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Lulu opera: a classical musician’s review

in O & P Highlights/Opera by

“If you happen to open a piano-vocal score of Lulu, it looks like a vengeful composer threw up random spots of black onto the musical staff, tied some rhythms to it, and called it a day. And yet… it sounds like glorious music.”

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Theatre: Is “Proof” any good, after all?

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"Proof." Photo courtesy of English Theatre Leipzig.

“Watching ‘Proof’ in a sold out venue had its merits in terms of entertainment and cultural experience. But was the play any good and will it be worth attending next Saturday? You’ll find out here.”

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HALLE 14: what all the production’s about

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Project by Studio Swine @ HALLE 14. (Photo © Elizabeth Gerdeman)

As part of the Spinnerei Fall Gallery Tour, HALLE 14 is opening its doors at 3 pm Saturday, 8 September, to kick off the exhibition New Urban Production. The project is a search for new relationships between art, design and technology, and their visibility in urban space.

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“Proof” that English Theatre’s back

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On "Proof," staged by ETL in Leipzig. (Photo: public domain)

A theatre play that won both the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play is coming to Leipzig. Brace yourself for a delightful night with great acting and existential questions – “Proof” is here.

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Lulu opera: a female artist’s perspective

in O & P Highlights/Opera by
Lulu Premiere 16.06.2018: Rebecca Nelsen, Patrick Vogel. (Photo © Tom Schulze)

In the first of a two-part piece, maeshelle west-davies and Christopher Lade go see Lulu. She speaks up first. Will they agree or agree to disagree?

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Families Belong Together: rally in Leipzig

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A group in Leipzig is protesting the criminalization and separation of migrant families in the US.

“I have called on religious communities throughout Leipzig to show up and participate, on schools and friends and relatives, on students and the international community, and I hope that there will be a gigantic response which shows these kids and their parents that we see them, we care about them, and we are fighting for them,” explains the Leipzig protest organizer.

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