Three Wishes Free XL
Das Deutsche Theater München präsentiert
Aufgrund der mehrfachen pandemiebedingten Verlegung wurde die Veranstaltung in verschiedenen Bestuhlungsvarianten (Silbersaal, Theatersaal mit Abständen) verkauft. Da eine platzgenaue Umplatzierung aus systemtechnischen Gründen nicht möglich ist, wird die Veranstaltung mit freier Platzwahl im Theatersaal stattfinden. Wir versichern Ihnen, dass unser Theatersaal genügend schöne Plätze mit guter Sicht auf die Bühne bietet.
Humorous and quirky
Tom Bauer has thrilled around 40,000 visitors with his musical satire Oschnputtl. With Three Wishes Free, the cultural prize winner has now conjured up a new cabaret musical for the stage, for which for the first time he has not used a well-known fairy tale, but has invented and written the story himself. And even if thereby everything turns around the Bavarian purity law, it will go on on the stage by no means beer-seriously but used humorously and wonderfully obliquely.
Bavaria – well-known for the worst beer of the world
Three desires freely kidnapped into the year 1516. duke William IV. has straight the federal state parliament together drummed, in order to decide the probably most important document of Bavaria – the Bavarian purity law! But Furunkula, the magic fairy, gets in the way. Quite by mistake: Furunkula is just thinking about her shopping list for the weekly market: celery, tomatoes, chives, 12 pairs of wieners, meat loaf… oh, who’s going to remember all that? So she writes down what she thinks is her shopping list on a piece of paper. But strangely enough, the signature of the great Duke Wilhelm is on it. Later, when the Duke enters the balcony and the people cheer him, she realizes what she has done: The Bavarian purity law has been completely screwed up by Furunkula. Frightened, she accidentally conjures herself a good 500 years into the future and realizes with horror that Bavaria is known worldwide for the worst beer – and she alone is to blame.
Three characters – ten roles
In his usual manner, Tom Bauer shows his talent for bringing the Bavarian language onto the stage with a lot of wit and in rhyming form. Ten roles, played and sung by only three people. The type cabaret is highly musically rounded off by strong compositions and three-part singing – accompanied by a grand piano. With Veronika Frank and Sebastian Hagengruber, Tom Bauer has brought on board two professionals who slip into different roles with wit and charm in equal measure.
D’Holledauer Musikanten perform
What would a Bavarian musical be without brass music? Helmut Schranner and his Holledauer Musikanten add the right spice to the theater evening. With tuba, saxophone, trumpet, bass trumpet and bells, it gets really hearty. The four musicians perform pieces newly arranged especially for the Deutsches Theater.
The performance (originally Feb. 19, 2021) has been rescheduled for May 27th, 2022 due to illness It will take place in the grand theatre. Tickets remain valid. For questions, please contact München Ticket at www.muenchenticket.de/tickets/kontaktformular or the vendor through which you purchased the tickets.