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

There is no home like place / Antonio Cerezo

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What happens to us when the surroundings of our home are changing drastically? When we no longer recognise the place where we were born and feel more and more like strangers? This “paper theatre” piece tells the story of a man facing these questions, fighting to accept that his “safe place” is gone and forced to find a home again. Is home a place? A very personal, poetic and humorous reflexion.

Antonio Cerezo is a Mexican-born actor and director, who works in Mexico, the USA and Europe. In 1998, he became a member of La Mama New York where he worked for 7 years, doubling in institutions such as the Lincoln Center, Mabou Mines, The Ohio Theater and St. Ann’s Warehouse. Since 2007 he is living and working in Germany, as actor, director, puppet player, choreographer and teacher. His German work experience spans the Berliner Festspiele, Volksbühne Berlin, Thalia Theater Hamburg, Theaterhaus Jena, the Sophiensaele, Chamäleon Theater, Ballhaus Ost and the Schaubude. As an intercultural project, “There‘s no home like place” received funding from the Senate of Berlin.

Performance:  Antonio Cerezo  
Assistance:  Larissa Polaco
Stage design and construction: Vanessa Farfán
Original music: Rodrigo Castillo Filomarino

Language: English
Genre: Paper theatre
Price: € 12,60

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 HochX’s box-office at +49 8990 155102 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.

HochX
Entenbachstraße 37
D-81541
München
Deutschland
2 November, 2018 - 20:00 to 21:00

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