Thursday, 24. April 2014
18. 03. 12. - 14:00
Charlotte and Robert want to have a child. Both are firm, they have good jobs and an extra room.
It should all turn out pretty well- from planning to execution. They talk -and sing- about nothing else.
But actually it is not about the baby, it's about themselves.
An enchanting, humorous play dealing with a serious topic, at times it seems it will not turn for the best - will there be a happy end.
With text by Peter Lund who is author of "Elternabend" and "Jumping Jack" and music by Thomas Zaufke, the play was first shown in 2000 at the Neukölner Opera in Berlin and is worth being shown here at the Theatre "82er Haus".
Tina Schöltzke and Stefan Bischoff, both well known in the German speaking musical world, represent the two protagonists under the stage direction of Katharina Dorian.
Friday, 23rd of March, 7:30pm
Sunday, 25th of March 6pm
0664/243 64 65
On stage in the Wienerwald at Linzerstrasse 82, 3003 Gablitz
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What is on at Haydn Kino this week? (24 April - 30 April)
The following films are on at the English language cinema Haydn Kino on Mariahilfestrasse between 24 April and 30 April:
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