International cross-cultural Danish/German collaboration creates in English a sexy, musical cabaret about love in the 21st century.
Copenhagen’s newest English+ theatre company and Hamburg-based ManusArts have collaborated to bring an exciting blend of German and Scandinavian theatre – stories and songs about sex, love, and cheating in the 21st century. “Sex and Betrayal” will perform in 12 October in Malmö at 19:00 hrs.
Sex has always been part of collective cultural conscience, with numerous stories and songs written on the subject, from self-help books to “how to get a man/woman” quizzes in the pages of magazines. But what happens when you add betrayal to the mix, and just what does “Women’s Own” have to say about that? We’ll explore the start of love to/and through the start of an affair to find out what happens when you are at the right place at the wrong time. Is it all fun and games until someone gets kicked out of the house for a lip-stick stain on the shirt collar or are a lot of us secretly interested in a little adventure from time to time? Join us, as we examine the ins and outs of intimacy, the plurality of monogamy, and what it really means to let the heart decide.
The play stars Jana Pulkrabek, ManusArts artistic director and actor, as well as the German musical performer Sigmar Tonk. They will be joined on stage by the Danish actor and musician Jens Blegaa, who was also a founding member of DTRH. The play is directed by Jeremy Thomas-Poulsen, DTRH’s artistic director who was also named #1 Trailblazer in English Theatre 2015.
Location and date: MAF, Torpg. 21 in Malmö, Wednesday 12 October, 19:00-21:00.
Price: 150 SEK
MAF member: 120 SEK
Students under 25: 80 SEK
Book by phone: 0706101564
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or pay at the door.
Minimum age is 18.