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A quirky maritime cabaret evening with Chanson-Nette & Trio Scho

Don't worry, Potsdam's theater ship "Sturmvogel" doesn't get tilted when Chanson-Nette and the Ukrainian-Russian band “Trio Scho” get going. Songs of the inland boatmen and sailors, which the young cabaret artist Isa Vermehren sang in Werner Finck's Berlin cabaret “Katakombe” in the early 1930s, get our audience going and our inner compass spinning. Especially since there is certainly no better stage for this program than the former hold of the Brandenburg inland freighter "Sturmvogel", which was converted into a theater.



But chansons by Georges Brassens, Hermann Leopoldi and old master Friedrich Hollaender also come over the railing with new vigor. Turned on by waves of emotion, through shallow and deep waters, in the face of crises and the worrying world situation - but always on course, in wind force 12.


Berlin landlubbers venture out to sea in this musical-cabaret program, but not just with digging around and sailor brides, but with a lot of depth. The Berlin ex-Spree maiden chats with Gennadij Desatnik, Valeriy Khoryshman and Alexander Franz, in short, with her boys, about youthful love, longings, wanderlust, freedom, the courage to take risks, lies, safe havens, about figureheads and the occasional blow in the water . “Don’t tattoo me with an anchor, tattoo me with my bride!”


What's actually about the sea shanties? Quite simply: even intellectuals are allowed to show their penchant for kitsch a little and become sentimental. The men can let their machismo shine. And women? You also like to act as a figurehead. Ahoy, high time for this strange maritime evening.

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Additional information
Booking: Tickets 22€ p.p. (reduced 17€ p.p.) in advance - box office: 25€ (20€), book via the "Schedule" section and the "reservix" ticket portal on the ship's website www.theaterschiff-potsdam.de. Or via the ticket telephone 0331-23616489. By e-mail: kontakt@theaterschiff-potsdam.de. Ticket requests are also accepted by "Chanson-Nette" Jeannette Urzendowsky, email: info@chanson-nette.de, phone: 0171-4178376. More information on other programs and dates can be found on her website: www.chanson-nette.de
Participating artists
Chanson-Nette Jeannette Urzendowsky
Gennadij Desatnik
Valeriy Khoryshman
Alexander Franz
Dates
April 2024
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