Der Schuh des Manitu
The Deutsches Theater München and the Salzburger Landestheater present in cooperation with Stage Entertainment & herbX film
DER SCHUH DES MANITU
Based on the cult film by Michael Bully Herbig
The Wild West as a wild musical
Saturday: 3pm and 7:30pm
Sunday: 2:30pm and 7pm
The performance takes place with 2Gplus regulation and a FFP2 mask obligation. Access to the theater is possible for fully vaccinated and from Covid 19 recovered persons who can prove a negative certified antigen test (not older than 24 hours). A test is not required for persons who have had their booster vaccination more than 15 days ago. It is mandatory to wear an FFP2 mask in the entire interior of the theatre also during the performance. The auditorium will be narrowed to 25% and distances will be guaranteed.
Please bring your proof of vaccination or your proof of recovery from Covid 19 (digital or paper), your ID card as well as the certificate of a negative antigen test and an FFP2 mask.
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Thrilling stage adaptation
In cooperation with the Salzburger Landestheater, we’re bringing the musical Der Schuh des Manitu (Manitou’s Shoe) based on the eponymous film hit from 2001 by German comedian and author Michael Bully Herbig to our stage. It’s a hilarious show full of imagination, charm and, of course, song classics like the „Superperforator“ as well as new numbers.
„Der Schuh des Manitu (Manitou’s Shoe) will turn 20 this year and we’re partying on the musical stage. You can’t celebrate your 20th birthday any better!“ Michael Bully Herbig
Number One of the cinema charts
For the original film, Bully did not only act as director, producer and writer, but also played two of the main roles. The western was a parody of the cultic German Karl May-films from the 1960es, and is still the most successful German-speaking movie in Germany of all time, with 11.7 million visitors.
The performances of Der Schuh des Manitu have been postponed to the period 13th of October 2021 to 9th of January 2022. München Ticket customers who provided contact data have already been informed about the next steps. If you have not received any information or did not provide contact data, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. In most cases your tickets retain their validity for the respective day of the week (current date minus 1). This means that e.g. a ticket that was valid for Friday, October 30th, 2020 is now valid for Friday, October 29th, 2021. However, there are a few exceptions that can be found in this schedule. … more information on postponed events