A quirky maritime cabaret evening with Chanson-Nette & Trio Scho
Don't worry, theater seats and café chairs won't be tilted when Chanson-Nette and the Ukrainian-Russian band "Trio Scho" get going.
Songs by bargemen and sailors, sung by the young cabaret artist Isa Vermehren in the early 30s in Werner Finck's Berlin cabaret "Katakombe", will get our audience going and set their inner compass spinning. But chansons by Georges Brassens, Hermann Leopoldi and old master Friedrich Hollaender also come over the railing with renewed vigor. Turned on by emotional waves, through shallow and deep waters, in the face of crises and the worrying world situation - but always on course, at wind force 12.
Berlin landlubbers venture out to sea in this musical-cabaret program, but not just with rum dredging and sailor's brides, but with depth. The Berlin ex-Spreejungfrau chats with Gennadij Desatnik, Valeriy Khoryshman and Alexander Franz, in short, with her boys, about childhood love, longing, wanderlust, freedom, the courage to take risks, lies, safe harbors, figureheads and the occasional blow in the water.
"Don't tattoo me an anchor, tattoo me my bride!" What's the point of these sea shanties? It's simple: even intellectuals are allowed to show their penchant for kitsch and get sentimental. Men are allowed to let their macho side hang out. And the women? They also like to play the figurehead.
Ahoy, high time for this quirky maritime evening.
Reservation: Ticket phone 030-8052311 or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. More information: www.mutter-fourage.de. Bookings can also be made via Chanson-Nette Jeannette Urzendowsky, mail: email@example.com, phone: 0171-4178376.
How to get there: From Wannsee S-Bahn station, take BVG buses 316, 118 or 318 to the "Rathaus Wannsee" exit. Turn into Chausseestraße at the old Wannsee town hall. After approx. 150 meters on the left there is a large parking lot opposite the Mutter Fourage with gallery, culture barn, café, nursery and organic store.
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Chanson-Nette Jeannette Urzendowsky