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Cancelled until April 15th: Der Gott des Gemetzels

Theater, Veranstaltung

© Hupfeld

© Hupfeld

Current CORONA virus information of the organizer Austropott: 
"Dear audience, in order to exclude the possibility that our viewers* and employees* are exposed to an increased risk of corona infection, we have decided to suspend the performance operations until 15.04. 

We very much regret that our performances have to be cancelled for this reason. However, we cannot be held responsible for potentially endangering the health of our audience and artists. 

Tickets already purchased remain valid. Further information and details will follow shortly!"

From 12.10.2019 (premiere) the free theatre collective austroPott will start its sixth season at Dortmunder U and present a new production of the successful play "Der Gott des Gemetzels" by Yasmina Reza.

The play, premiered in 2006, owes its success to the razor-sharp dialogues, unerring punchlines and a theme that continues to strike a chord with the current nerve in an extraordinarily amusing and at the same time profound way: the specially convened meeting of two well-off couples of parents to clarify the violent dispute of the offspring quickly turns into a sensation, despite all the show-stopping consensus-oriented, rational and oh so cultivated approaches. After a short time the misdemeanours of the small caricatures are pushed into the background, instead subliminal conflicts, special sensitivities and the rough being break through the façade. Abysses emerge, there is fighting, vomiting, verbal attack, everyone against everyone, a single slaughter.

An entertaining evening full of twists, revelations, absurd episodes, great dialogues and witty comedy - and a showpiece for the playful quartet of actors Katja Heinrich, Harald Schwaiger, Monika Bujinski and Michael Kamp. 

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