01 November 2018 to 04 November 2018
01 November 2018 to 04 November 2018

FIGHT! PALAST #membersonly / PENG! Palast


This production deals with the alleged freedom and self-determination of generation Y in a critical way. The basis of this project lies in the actors’ own biographies—daily routines and experiences in badly paid side jobs, smelly and stuffy kickboxing basements and cosy support groups. Inspired by the novel Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk, PENG! Palast creates its own fighting arena to live out suppressed desires, only to get knocked out by its own utopias.

Only those who are willing to risk defeat have the ability to win. Will YOU be accepted? #membersonly!?

Through the examination of their biographies, fears and desires, PENG! Palast (Bern, Switzerland) condenses theatre classics or bestsellers into a personal space to create a realistic and contiguous experience for the audience. The direct interaction with the audience is part of their programme.

Co-director: Christoph Keller & Dennis Schwabenland
Dramaturgy: Mathias Bremgartner
Co-author: Raphael Urweider
Performers, Writers Table: Nina Mariel Kohler, Christoph Keller, Dennis Schwabenland /Set : Myriam de Wurstemberger
Technical director: Tonio Finkam / Sound design: Joachim Budweiser
Production management, Writers Table: Roland Amrein

Genre: Postdramatic physical theatre
Language: English
Price: € 12,60 in the presale, € 10 at the box office

How to book your tickets?

Before Friday, 2 November, 16:00, you can book your tickets:

  • online;
  • by calling Munich ticketing call centre at +49 8954 818181 (Mon-Fri 9:00-19:00, Sat 9:00-14:00. Closed on Sundays and public holidays, including 1 November);
  • at the ticketing desk at Gasteig München.

After Friday, 2 November, 16:00, you can reserve your tickets:

  • by calling the Reaktorhalle’s box-office at +49 1525 6561006 or in person 1 hour before the performance begins;
  • by requesting assistance at the info desk at Gasteig München.

Please check the accessibility of the venue here.

Luisenstraße 37A
2 November, 2018 - 20:00 to 22:00

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