English Lovers: “ELLA MEANT...”

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All improvised theatre - back in Town!

Mit ihren großartigen Auftritten und ihren umwerfenden Shows begeistern die ENGLISH LOVERS nun bereits seit vielen Jahren das AKKU Publikum.

Diesmal präsentiert uns der „Bühnentiger“ Jim Libby seinen LOVER-Kollegen Dennis Kozeluh und ihre gemeinsame Show in English:

“Ella Meant…”
This is a two-part form in which one style or genre is explored. After choosing a style together, members of the audience call out words or phrases that they feel are essential elements of that style. These are written on a chalk board and remain visible throughout the performance. The first part of the show is an exploration of these elements, through a series of short, unconnected, scenes. In the second part, the audience chooses one of the scenes from the first part of the show to become the inspiration for a whole new story in the chosen genre.

Jim Libby (Maine, USA)
As an actor in Vienna, Jim quickly established himself as an "all-rounder": Stage, Film, Television, Voice-over, Music, he even did a fashion show. He helped to found the English Lovers and das urtheAter. He helped to found the Re-Actors Studio, an open acting studio in Vienna. Jim's still a busy guy…

Dennis Kozeluh came to Vienna in 1983 with the University of Montana Chamber Chorale and is, to his astonishment, still here. He is regularly featured as the arch-villain Sigi Schlitzohr in the ORF's “Die Heisse Spur”. He has starred in many musicals, signed countless autographs, and is actually quite famous… .

Die „English Lovers“ spielen eine einzigartige Rolle in der Wiener Theater- und Performancelandschaft. Sie sind phantastische Storyteller, witzige PointenreißerInnen und neugierige ExperimentiererInnen und sie spielen in englischer Sprache.
They are really fabulous!

Ein im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes einmaliges Theater-Erlebnis mit grandiosen Darstellern.

Vorstellung für Schulklassen: Freitag, 29. Mai, 11 Uhr
Information und Anmeldung im AKKU Kulturzentrum: 07252 / 48 5 42

Datum: 
Donnerstag, 28. Mai 2009 - 20:00
Eintritt: 
15 / 13 / 11