Oddities from André Becker's bookshelf
Imagine standing in front of your bookshelf, pulling out and leafing through a title you read ages ago. After a couple of pages, you get lost in that world again, it brings you joy and excitement …
I, André Becker, invite you to join the reading salon at theater treppab for a total of. With the help of members of our ensemble I will introduce you to some oddities from my personal bookshelf.
Refreshingingly different romantic novels, crime without a murderer, wrongly forgotten classics, recommendations for the summer holidays – everything is possible, nothing is predictable. The one thing we know is: We'll enthusiastically read from our favourite books, to discover unusual, edgy, touching works.
A novel of seemingly scandinavian short crime by Johan Harstad, centered around investigator Frisch. A book for people who like crime stories, but hate reading. Painstakingly edited, and with extensive commentary by a literary scholar. Humorous, odd, mysterious. A pleasure to read and listen.
With: Michaela Finkbeiner, Stefan Holm
Wintertime is the time of fairy tales, also for grown-ups. Michael Köhlmeier has written a book full of contemporary faity tales for adults: He doesn't re-tell the same old stories, he invented new, disturbing, and uncanny stories.
On 10 December we'll read some of our favourites from this volume.
Because: "Once upon a time … “ that's all the time.
With: Madeline Hartig, Thilo Langer
Michael Köhlmeier, Die Märchen
Mit Illustrationen von Nikolaus Heidelbach
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1 Stunden 00 Minuten
16 years and older
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