When Prospera’s old enemies the king of Naples, Alonso,
and her treacherous brother Antonio
pass by her place of exile
– a remote and barren island –
her time has come to choose:
A game of deliberate confusion ensues,
drawing in old friends and enemies,
servants and slaves
and, most precious of them all:
Performed in the Brechtbau Theatre
From Monday, April 23rd, to Friday, April 27th, at 8 p.m.
Tickets available for 6€ at the front door and via eMail:
provisionalplayers at gmail DOT com
Monte Cristo is our brand-new adaptation of Dumas’
legendary novel The Count of Monte Cristo, reimagined
as a contemporary NEO-NOIR CRIME THRILLER.
Come with us to the corrupt London art world.
See where greed, lust, and a desire for
beautiful things can lead.
dark and surprising
Brechtbau Theatre, Wilhelmstr. 50, Tübingen
12.-16. February 2018, 8pm
Tickets for 6 EUR at the door or via provisionalplayers-AT-gmail-DOT-com
Who would surrender the chance of remaining always young?
Certainly not the wonderfully handsome Dorian Gray.
When his portrait magically (or demonically) begins to age and grow ugly and loathsome in his place, the young dandy uses his seductive powers of eternal youth and beauty to embark on a life of passionate sins and violent crime …
To conclude their 30th anniversary year, the Provisional Players perform Oscar Wilde’s only novel as a dramatic reading – a timelessly fascinating story about poisonous influences, self-deception and the dark places of the human mind.
Wednesday (20th) and Thursday (21st) of December (8pm) at the Brechtbau Theatre,
Tickets for 5 EUR only at the door or via provisionalplayers AT gmail DOT com
The Provisional Players invite you to a very special show celebrating
their Thirtieth Anniversary:
a horror-comedy thriller homage to the weird and wonderful 60s
Edgar Wallace movies – The Dead Eyes of London.
It’s the Swinging London of the 1960s.
But this London is covered in permanent fog, and dead bodies keep piling up.
Can Inspector Holt and his assistant Sunny Harvey solve the murder spree
before the sinister master mind can achieve his (or her?) goal?
Do blind criminals have an advantage over police officers who cannot see?
Will the Provisional Players bring back Klaus Kinski for a final star
performance in a role that was just made for him?
Fast action, irreverent humour and a mysterious metal bath tub await you…
Three shows only: 22 .-24 .11.2017, 8PM
Brechtbau Theatre, Wilhelmstr. 50, Tübingen
Tickets for 6 EUR at email@example.com
Do not cross the moor in those dark hours when the powers of evil are exalted!
Something haunts the Dartmoor – a huge creature, luminous, ghastly, and spectral. People believe it to be the Hound of the Baskervilles, a hound from hell which is said to be the curse of the Baskerville family and the cause of the many sudden, bloody and mysterious deaths in their history.
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson endeavour to solve the mystery of the hound and its connection with the recent mysterious death of Sir Charles Baskerville. Their case is a race against time since the diabolical force on the moor is already at the heels of its next victim…
On their 30th anniversary, the Provisional Players cordially invite you to a dramatic reading of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic novel. If you dare, travel to the desolate, gloomy moor with us and explore what might well be Sherlock Holmes’ most mysterious, dangerous and darkest case.
WHEN: 19. – 21. July 2017, 8pm (ONLY Wednesday to Friday!)
WHERE: Brechtbau Theater, Wilhelmstrasse 50, Tübingen
TICKETS: for 5 EUR at the door or at firstname.lastname@example.org
London, in the 1960s:
Brindsley Miller is a starving young artist with a lot to prove: Both his fiancée’s father and a millionaire art collector will be coming to his apartment at the same night, and in his desperation to impress them both, Brindsley has stolen some antique furniture from his absent neighbour in order to embellish his own rundown apartment.
All seems to be prepared, when suddenly a fuse
blows and everything becomes pitch black.
When more uninvited guests – including the owner of the “borrowed” furniture – arrive, Brindsley literally has to keep everyone in the dark, or it’s lights out for his future.
Peter Shaffer’s 1965 farce “Black Comedy” is a fast-paced physical comedy in the classic slapstick tradition of the Marx Brothers.
Performances are from Monday, June 19th to Thursday, June 22nd, at 8 o’clock in the evening at the BrechtBauTheater, Wilhelmstraße 50, Tübingen.
Tickets are 6€ at the door. You can also reserve tickets via email@example.com.
Brindsley Miller: Alonso Marco Valle
Carol Melkett: Sarah Taylor
Miss Furnival: Diane Schreitmüller
Colonel Melkett: Ulrich Schreitmüller
Harold Gorringe: Raffaele Manstretta
Clea: Mira Lehmann
Franz Schuppanzigh: Michael Krumm
Georg Bamberger: Alexander Müller & Oliver Schroeder
Directed by Diane Schreitmüller
A mysterious silent movie reel that shows the shadow of a pterodactyl is all it takes to send Prof. Challenger – the formidable mind that sprung from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s pen – and his assistant Edward Malone on a wild-goose chase – make that a wild-dinosaur chase – to South America.
It’s a race not just against time but also against two inscrutable criminals that shy away from nothing – break ins, theft, robbery, attempted abductions – to sabotage Challenger’s expedition.
Will Challenger and Malone make it to South America nonetheless? Will they find dinosaurs and live to tell the tale? And will they uncover the true identity of the enigmatic third participant of their journey who so conveniently appeared when Challenger voiced the need of a second assistant?
Come to the Brechtbau Theatre to witness how the Provisional Players turn Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic adventure into a mad-cap comedy and the theatre into _a land that time forgot_ …
The Provisional Players are going to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to show Frankenstein, a new play – a play much loved by the Tuebingen audience and which received critical acclaim.
We’re going to be at the Spotlites (venue 278), 14/August – 20/August, at 8:45pm.
You can order tickets here:
and if you want to learn more about the production, you can have a look at our blog:
And now, to tease you a little bit …
An expedition to the North Pole.
Already in jeopardy.
They pick up a man.
Unconscious, on a sheet of floating ice.
A man that seems eerily familiar.
A man haunted by his past.
A past that finally may catch up with him …
Come and see the Provisional Players’ retelling of Mary Shelley’s classic story..
The Tragedy of Julius Caesar
When: 13-17. June 2016, 8PM
Where: at the Brechtbau Theatre (of course), Wilhelmstr.50, Tuebingen
The civil war between Caesar and Pompey is over.
Caesar has won.
Many people in Rome resent him for that.
Caesar tries to heal the country, and
pardons many of his opponents.
They resent him for that even more.
But Caesar is popular and secure in his position.
To some, this is unacceptable.
They conspire to murder him.
Come to see what happens next!
Tickets for 6 EUR at the door or via firstname.lastname@example.org
Der Natur auf der Spur? Aber nicht mit Mikroskop und Schmetterlingsnetz, sondern mit Feder und Papier. Was fangen deutschsprachige Dichter mit dem Thema “Natur” an? Bei uns wird der stürmische junge Goethe von einer resoluten Bäuerin regelrecht vom Acker gejagt. Hölderlin sucht Trost unter Eichbäumen – die wiederum ihre ganz eigene Sicht auf die Dinge haben. Ein moderner Dichter fragt sich, wie man heute noch über Natur – oder was davon übrig ist – schreiben kann. Und auf wie viele verschiedene Arten kann man eigentlich literarisch im Nebel stochern?
9., 10., 12., 13 Mai, 20 Uhr, Brechtbautheater, Tickets 5€ unter email@example.com oder an der Abendkasse.