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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 2021):

Due to the Corona pandemic most of the theatres, museums, festival halls etc. are closed or offer a limited programme only. In case of interest, please inform yourself on the websites of the relevant organizers about the resumption of the planned performances!
The following performances had to be postponed to next year: "Hairspray" (Opening Night on June 18, 2021), "The Jungle Book" (Opening Night on May 28, 2021) und "A Streetcar named Desire" (Opening Night not yet known).

"Alice in Wonderland"

Alice is invited to her friend Felix's birthday, where a magician conjures a rabbit out of his top hat. Alice is ridiculed in front of the other children by the neighbor boy Marvin. Alice remains sad and alone and follows the lively rabbit and before she knows it, she ends up in the exciting wonderland. But there is the cruel Queen of Hearts who wants to lock Alice in the dungeon because she has destroyed her croquet field. On her escape from the tyrannical queen's army of playing cards, Alice has to endure exciting adventures. She meets many funny residents, such as the crazy hatter, the funny March hare, the cheeky Cheshire cat and the smoking caterpillar ...
With Anna Pircher, Luiza Braz Batista, Lara Schitto, Stephan Vanecek, Raphael Grosch, Aki Tougiannidis and Florian Janik.
Directors and script: Kim Langner and Axel Weidemann

Time:    November 6, 2020 – January 2021
Theater Trier

More information at Theatre Trier (in German)

"Intrigue and Love (Cabal and Love)"

Civil tragedy by Friedrich Schiller
Ferdinand, son of the president of Walter, raves about Luise, daughter of the musician Miller. Luise reciprocates the feelings with the same passion, but both Ferdinand's and Luise's father strictly reject a connection between the two. Ferdinand's father rather wants to marry his son to the influential Lady Milford, the Duke's mistress. He hopes this will increase his influence at court. Lady Milford, on the other hand, can no longer do without Ferdinand simply for reasons of love and prestige. Ferdinand rebels against his father and wants to flee with Luise. Ferdinand's father therefore devises a perfidious plan together with his scheming secretary Wurm, who in turn vies for Luise's favor. The noose of intrigues is tightening and public and private interests become blurred – Luise and Ferdinand seem to have lost their lives for a long time. Jealousy arises and an unstoppable chain of tragic events is set in motion ...
With Davina Donaldson, Marsha Zimmermann, Klaus-Michael Nix, Lennart Hillmann, Michael Hiller, Giovanni Rupp and Paul Hess.
Director: Rüdiger Pape

Time:    December 5, 2020 – March 2021
Theater Trier

More information at Theater Trier (in German)

"Fracking for Future"

Play by Alistair Beaton
Jo, head of a PR agency, thinks it is a waltz to convince the citizens of a small German town of the blessing of gas extraction through fracking. Together with the managing director of the energy company and the local mayor, he wants to ensure approval on an information evening. But Elisabeth, declared opponent of fracking, protests loudly and is removed from the hall. Elisabeth is filmed and with the video she becomes an internet star in social networks. The anti-fracking activist Jenny and her boyfriend Leon want to use this hype for their campaign. But to reassure her husband, Elisabeth does not want to become the leading figure of the protest movement, but rather to support the fracking opponents in her own way. Nevertheless, there is a fight between Elisabeth and the smart PR specialist Jo, who quickly realizes that beautiful advertising images and legal action against Elisabeth will not bring the desired success ... The author sharp-tonguedly looks behind the machinations of this branch of industry and the interests of those who are involved in it. As the German Bundestag wants to negotiate the issue of fracking again in 2021, "Fracking for Future" seems more relevant than ever!
With Barbara Ullmann, Klaus-Michael Nix, Raphael Grosch, Martin Geisen, Paul Hess, Marsha Zimmermann, Lennart Hillmann, Davina Donaldson, Michael Hiller & youth choir.
Director: Lajos Wenzel

Opening Night:    postponed till autumn 2021 (originally planned for April 10, 2021)
Theatre Trier


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:   May 2, 2021 (reopening!)
Time:    not yet available
Theatre Trier

More information at Theatre Trier (in German)

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:                Guided tours are suspended until further notice.
Organized by:    Historical Museum Frankfurt/Main

More information at Goldene Waage