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Special rates
for friends

For the following events
we have tickets at special prices
for our members.

As a FREUND & FÖRDERER DES MOUSONTURMS, you will certainly be passionate and enthusiastic about the following productions!
If you visit the Mousonturm regularly, you will be pleased that the Mousonturm offers its FREUNDE & FÖRDERER privileged ticket prices to thank you for your commitment.
So every month you can attend numerous events at a special price of 7 Euros!

There are several ways to get your tickets:

  • Online via the Mousonturm, by following the link to order tickets for the respective event, or

  • You book your tickets by e-mail to ticketservice[at]mousonturm.de
    Please note that in this case no confirmation mail will be sent to you! or

  • You can purchase tickets at the Mousonturm Ticket Box Office during regular opening hours two hours before each performance by showing your membership card. Alternatively,

  • You can book your tickets two hours before each performance
    by telephone hotline +49 69 405895-20

Caroline Creutzburg / Woman With Stones

Saal, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm


Why are you looking at me now? / Why are you looking at me again? / What if I pulled my teeth? / Cut my hair underneath my chin?
(Grimes feat. Janelle Monáe)

What if biomass and subjectivity were distributed differently between nature and humanity? - Or differently considered: What if nature herself wore drag? Temporary humanoid figures enter the hall. They evoke divas and stones and let them meet in their bodies as versions of a shared identity. They devote themselves to the relationship of these imaginary subjectivities. They instigate an interplay between the egression and the vanishing, the equalization and differentiation. In her new work, Ponto-Performance award winner Caroline Creutzburg, together with her team, examines bodies and stage landscapes between oddities and realities of different worlds.

Dates & Events
Sa 23.03.2019 – 8:00 p.m.

Costs
for members: 7,- Euro*
*as long as available.

Rimini Protokoll / DOʼs & DONʼTs FRANKFURT/MAIN

Departure from Künstlerhaus Mousonturm


A ride according to all the rules of the city

The city is a huge laboratory for observing human behavior in everyday life. And in this laboratory there exist rules. There are Do's and Don'ts. What is allowed and what is forbidden? How about living without rules? And what rules do we need in the future? In the new production of "Rimini Protokoll" the audience sit in a truck that has been converted into a mobile auditorium. They look out through a large window at the city. During the ride, the system of our urban order is scrutinized: Laws, norms, rituals, pronounced and unspoken arrangements, visible and invisible codes. A child sits next to the driver in the driver's cabin. It guides this metropolitan laboratory experiment - with great clarity, toughness and consistency of a game that has to be completed according to the given rules.

Dates & Events
Sa 30.03.2019 - 2:00 p.m.

Costs
for members: 10,- Euro*
*as long as available.

Tony Rizzi and the Bad Habits

Saal, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm


a performance by nobody, going nowhere, for no one in particular

Tony Rizzi, long-time dancer of the Frankfurt Ballet and the Forsythe Company, choreographer for renowned ensembles such as the Koninklijk Ballet Vlaanderen and creator of electrifying and bizarre performances for his Company Bad Habits, returns to the Mousonturm with a new production. Inspired by the concept of indivisibility, which he first met in Japan, he explores with a congenial ensemble what happens when everything is really connected to everything. Without compromises and with a good sense of humour!

Dates & Events
Sa 06.04.2019 - 8:00 p.m.

Costs
for members: 7,- Euro*
*as long as available.

Tony Rizzi and the Bad Habits

Saal, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm


a performance by nobody, going nowhere, for no one in particular

Tony Rizzi, long-time dancer of the Frankfurt Ballet and the Forsythe Company, choreographer for renowned ensembles such as the Koninklijk Ballet Vlaanderen and creator of electrifying and bizarre performances for his Company Bad Habits, returns to the Mousonturm with a new production. Inspired by the concept of indivisibility, which he first met in Japan, he explores with a congenial ensemble what happens when everything is really connected to everything. Without compromises and with a good sense of humour!

Dates & Events
So 07.04.2019 - 6:00 p.m.

Costs
for members: 7,- Euro*
*as long as available.

Lisbeth Gruwez / Voetvolk

Saal, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm


It’s going to get worse and worse and worse, my friend

The apocalyptic title of the work by exceptional performer Lisbeth Gruwez and her group Voetvolk promises nothing good. In fact, Gruwez has now dared to tackle a delicate topic: the manipulative element of speech that many, from revolutionary leaders to television preachers, have already taken advantage of. From the very beginning, the small androgynous appearance has controlled the stage and attracted all attention. Gruwez's level of energy is visibly increased by ever faster, reduced movements and gestures. Her interaction with the music that drives her is also impressive: the sound as well as the recorded sentences of the American TV evangelist Jimmy Swaggart are literally absorbed by her body. Words and content fade from the overwhelming fascination of the trance-like mood the dancer is in.

Dates & Events
Tue 16.04.2019 - 8:00 p.m.

Costs
for members: 7,- Euro*
*as long as available.

Lisbeth Gruwez / Voetvolk

Saal, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm


It’s going to get worse and worse and worse, my friend

The apocalyptic title of the work by exceptional performer Lisbeth Gruwez and her group Voetvolk promises nothing good. In fact, Gruwez has now dared to tackle a delicate topic: the manipulative element of speech that many, from revolutionary leaders to television preachers, have already taken advantage of. From the very beginning, the small androgynous appearance has controlled the stage and attracted all attention. Gruwez's level of energy is visibly increased by ever faster, reduced movements and gestures. Her interaction with the music that drives her is also impressive: the sound as well as the recorded sentences of the American TV evangelist Jimmy Swaggart are literally absorbed by her body. Words and content fade from the overwhelming fascination of the trance-like mood the dancer is in.

Dates & events
Wed 17.04.2019 - 8:00 p.m.
Afterwards artist talk

Costs
for members: 7,- Euro*
*as long as available.

F.Wiesel / Bermuda

Saal, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm


F. Wiesel approach the Bermuda Triangle: vessel of all lost objects of the past, present and future. The point at which reporting ends, maps end and myth begins. They work in the reservoir of the disappeared. Printing, constructing, building ship models and island groups. And then all of a sudden it's there for real: In the center of all incidents, at the bottom of the seabed, in a secret room - the reptile creature. It enters the stage and spans its own network of meanings. A postfactual fairy tale in the age of a hysterical concept of truth spreads. In meticulous attention to detail and with a twisted sense of humor, the 2017 Ponto Performance Prize winners examine F. Wiesel with "Bermuda" conspiracy theories and myth formation as a narrative form of the present.

Termine
So 28.04.2019 - 6:00 p.m.

Costs
for members: 7,- Euro*
*as long as available.

F.Wiesel / Bermuda

Saal, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm


F. Wiesel approach the Bermuda Triangle: vessel of all lost objects of the past, present and future. The point at which reporting ends, maps end and myth begins. They work in the reservoir of the disappeared. Printing, constructing, building ship models and island groups. And then all of a sudden it's there for real: In the center of all incidents, at the bottom of the seabed, in a secret room - the reptile creature. It enters the stage and spans its own network of meanings. A postfactual fairy tale in the age of a hysterical concept of truth spreads. In meticulous attention to detail and with a twisted sense of humor, the 2017 Ponto Performance Prize winners examine F. Wiesel with "Bermuda" conspiracy theories and myth formation as a narrative form of the present.

Dates & Events
Mo 29.04.2019 - 8:00 p.m.

Costs
for members: 7,- Euro*
*as long as available.

Gisèle Vienne / Crowd

Frankfurt LAB


Wet earth, a group of young people. Cool techno beats are used (Peter Rehberg with Detroit techno classics and precursors like Manuel Göttsching) and a complex web of emotions, longings and tensions develops in the microcosm of the raving community. Like a kind of collective ritual. Love, violence, intimacy and aversion alternate in this stage play by the internationally acclaimed French-Austrian director, choreographer and visual artist Giselle Vienne. With dance-like reproduced slow motions, temporal distortions and loops, she sets perceptually sharpening accents and dissects the quasi-religious ecstasy of the group, which seems to be celebrating a feast like in a trance - aware that our world has lost all spirituality. An emotional state of emergency, overwhelming!

Dates & Events
Thu 02.05.2019 - 7:30 p.m.

Costs
for members: 10,- Euro*
*as long as available.

Gisèle Vienne / Crowd

Frankfurt LAB


Wet earth, a group of young people. Cool techno beats are used (Peter Rehberg with Detroit techno classics and precursors like Manuel Göttsching) and a complex web of emotions, longings and tensions develops in the microcosm of the raving community. Like a kind of collective ritual. Love, violence, intimacy and aversion alternate in this stage play by the internationally acclaimed French-Austrian director, choreographer and visual artist Giselle Vienne. With dance-like reproduced slow motions, temporal distortions and loops, she sets perceptually sharpening accents and dissects the quasi-religious ecstasy of the group, which seems to be celebrating a feast like in a trance - aware that our world has lost all spirituality. An emotional state of emergency, overwhelming!

Dates & Events
Fr 03.05.2019 - 7:30 p.m.

Costs
for members: 10,- Euro*
*as long as available.

Rimini Protokoll (Haug)

Bockenheimer Depot


Chinchilla asshole, what. News from the interbrain

»"No intention – only Tourette," Christian Hempel hurriedly sends ahead when he moves among people. His ranting tirades and his motor outbursts are not controllable, but reactions to the world in which he moves. Tourette's syndrome seeks the public, it wants to cause confrontation and sensation. At first glance, it seems impossible to make theatre with Tourette: no text is like any other, no movement can be repeated. The stage technology has to be brought to safety, special hotel rooms have to be booked. What is not Tourette-compatible is changed. And these changes form a material, at some point they form a text, a beginning and an end. In the new production of the internationally successful theatre collective Rimini Protokoll, Christian Hempel will enter a theatre stage for the first time, together with the musician and geriatric nurse Benjamin Jürgens and the politician Bijan Kaffenberger. They also have Tourette. Together with the musician Barbara Morgenstern they will put the theater to the test: How much unintentionality can it endure? How much protection can it offer, since the stage has been created for the opposite: Precision, repeatability, control, world history, spectacle. And after the applause it may become clear: this play is not about Tourette. It's about the audience, the theater and the fear of losing control.

Registration directly at the Branch Office until 26.04.2019

Dates & Events
So 05.05.2019 - 6:00 p.m.

Costs
for members: 11,- Euro*
*as long as available.

Rimini Protokoll (Haug)

Bockenheimer Depot


Chinchilla asshole, what. News from the interbrain

»"No intention - only Tourette," Christian Hempel hurriedly sends ahead when he moves among people. His ranting tirades and his motor outbursts are not controllable, but reactions to the world in which he moves. Tourette's syndrome seeks the public, it wants to cause confrontation and sensation. At first glance, it seems impossible to make theatre with Tourette: no text is like any other, no movement can be repeated. The stage technology has to be brought to safety, special hotel rooms have to be booked. What is not Tourette-compatible is changed. And these changes form a material, at some point they form a text, a beginning and an end. In the new production of the internationally successful theatre collective Rimini Protokoll, Christian Hempel will enter a theatre stage for the first time, together with the musician and geriatric nurse Benjamin Jürgens and the politician Bijan Kaffenberger. They also have Tourette. Together with the musician Barbara Morgenstern they will put the theater to the test: How much unintentionality can it endure? How much protection can it offer, since the stage has been created for the opposite: Precision, repeatability, control, world history, spectacle. And after the applause it may become clear: this play is not about Tourette. It's about the audience, the theater and the fear of losing control.

Registration directly at the Branch Office until 26.04.2019

Dates & Events
Mo 06.05.2019 - 8:00 p.m.

Costs
for members: 11,- Euro*
*as long as available.

Billinger & Schulz / Zeit / Temps

Saal, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm


"...but if I have to explain it to someone who asks me, I don't know." (Augustine)

A ripple, a river, a trickle? What is time? It is always in motion.
In their performance "Zeit / Temps" choreographers Verena Billinger and Sebastian Schulz take us on a fragile journey through time, from hoop skirts to high heels, from allonge wigs to gel hairstyles. Since the Baroque at the latest, dance has always been a reflection of the relationship between society and the individual, between state and body. As living sculptures, the dancers change their positions and poses in an empty room and lead us through the styles of modern European times. They hesitate, linger, dance. They look at each other, meet and miss each other. They greet the possibility, listen to the moment, hear the silence of faded voices. And the time? It lingers, expands, contracts, cannot be grasped, disappears.

Dates & Events
So 12.05.2019 - 6:00 p.m.

Costs
for members: 7,- Euro*
*as long as available.