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Young people seem no doubt because to have that Mr will cope with wild garlic in his manner of conducting and even the promise can be remove from the curator not to betray him. Mr wild garlic blurts out again with anecdotes from his life in the GDR in the normal course of the exhibition and vividly reported experiences of the Staatsbuerger education and thereby once again collects sympathy points among young people. Like the young people respond to offers, to read former high about capitalism or a report on the shortage economy in the GDR. Great enthusiasm reaps the scene in Mr Arndt and Mr wild garlic represent the everyday life of a student from West Berlin, Jochen, and a student from East Berlin, Anke, who are in love. When the scene is now introduced for young people, Mr fights wild garlic in his impulsiveness vehemently against this task. Big laughs from the ranks of young people follow when Mr but surly, a bear’s garlic, on the role of the Anke and the Everyday of the 14 year-old Anke von wake you up in the cold oven apartment above the teaching of productive work”in the school plays to the first meeting and phone call with Jochen. As a special and emotional experience – among other things – the scene called in the final round, in the a classmate of Ms.

Pfeiffer and Mr. Arndt, in the roles of Stasi employees, playful as unofficial Assistant (IN the) advertising. This is projected in the other exhibition space for the other pupils on a wall at the same time. As a highlight, the reenactment of the peaceful revolution and the fall of the wall is experienced by young people. Each plays a role here teenager and stations such as the occupation of the Hungarian Embassy, Monday demonstrations, the Politburo of the SED, and finally the wall opening is played together with the actresses.

The young politician of the SED or moderators go up in their roles as border policemen, FRG – GDR, completely and dancing enthusiastically at the fall of the wall on the wall of the game”. A successful end forms the final round, in which young people can give feedback. Feedback is a thunderous applause of young people for the theatrical”exhibition. Mrs Pffeiffer is then convinced by young people to make Mr wild garlic after this successful premiere. “” The screenplay by George Piller, is consciously designed so that young people at the end of the theatrical exhibition “discuss whether governance by the theatrical exhibition” is wanted or whether the Museum staff really previously has not spoken out. “This is the appeal, which is the young people from the first moment of theatrical exhibition” let rip with. The special scenery of Markus Potter, consisting of green wood panels, history in pictures drawn with chalk suitable illustrated the GDR and FRG -, gives the theatrical exhibition”their special Austellungscharakter. Thus, the FUND problem get their attention as real parts of the stage setting. The project finds is funded by the Federal Foundation for the refurbishment of the SED dictatorship and the youth and family foundation of the Federal State of Berlin. Time: 03.11.09 09.12.09 at every working day, each at 9:30 and 11:30, admission is free! We recommend also the performance of the GRIPS Theatre “Lilly unter den Linden”. Venue: GRIPS logins are Center in Podewil, Klosterstrasse 68, on the U-BHF Klosterstrasse (U2) still possible at: GRIPS Werke e.V. Agnes Ehrig, Gwen Schluter, Frauke Backhaus mo. -Fri from 09:00 – 15:00 Tel. 030-247 497 83, fax 030-247-497-76