfant et les Sortilèges

Following the breath-taking success of the Magic Flute, which has set out from Berlin to take the whole world by storm, the British theatre group »1927« is returning to the Komische Oper Berlin – with two works which seem almost to have been written for the absolutely boundless imaginations of these image-conjurers and their astonishing combination of animation and live performances by actors...

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Jun
11
7:30 PM19:30

L'enfant et les Sortilèges

Following the breath-taking success of the Magic Flute, which has set out from Berlin to take the whole world by storm, the British theatre group »1927« is returning to the Komische Oper Berlin – with two works which seem almost to have been written for the absolutely boundless imaginations of these image-conjurers and their astonishing combination of animation and live performances by actors...

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Jun
17
7:30 PM19:30

L'enfant et les Sortilèges

Following the breath-taking success of the Magic Flute, which has set out from Berlin to take the whole world by storm, the British theatre group »1927« is returning to the Komische Oper Berlin – with two works which seem almost to have been written for the absolutely boundless imaginations of these image-conjurers and their astonishing combination of animation and live performances by actors...

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Jun
20
7:30 PM19:30

L'enfant et les Sortilèges

Following the breath-taking success of the Magic Flute, which has set out from Berlin to take the whole world by storm, the British theatre group »1927« is returning to the Komische Oper Berlin – with two works which seem almost to have been written for the absolutely boundless imaginations of these image-conjurers and their astonishing combination of animation and live performances by actors...

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Nov
4
11:00 AM11:00

Der Zauberer von Oz

After Pinocchio and The Snow Queen, Pierangelo Valtinoni’s The Wizard of Oz marks the third time that a work by this Italian composer graces the stage of the Komische Oper Berlin – with orchestral music ranging from jazz to grand opera, children’s choir ensembles and truly fairytale-like “magic moments”!

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Apr
15
2:00 PM14:00

Die Zauberflöte in Osaka, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
14
7:00 PM19:00

Die Zauberflöte in Osaka, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
14
2:00 PM14:00

Die Zauberflöte in Osaka, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
11
7:00 PM19:00

Die Zauberflöte in Hiroshima, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
11
2:00 PM14:00

Die Zauberflöte in Hiroshima, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
8
1:00 PM13:00

Die Zauberflöte in Tokyo, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
7
7:00 PM19:00

Die Zauberflöte in Tokyo, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Apr
7
2:00 PM14:00

Die Zauberflöte in Tokyo, Japan

The Komische Oper Berlin's production of The Magic Flute, »a deliciously absurd mixture of silent film and cartoon« [Berliner Morgenpost], has caused a furore, and not just in Berlin: in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein, it received euphoric acclaim both from audiences and the press. »Barrie Kosky has transformed The Magic Flute into a stunning live-action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism.« [Los Angeles Times] »You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes ... Breath-taking!« [taz]

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Mar
30
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Mar
25
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Mar
21
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Mar
10
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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Feb
24
7:30 PM19:30

Die Perlen der Cleopatra

Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald have laced their libretto for the Viennese-born Oscar Strauss – who also enjoys success in Berlin – with sharp wit and cheeky double entendres. In the guise of light-hearted and frivolous entertainment, with music somewhere between cabaret, jazz, late romanticism and a dose of bliss courtesy of the Viennese waltz, The Pearls of Cleopatra is a witty satire on middle-class conservatism and a farsighted commentary on the then already impending political ills of the 1920s. 

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