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KantTheaterBerlin: 24 Stunden aus dem Leben einer Frau

In the organizer's words:

Novella by Stefan Zweig, adapted and performed by Anette Daugardt. Open air

A woman in her late 40s meets a man in his early 20s and after more than forty years spent in middle-class life, in which everything was in order, the woman suddenly discovers the unknown depths of her own feelings. Twenty-four hours of a woman's life, after which nothing is as it was before. After the waves of happiness comes the crash, and a happy ending looks very different indeed. But can there even be love without at least a hint of such absolute feelings? Isn't that what makes us human? And as Stefan Zweig says: "Once you've found yourself, you can't lose anything in the world!"

By and with Anette Daugardt

60 minutes, no intermission

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Price information:

Only remaining tickets at the Box Office (surcharge 2 €, no concessions)


Globe Berlin Sömmeringstraße 15 10589 Berlin

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