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7./14./21./28.6./4./5.7. 18.30 Uhr / Primus-Linie

After-Work-Shipping with the Primus Line

Celebrate the summer to the full! Spend your evening with food, drinks, dancing and partying on board the Primus Line. Grab your colleagues, friends and acquaintances and come for an after-work shindig with fresh air and the magnificent panorama of the Frankfurt skyline! A DJ will set the mood while you dance the night away. Join us and have an unforgettable time on the Main!

7.6. 20.00 Uhr / Neues Theater Höchst

Jürgen Becker

Without the revolutionary invention of the electric guitar, history would have taken a different course: the 1968ers had Jimy Hendrix, the hippies Janis Joplin and Woodstock, the squatters Ton Steine Scherben, the peace movement Bots & BAP, the women's movement Ina Deter, the punks Patti Smith. It is the soundtrack and its resonance in society that makes a movement successful. Today, the climate movement has no sound of its own and is in danger of losing its way. A catastrophe that Jürgen Becker analyzes perfectly here.

27.5. 19.30 Uhr, 9.6. 18.00 Uhr / Staatstheater Mainz

Wer hat Angst vor Virginia Woolf?

For years, George and Martha have been engaged in a marital war with clear rules. One night, a young couple comes to visit after a party and witnesses the arguments. They are soon drawn into the hosts' conflict and have to take a stand. In the process, the fragile foundations of their own relationship become increasingly clear. Edward Albee's play can be regarded as the mother of all bedroom battles, and the film version with the quarrelsome glamorous couple Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton is legendary. K.D. Schmidt, an expert in abysmal psychology, is staging the modern classic with a mixed ensemble from Mainz and Luxembourg.

28.5. 19.30 Uhr / Romanfabrik

Birgitta Assheuer und Wolfram Koch

Käthe Kollwitz (1867-1945, graphic artist, painter and sculptor) and Gerhart Hauptmann (1862-1946, playwright and writer) were formative artistic personalities of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Their correspondence lasted over 50 years and is testimony to an impressive artistic friendship. The two actors Birgitta Assheuer and Wolfram Koch (photo) will bring this personal and artistic relationship to life on the occasion of the exhibition "Kollwitz" at the Städel Museum.