An expedition to the North Pole.
Already in jeopardy.
They pick up a man.
Unconscious, on a piece 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..
At the Brechtbau Theatre, Wilhelmstr. 50, Tuebingen,
Tickets: 6 EUR
The Provisional Players present
“The Altruists” – a play by Nicky Silver
at the Brechtbau Theatre (Wilhelmstr. 50, Tuebingen)
next week (18. – 22. 1. 2016 at 8pm)
tickets for 6 EUR at the door or via firstname.lastname@example.org
“We’re going to band together and fight for what’s ours.
The underclass rising up, flexing their muscles. The
world is full of hatred and violence. And it’s our job,
our duty to stomp the living daylights out of it!
Be part of that! Come with us!“
Meet the Altruists:
– an anorexic actress that makes narcissus look shy,
– a lonely social worker trying to find true love,
– an aggressive protestor in search of peace,
– a “political” lesbian who is really (REALLY!) into men,
– a gigolo living on the streets,
– and a corpse …
“We need Sidney’s money. After all, firebombs don’t grow on trees.”
Something is rotten in the kingdom of Lancre …
A cowardly murdered king, who is now a ghost longing for revenge.
A madman on the throne who loves to burn down houses and trees – controlled by his evil wife with a particular liking of gruesome torture.
The true heir to the throne who grows up in a company of travelling actors, unaware of his identity and unlikely to ever return and manifest his destiny.
Deeply involved in all this: the three witches of Lancre – the respectable Granny Weatherwax, the matriarchal Nanny Ogg, and the junior witch Magrat Garlick.
Their problem: If there is one rule in magic, it is that witches are not allowed to meddle with Fate, Destiny, and all the rest of them …
In his fantasy classic “Wyrd Sisters”, Terry Pratchett® pays homage to the world of theatre in general and to the plays of William Shakespeare in particular. Fools and kings, witches and wizards, ghosts and lost heirs, dwarves and demons and even Death himself take centre stage to unfold a both hilarious and dramatic story, filled to the brim with wit, good laughs, and magic.
The Tragedy of Macbeth
by William Shakespeare
“By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes!”
Perennially popular, Shakespeare’s tragedy recounts the bloody rise to power and eventual downfall of its protagonist. A war hero, the great general Macbeth is admired by his soldiers, his peers and even his king. Goaded on by the sinister witches of the Scottish heathlands and his ambitious wife, but most of all by his own unyielding ambition, Macbeth attains the throne of Scotland through deceit, treachery and murder to become a tyrant plagued by guilt and paranoia. The play contains some of Shakespeare’s most powerful poetry and remains an engrossing – and still regrettably topical – study on how a basically decent man becomes a ruthless dictator.
The Provisional Players presents seven performances of Shakespeare’s masterpiece at the Brechtbau Theatre (Wilhelmsstr. 50, Tübingen).
Monday May 18, Tuesday May 19,
Wednesday May 20, Thursday May 21 and Friday May 22 at 8pm.
Saturday May 23 at 2pm and 8pm.
Tickets: €6 at the door or via email@example.com
The Provisional Players are going to Dublin again, and again to the Sean O’Casey Theatre – a great location and lovely hosts.
WHEN: 20th and 21st of March 2015, 8pm
WHERE: Sean O’Casey Theatre, St Mary’s Rd, East Wall, Dublin
About the play:
September 1941. Copenhagen.
In the midst of the Second World War, German physicist Werner Heisenberg visits his old
friend and mentor Niels Bohr in Nazi-occupied Denmark.
Why did he come? Did he try to convey information about a German nuclear program
to the most well-connected scientist in occupied Europe? Or did he try to spy on an Allied
program? Or did he come for an altogether different reason? It’s only clear that after this
visit a life-long friendship was broken beyond repair, and Heisenberg and Bohr tried to
figure out for the rest of their lives how things could have gone so wrong.
In Michael Frayn’s acclaimed play “Copenhagen” they get another chance – this time from
beyond the grave – to understand what happened. Joined by Margrethe Bohr they grapple
with the thing most difficult to understand of all – man himself.
Featuring life music by “Call me Heike“!
Experience G. K Chesterton’s masterpiece “The Man Who Was Thursday” in a brand new stage adaptation!
Should Anarchists really have a Central Council?
And who is the mysterious Sunday?Part metaphysical thriller, part Kafkaesque comedy, “The Man Who Was Thursday” explores a world where nothing is what it seems to be, and a nightmare is something you might never wake up from.
Coming up in January are:
12-15 January “Herz(ph)rasen – ein Theaterstück über Liebeslyrik im Wandel der Jahrhunderte” ( in German)
19-23 January “Doubt” by John Patrick Shanley
16-20 February”The Man who was Thursday” adapted from G.K. Chesterton’s novel
We’re very proud to announce that Around The World in 80 Days will again feature live music by Call Me Heike. If you have seen them in Stop Kiss, you’re bound to already like them, and if not, this is the time to check them out.
Find out everything about them, especially their gigs outside the theatre, at