Tannhäuser

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Kirsten Harms’ 2008 production of Tannhäuser is epically dazzling, with more than a few baffling touches. It features naked nymphs, flying gargoyles, a fairy tale medieval court for the Act II contest scene and sinful pilgrims roasting in a fiery pit of hell. If it isn’t always clear what Harms’ point is – as in the final act, here set it in a military hospital – the indeterminacy only contributes to the cumulative effect.

Upcoming Performances:

Sa 11. November 2017, 18.30 Uhr / D-Preise: € 128,– / 94,– / 67,– / 39,– / Tickets

So 19. November 2017, 17.00 Uhr / D-Preise: € 128,– / 94,– / 67,– / 39,– / Tickets

Sa 02. Dezember 2017, 18.00 Uhr / D-Preise: € 128,– / 94,– / 67,– / 39,– / Tickets

Mo 02. April 2018, 17.00 Uhr / D-Preise: € 128,– / 94,– / 67,– / 39,– / Tickets

So 08. April 2018, 17.00 Uhr / D-Preise: € 128,– / 94,– / 67,– / 39,– / Tickets

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