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Die Wanze

Insect who-dunnit after the book by Paul Shipton

German by Andreas Steinhöfel, adapted for the stage by Karin Eppler, Gerd Ritter & Daniela Merz

Peace in the garden is at risk and private eye Wanze Muldoon – just like so many of the greats in his profession, he is a little tatty, but witty and super cool – investigates under pressure.

In this case, he encounters mysterious events happening in the ant colony, barely escapes a four-headed wasp-killer-commando, and almost ends up the feared spider's trap.

Die Wanze is an almost illegally gripping and criminally comic solo piece for young and old crime-fans alike.


keine Pause

Age recommendation
10 years and older

Klassenzimmerstücke können über die Theaterpädagogik angefragt werden.

 

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Tue, 20/02/2024
11.00 am
Bruchsal
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Thu, 22/02/2024
02.00 pm
Bruchsal
Heisenberg-Gymnasium
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Fri, 23/02/2024
05.00 pm
Eberbach
Depot 15/7
05.00 pm | Depot 15/7

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Tue, 27/02/2024
11.00 am
Bruchsal
Stadttheater, Hexagon
11.00 am | Stadttheater, Hexagon
Wed, 28/02/2024
09.00 am
Waghäusel
Eremitage
09.00 am | Eremitage
Wed, 28/02/2024
11.00 am
Waghäusel
Eremitage
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Fri, 14/06/2024
09.00 am
Wertheim
Burg Wertheim
09.00 am | Burg Wertheim
Fri, 14/06/2024
11.00 am
Wertheim
Burg Wertheim
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Actor Frederik Kienle receives roaring applause for his one-hour solo on stage (...) The sheer power of his acting and physical presence Kienle delivers are hard to describe. Theatre – and this play in particular – has to be experienced in person.

schwaebische.de

24.04.2023

As a one-man-show, Frederik Kienle fills the different roles with remarkable ease. Children and adults alike are thrilled. Some even approach the actor after the show to tell him in person: It was fantastic!

Uta Förster / Rhein-Neckar-Zeitung

26.02.2024