Not only the stage, but the entire ambience of the house transforms perfectly into a perfect establishment of the 1920s. The Berlin directors Pierre Caesar and Markus Pabst as well as the gifted composer and entertainer Jack Woodhead resurrect the epoch in which people were as addicted to entertainment as they are today. Always in search of frivolous sensations. The highlight: everything - the entire theater from the entrance to the foyer and toilets to the stage - and all, staff and audience, are and will be part of the scenery and the wonderfully crazy spectacle. The show is not only a close-up, authentic reflection of those fascinating 1920s, but also a sinful prophecy, which 100 years after the next decade holds for us: ambience, decoration and costumes let indulge in the flair of the 1920s The heroes of today and tomorrow, the night figures of Berlin of the 2020s, act on stage. Breathtaking burlesque dance, erotic contortion, fantastic air poetry, extravagant choreographies, beguiling melodies-at least now you immerse yourself in a unique, astonishing cosmos full of bizarre characters that do not only enchant with acrobatic excellence. Surprisingly, visually and rapidly, they unleash the famous seething dance on the volcano, stage an exuberant spectacle of high-caliber acrobatics and live music that takes them to a world populated by artists, wizards, dancers, and transvestites.
Guests can look forward to an evening that presents as elegant as it is provocative Variety Noir in its most exciting form. An evening that could have taken place 100 years ago in the old conservatory on Friedrichstraße - and how it will take place in the next 20's at this very location: in the Wintergarten Varieté Berlin. From February 14, 2020 in the winter garden!