Thrones!

Dragon fire under the king's ass
A fantasy middle ages - in the end they are all dead - Musical


What to do when your girlfriend has just been dumped by her great love? Should she be comforted? Stand by her? Or watch the final of Game of Thrones together? Maybe she finds encouragement in murder, inbreeding and executions?


But what if she has never seen Game of Thrones? Not watching is out of the question. So there's only one thing to do: act. Eight seasons in two hours. Horses, swords, white zombies and green fire. And since there's none in the living room, you just take what you find.


But how do you make a kite in a hurry?


Jon Snow, Hodor, Daenerys the Khal, Jaime Lannister, and Arya Stark sing, dance, and murder like crazy. It's an evening where the musical takes the path of shame - Shame, Shame, Shame! - must go.


In 53 roles altogether: Caroline Frank, Ariana Schirasi-Fard, Julia Edtmeier, Gerhard Kasal, Peter Lesiak and Georg Leskovich.


Director: Nicolaus Hagg Choreography: Simon Eichenberger Musical direction: Christian Frank At the piano: Christian Frank (Béla Fischer jr.)


Set design: Enid Löser Costumes: Julia Kassmannhuber Make-up: Aurora Hummer, Angela Schnieder Props: Silke Drack Sound design: Markus Grandegger Light design: Andreas Raunig Stage design: Sascha Dreindl, Florian Mayerhofer, Christoph Skorjanec


Book, music and lyrics: Chris Grace, Zach Reino, AI Samuels, Nick Semar and Dan Wessels Producers of the English language premiere: Emily Dorezas and AI Samuels German version: Joachim Brandl & Michael Niavarani German lyrics: Sigrid Hauser Performance rights: Schultz & Schirm Bühnenverlag


From 20 November 2019 in the cabaret Simpl. Duration 2 hours (plus 20 minutes break)

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Kabarett Simpl

The "Simpl" in the Wollzeile in the first district of Vienna.
The Simpl is a cabaret opened in 1911 as beer cabaret Simplicissimus in Vienna-Innere Stadt. In the 1920s and 30s he produced cabaret greats such as Fritz Grünbaum and Karl Farkas. Until today it is one of the most successful and most important cabaret stages in Vienna. Name, lettering and the red bulldog refer to the Munich satirical magazine Simplicissimus, founded in 1896.

Opened on 25 October 1911 as the beer cabaret Simplicissimus, it was soon referred to by the Viennese as "Der Simpl". A colourful programme of chansons, piano improvisations and artistic performances etc. made the theatre one of the most popular cellar theatres in Vienna.

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