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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

She She Pop / Kanon

Saal, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm


High time for a celebration: 25 years ago, the – initially purely female – theatre collective She She Pop began enriching the highly dynamic artistic organism of performance with variations of their own making. Yet in their new revue “Canon”, the worldwide touring Berliners now turn the spotlight on those works of other artists and thinkers, which critically influenced and informed their work all these years, instead of focusing on their own past achievements. As a re-enactment of experienced moments of performance, this celebration of memory will
be conceived, framed and formed by She She Pop in the here and now. Select surprise guests from the independent performance scene are invited to enrich the revue with contributions of their own. In this sense, “Canon” is a collective meditation on the writing of history and the “canonisation” of performance with all the tools of fleetingness, which this art form itself produces.

Dates & Events
Sat 25.01.2020 - 8 p.m.
 

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

Paula Rosolen / Flags


Flags and banners are integral parts of our lives. They indicate affiliation with a football club in stadiums or represent a nation during a political event. They are skilfully twirled through the air and are used at sea and by the military to communicate signals and messages. And even though people can now communicate across great distances almost in real time thanks to satellites and broadband networks, flags retain their importance for transporting messages. In her new piece, Frankfurt choreographer Paula Rosolen therefore focuses on this much-ignored means of communication. She superimposes various semiotic systems of using flags to create a semiotic language of her own, which is meant to transmit messages between her ensemble of dancers and the audience. The theatre becomes an experimental ground on which fundamental principles of communication – including misunderstandings and misdirected information – can be playfully experienced which validity even in the age of binary code.

Dates & Events
Sun 02.02.2020 -  6 p.m.
4 p.m. - Get together
 

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

Paula Rosolen / Flags


Flags and banners are integral parts of our lives. They indicate affiliation with a football club in stadiums or represent a nation during a political event. They are skilfully twirled through the air and are used at sea and by the military to communicate signals and messages. And even though people can now communicate across great distances almost in real time thanks to satellites and broadband networks, flags retain their importance for transporting messages. In her new piece, Frankfurt choreographer Paula Rosolen therefore focuses on this much-ignored means of communication. She superimposes various semiotic systems of using flags to create a semiotic language of her own, which is meant to transmit messages between her ensemble of dancers and the audience. The theatre becomes an experimental ground on which fundamental principles of communication – including misunderstandings and misdirected information – can be playfully experienced which validity even in the age of binary code.

Dates & Events
Mon 03.02.2020 -  8 p.m.
 

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

Glogowski/Hoesch


Matter of Facts

What holds community(s) together? For their new music theatre piece, the two theatre makers Gregor Glogowski and Benjamin Hoesch set out in search of hard-hitting answers in a percussion studio. Beyond the usual discourse and ideologies surrounding community, they accompany the two virtuoso specialists Yuka Ohta and Yu-Ling Chiu in their daily research on rhythm. How does one share a pulse? What does it mean to groove together? And what can acoustically connect people beyond four-four common time? The Labor Arena, designed in collaboration with composer Diego Ramos Rodríguez, invites the audience to gather around an oversize sound object constructed out of two marimbas, a xylophone and a vibraphone with 172 keys and a range of 5 octaves. Rhythm as a common ritual and choreography is the main focus of the evening, opening up a force field of light and concrete sound. The stage becomes a divided place where everyone can re-examine their longing for synchronicity.

Dates & Events
Sat 08.02.2020 -  8 p.m.
 

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

Glogowski/Hoesch


Matter of Facts

What holds community(s) together? For their new music theatre piece, the two theatre makers Gregor Glogowski and Benjamin Hoesch set out in search of hard-hitting answers in a percussion studio. Beyond the usual discourse and ideologies surrounding community, they accompany the two virtuoso specialists Yuka Ohta and Yu-Ling Chiu in their daily research on rhythm. How does one share a pulse? What does it mean to groove together? And what can acoustically connect people beyond four-four common time? The Labor Arena, designed in collaboration with composer Diego Ramos Rodríguez, invites the audience to gather around an oversize sound object constructed out of two marimbas, a xylophone and a vibraphone with 172 keys and a range of 5 octaves. Rhythm as a common ritual and choreography is the main focus of the evening, opening up a force field of light and concrete sound. The stage becomes a divided place where everyone can re-examine their longing for synchronicity.

Dates & Events
Sun 09.02.2020 -  6 p.m.
 

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

Glogowski/Hoesch


Matter of Facts

What holds community(s) together? For their new music theatre piece, the two theatre makers Gregor Glogowski and Benjamin Hoesch set out in search of hard-hitting answers in a percussion studio. Beyond the usual discourse and ideologies surrounding community, they accompany the two virtuoso specialists Yuka Ohta and Yu-Ling Chiu in their daily research on rhythm. How does one share a pulse? What does it mean to groove together? And what can acoustically connect people beyond four-four common time? The Labor Arena, designed in collaboration with composer Diego Ramos Rodríguez, invites the audience to gather around an oversize sound object constructed out of two marimbas, a xylophone and a vibraphone with 172 keys and a range of 5 octaves. Rhythm as a common ritual and choreography is the main focus of the evening, opening up a force field of light and concrete sound. The stage becomes a divided place where everyone can re-examine their longing for synchronicity.

Dates & Events
Mon 10.02.2020 -  8 p.m.
 

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

SKART/Masters of the Universe


When you’re tired of absolutely everything, you can bury your head in the sand. Or put your foot down. Or just pull the sun from the sky – that’s how the Russian futurists did it a hundred years ago in the opera “Victory Over the Sun”. Get rid of everything that you believe to know. Start from the beginning. Reset, update, restart. SKART/Masters of the Universe focus on the last shreds of ripped-up power relations between the old and the young, the disturbing search for failed childhood dreams and the question: when did someone slap an expiry date based on age onto free thinking. The All Ages Super Group is supported by Hamburg musician Manuel Chittka (Jungstötter, Messer) and live comic artist Anke Feuchtenberger.

Dates & Events
Fri 21.02.2020 -  8 p.m.
 

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

SKART/Masters of the Universe


When you’re tired of absolutely everything, you can bury your head in the sand. Or put your foot down. Or just pull the sun from the sky – that’s how the Russian futurists did it a hundred years ago in the opera “Victory Over the Sun”. Get rid of everything that you believe to know. Start from the beginning. Reset, update, restart. SKART/Masters of the Universe focus on the last shreds of ripped-up power relations between the old and the young, the disturbing search for failed childhood dreams and the question: when did someone slap an expiry date based on age onto free thinking. The All Ages Super Group is supported by Hamburg musician Manuel Chittka (Jungstötter, Messer) and live comic artist Anke Feuchtenberger.

Dates & Events
Sat 22.02.2020 -  8 p.m.
 

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