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Event Dates and Advance Notices

If I have now sparked your interest in my work and you wish to see my costumes "in motion", you should prebook the following event dates (update: March 2020):

Event tour "Haunted in the House of the Golden Scales"

With the reconstruction of the House of the Golden Scales in the context of the "new" old town, Frankfurt has regained one of the most beautiful half-timbered buildings from the Renaissance. During the tour, you will learn what happens when a modern descendant of Abraham van Hamel stays in the house and wants to do research on his family history. Maybe he will learn more than he would like. Because whoever wakes up the ghosts in the 'old hell' (that was the name of the property in the Middle Ages) will not get rid of them so quickly!
Directed by: James Lyons, with Gudrun Schnitzer and Volker Heymann

Dates:   Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2020, 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.
             Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020, 2 p.m. and 4.30 p.m.
             Sunday, March 8, 2020, 2 p.m. and 4.30 p.m.
             Sunday, April 26, 2020, 2 p.m. and 4.30 p.m.
Organized by:    Historical Museum Frankfurt/Main

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Play by Stephen Temperley
She was and is a phenomenon: Florence Foster Jenkins, heiress to a wealthy industrialist, and dazzling personality of New York's social and artist life of the 1940s. Souvenir tells her story through the eyes of her companion and pianist Cosme McMoon. For the talented musician, it is nothing more than a pragmatic way to finance his rent. As the two get to know each other better, he becomes increasingly involved in the world and bizarre view of the Foster Jenkins. In his play, Steven Temperley shows a woman inspired by art, who does not allow herself to be distracted from her infinite love for music through self-doubt, external hostility or even objective quality. Florence Foster Jenkins is and remains a persuasive, an unshakable, self-confident and fabulously talentless soprano, whose impact and career today's supposed superstars can only dream of.
With Barbara Ullmann and Jan Walther.
Director: Ulf Dietrich

Opening Night:   August 31, 2019
Time:    August 31, 2019 – March 18, 2020
Theater Trier

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"A Dnace on the Volcano – Trier and the Twenties"

A revue by Manfred Langner and Horst Maria Merz
How golden were they, the wild twenties? An exhilarating time full of joie de vivre in which to enjoy peace, dance Charleston and make it a daytime evening? Or a decade that stumbled into the Great Depression and in times of need and impoverishment the political situation became increasingly aggressive? A glittering party and a blind stumbling into the abyss of dictatorship at the same time? The musical revue shows a rapid journey into Trier in the 1920s, through the history of the Weimar Republic with its quirks and fashions, between marching and jazz. Besides, this review also casts a glance ahead, in the upcoming "Twenties" - how close are we to the dance on the volcano again?
With Stephanie Theiß, Michael Hiller, Barbara Ullmann, Klaus-Michael Nix, Anna Pircher, Gideon Rapp, Giovanni Rupp, Bianca Spiegel and Paul Hess.
Director: Manfred Langner

Opening Night:   December 7, 2019
Time:    December 7, 2019 – March 29, 2020
Theater Trier

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Musical by Lionel Bart based on Charles Dicken’s Oliver Twist
An imaginative and successful Broadway musical about loneliness and friendship, about poverty as well as about crooked and straight paths - with gripping music, original dance numbers, a lot of humor and lots of energy!
The orphan boy Oliver Twist lives a miserable existence in a poor house in London in the mid-19th century. The director of the institution, Mrs. Corney, and the beadle Mr. Bumble sell Oliver to the undertaker Mister Sowerberry. But Oliver runs away and meets Artful Dodger, a young pickpocket who takes him to Fagin, the king of thieves. Oliver learns the art of pickpocketing from Fagin, but his first thievery fails. The victim is Mr. Brownlow, a good-natured gentleman who takes Oliver into his house. Fagin fears that Oliver will betray his gang and wants to have him kidnapped. A wild hunt begins ...
With Anna Pircher, Conny Hain, Michael Hiller, Gideon Rapp, Giovanni Rupp, Barbara Ullmann, Klaus-Michael Nix, Paul Behrens, Marsha Zimmermann, Finnja Lukas, Lillianne May, Hanna Terhes, Charlotte Whiteley, Peer Fröhling, Moritz Giese, Johanna Lehnert, Ruana Marx, Maja Stölzel, Lion Desing, Anne Harden, Bendix Woog and children's and youth choir and opera choir of the Theatre Trier.
Directed by Ulf Dietrich

Opening Night:   February 15, 2020
Time:    February 15 – April 19, 2020
Theater Trier

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"A Streetcar Named Desire"

Drama by Tennesse Williams
Two opposing worlds collide in one family: Blanche DuBois, a fading Southern beauty of slightly affectionate elegance, sees herself as a representative of an aristocratic America of cocktail parties and well-groomed conversations. Since the parental estate "Belle Rêve" is lost, Blanche, nervously shattered and devoted to alcohol, moves to her little sister Stella in a run-down neighborhood of New Orleans. There, Blanche meets her sister's husband, Stanley Kowalski, an ex-soldier, white trash and passionate poker player who can hurt with the word as well as with his fist. In the brooding heat of New Orleans, the situation escalates in the end – mainly because of Blanche's mismatch between reality and illusion. "A Streetcar Named Desire", premiered in New York in 1947 and soon after filmed by Elia Kazan starring Vivien Leigh and Marlon Brando, is Tennessee Williams' best-known drama, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1948.
With Stephanie Theiß, Marsha Zimmermann, Jonas Gruber, Martin Geisen, Davina Donaldson, Paul Hess, Paul Behrens, Petra Klink and Daniel Philipp Schatz.
Directed by: Harald Demmer

Opening Night:   April 25, 2020
Time:     April 25 – June 28, 2020
Theater Trier

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"MAN kann", "DWS", "Lünebest", "Perlweiss", "Bärenmarke", "Vanish Carpet"

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