15.05.2012 07:57 Pfingstsonntag, 27. Mai, 20.00 Uhr, Fr. 28.–

Theater in Zürich: Henning Mankell zu Gast im Theater Rigiblick am Pfingstsonntag

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Von: Theater Rigiblick

Henning Mankell, der in seinem Teatro Avenida in Maputo, der Hauptstadt von Mozambique, im Moment ein Ibsen-Stück inszeniert, wird über seine Erlebnisse in Afrika erzählen. In englischer Sprache.

Henning Mankell was born in Stockholm and grew up in a small town in the north of Sweden called Sveg, where Henning spent his childhood. His father, Ivar Mankell raised his children himself and he always encouraged them to read, but he never told them what to read. So Henning Mankell read a lot about the African explorers and imagined that the logs in Ljusnan, the river that runs through Sveg, were crocodiles in the Congo. Africa was the most exotic place I could imagine – the end of the world – and I knew I would go there one day. Der letzte Besuch von Henning Mankell im September 2011 anlässlich der Premiere von «Miles oder die Pendeluhr aus Montreux» war eine Sternstunde! Unser Tipp: auf keinen Fall diese Veranstaltung verpassen!
Pfingstsonntag, 27. Mai, 20.00 Uhr, Fr. 28.–

 

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