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Retrospect

7 May - 18:00 h (Local Time)
Panoramakino

Photo: Sebastian Bisch

VON KOPF BIS FUSS AUF LIEBE EINGESTELLT (Falling in Love Again)

A musical-literary revue with Dagmar Manzel, Max Hopp and Adam Benzwi on piano, arranged by Gerhard Ahrens

Musical reading on 7 May 2017 at 18:00h in the Panoramakino

THE REVUE
Accompanied by Adam Benzwi, Dagmar Manzel and Max Hopp sing the most beautiful love songs from the Romantic period to the 1960s, from Heinrich Heine to Kurt Tucholsky, and from Robert Schumann to Jacques Brel. When Dagmar Manzel sings of the yearning experienced by a woman in love, she creates an intimate, breathtaking moment for the audience.

THE ARTISTS

Dagmar Manzel portrays her characters with great intensity – which is confirmed by a number of awards. Manzel has played the Nuremberg Tatort police commissioner Paula Ringelhahn since 2015. Music has gradually taken on more importance for the actress. In addition to her great achievements in musicals and operetta productions at the Komische Oper Berlin (A Woman Who Knows What She Wants and The Pearls of Cleopatra), Manzel demonstrates her skills as a singer in solo performances.

Max Hopp currently performs at the Komische Oper Berlin. He and Dagmar Manzel play all 20 roles in the operetta A Woman Who Knows What She Wants. He also plays the part of the quirky Professor Henry Higgins in My Fair Lady. Hopp was previously a member of the ensemble at the Deutsches Schauspielhaus in Hamburg and at the Volksbühne Berlin.

Pianist Adam Benzwi, who was born in California and has lived in Berlin since 1984, is passionately devoted to the forgotten music of the "Golden Twenties". Benzwi's productions include Cabaret at Berlin's Bar jeder Vernunft and My Fair Lady at the Admiralspalast. He has also created solo programs for renowned artists. Adam Benzwi is a professor for musicals/shows at the Berlin University of the Arts.