Max und Moritz

Max und Moritz

nach Wilhelm Busch, Regie: Antú Romero Nunes

A Tale of Bad Boys for Grown-Ups

Based on Wilhelm Busch

Coproduction with Berliner Ensemble

Premiere

Max and Moritz are Germany’s best-known pranksters. For more than a century, their joyous anarchism and grim fate have fascinated children and adults alike. Wilhelm Busch’s picaresque tale is the most popular children’s book in the world. Set at a turning point of the 19th century, Bush’s stories depict a society faced with radical changes. Whilst the stories’ grown-ups cling to the crusty traditions and established order of the Biedermeier period, the two good-for-nothings boisterously attack this bourgeois complacency.

Antú Romero Nunes, born in Tübingen in 1983, is one of the most defining directors of his generation. He worked, among others, at Thalia Theatre Hamburg, the Burgtheater Vienna and the Berliner Ensemble. Ruhrfestspiele audiences probably remember him best for his smash hit production Don Giovanni. The Last Party (2016). This year, Nunes has re-imagined Max and Moritz for an adult audience. His re-telling a malicious romp filled with black humour and plenty of music.

01 Vorabfoto Max Und Moritz Foto Moritz Haase
Fotos: Moritz Haase/Berliner Ensemble
02 Vorabfoto Max Und Moritz Foto Moritz Haase

Suitable from:

14+

Public discussion:

11. Mai, following the performance

With:

Constanze Becker, Annika Meier, Sascha Nathan, Tilo Nest, Stefanie Reinsperger, u. a.

Direction:

Antú Romero Nunes

Dramaturgy:

Sabrina Zwach

Stage:

Matthias Koch

Costumes:

Victoria Behr

Music:

Johannes Hofmann, Carolina Bigge

Live-Music:

Carolina Bigge

Price:

From €31

10. May

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