Das Schlangenei (the serpent's egg) - in German
Let’s go to the beautiful rococo Cuvilliés Theatre to watch “Das Schlangenei” (the serpent’s egg) on the “Theatertag” (tickets only cost €15) However if you want to come, you should hurry up because there are just few tickets left.
The play is taken from an Ingmar Bergman’s movie, which was filmed in Munich in Protected content and describes a broken Germany, questioning the idea of democracy. Abel Rosenberg, an American-born Jew is an unemployed alcoholic and former trapeze artist, who uses alcohol to help him deal with the horrific nature and uncertainties of life in Protected content post war Germany as poverty and inflation have destroyed the German economy at the time.
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