Have breakfast

1/20/24 to 4/17/24 in Parchim

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The next dates:

  • Wednesday, Apr 17, 202419:30 - 00:00 clock
Scene & Trends, Theatre & Stage, Tradition & Folklore

Comedy by Gene Stone and Ray Cooney, German by Christian Wölffer, Low German by Jochen Schütt and Katharina Mahnke

 

"Rules! Civilized! What's the point of all this? It's for the nors." - Schwerin's old town in the 70s: When 19-year-old Luise from the shared flat next door bursts into Georg's apartment, heavily pregnant, the lively party girl shakes up the orderly life of the settled thirty-something. But what is a postal worker who has been abandoned by his wife supposed to do with a flighty country bumpkin with a hunger for life and vice versa? They quickly start to beat each other over the head with clichés, but when she goes into labor and he starts to feel like a father, everything could change for the two of them.

In their touching hit comedy Why Not Stay for Breakfast?, Gene Stone and Ray Cooney don't just set two lonely hearts against each other in a way that could hardly be more different. Both authors also succeed in the most delicious way in reconciling freedom and responsibility in this unequal couple. - Opposites attract!

 

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Event dates
  • Saturday, Jan 20, 2024 19:30 - 00:00 clock
  • Wednesday, Feb 21, 2024 19:30 - 00:00 clock
  • Wednesday, Apr 17, 2024 19:30 - 00:00 clock
Event Location

Culture mill Parchim

Fischerdamm 2
19370 Parchim


Contact the organiser

Mecklenburg State Theater

Alter Garten 2
19055 Schwerin


service@mecklenburgisches-staatstheater.de
03855300123

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