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Paris Gazette (Exil)

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  • Exil
    Jörg Brüggemann

    Exil

  • Exil
    Jörg Brüggemann

    Exil

  • Exil
    Jörg Brüggemann

    Exil

  • Exil
    Jörg Brüggemann

    Exil

  • Exil
    Jörg Brüggemann

    Exil

  • Exil
    Jörg Brüggemann

    Exil

  • Exil
    Jörg Brüggemann

    Exil

Paris, 1935: a pulsating metropolis at the centre of Europe. The city has become a place of exile for thousands who had to leave Germany after the National Socialists seized power in 1933. As early as the 1920s, Lion Feuchtwanger was one of the first who recognised how dangerous Hitler and his party were going to be. In his novel Exil, completed in 1939, he managed to bring the time before the outbreak of the Second World War to life – for the coming generations who would not be able to comprehend how most people did nothing although the brute force of the National Socialist rulers became more and more apparent. Feuchtwanger’ characters struggle with the question of what it means to do "the right thing" in this situation and tell stories of careerism, opportunism, oppression, moral courage, love and betrayal. 

We regularly present performances of "Exile" with English surtitles. You can find the dates here. Our box office staff will be happy to tell you from which seats you will have a good sight-line to the surtitles. For the best view of both stage and surtitles, we recommend seats in the stalls (Parkett) from row 11, or in the balconies (1. Rang, 2. Rang). Seats in the side boxes have a partially obstructed view.

Artists/Collaborators: von Lion Feuchtwanger (Autor/in), Oliver Kraushaar (Sepp Trautwein), Pauline Knof (Anna Trautwein), Jonathan Kempf (Hanns Trautwein), Lili Epy (Erna Redlich), Peter Moltzen (Walther Reichsfreiherr von Gehrke („Spitzi“), u.a.), Marc Oliver Schulze (Erich Wiesener), Luana Velis (Maria Hegner), Constanze Becker (Lea de Chassefiere), Paul Zichner (Raoul de Chassefiere), Paul Herwig (Franz Heilbrun / Leonhard Riemann), Gerrit Jansen (Louis Gingold), Martin Rentzsch (Konrad Heydebregg, u.a.), Luk Perceval, Annette Kurz, Emmanuelle Bischoff, Ilse Vandenbussche, Rainer Süßmilch, Jannes Noorman, Ted Stoffer, Rainer Casper, Sibylle Baschung, Charlotte Brohmeyer, Bar Gonen, Giada Grieco, Ji Sun Hagen, Liadain Herriott, Valeriia Kuzmenko, Ilil Land-Boss, Aaron Lang, Anela Luzi, Aldo Spahiu, Madeleine Rose White, Alina Yeshchenko Charlotte Brohmeyer, Bar Gonen, Giada Grieco, Ji Sun Hagen, Liadain Herriott, Valeriia Kuzmenko, Ilil Land-Boss, Aaron Lang, Anela Luzi, Aldo Spahiu, Madeleine Rose White, Alina Yeshchenko

Runtime: Thu, 29/12/2022 to Fri, 30/12/2022

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