I actually played it last Thursday Tamara Stern In “No Groschen, Brecht,” a play about strong women alongside playwright Berthold Brecht. Through the songs of The Threepenny Opera, she gave a voice to those women who contributed greatly to Brecht’s success, but did not receive the recognition they deserved.
The Courthouse Theater was sold out on Friday Erika Pluhar, Adi Hirshal And Roland Jugenbichler They were guests. In “Mess, Miteinander”, Pluhar and Hirshall combine elements of their own works, read their own selected texts, and sing their own selected songs, accompanied by Roland Jugenbichler on the piano. The “two Viennese children of the best ages” thrilled the audience in the court theatre.
Salzburg actor and cabaret artist Fritz Egger He was a guest on Saturday. In his book, “How My Beak Grew,” he turned his autobiography into a satirical and dramatic reading and looked back at the past decades. He played, sang, and read humorous stories from his “small world,” without connecting events from the big world. He was accompanied by a musician Johannes Bellingerwho supported him on stage for thirty years. Fritz Egger was also a long-time guest at the Hoftheater, according to director Moritz Herlander: “Fritz Egger was here as an actor for the first time in 1989.”
This year’s guest performances are over, and as of November 24, the audience favorite will be back Eddie Jagger Seen in court theater – in comedy “A whimsical dinner”Which concludes the season this year.