by Reginald Rose.

Directed by Kayleigh Stubbs, assisted by Nele Giese.

Twelve Angry Jurors (Twelve Angry Men)

 

 

A man is dead. The life of another is at stake.

Twelve jurors must decide the fate of a young boy in this gripping 1950s courtroom drama. A behind-closed-doors look at the American legal system sees a diverse group of twelve jurors sweat it out in New York on the hottest day of the year. One man stands alone in the pursuit of justice. The fierce and passionate conflict which follows cuts straight to the heart of the issues of civil liberties and social justice.

 

With a life in their hands and death in their minds, is there enough reasonable doubt of his guilt to fulfil this grave responsibility and reach a unanimous verdict?

 

Cast

Part Actor
Foreman Valerie Doyle
2nd Juror Ralph Fellows
3rd Juror Martina Plieger
4th Juror Alexander Aschikhin
5th Juror Clara Kühl
6th Juror Mat Nichol
7th Juror Amy Lee
8th Juror Camilo Daza
9th Juror Roger Graves
10th Juror Nora Farrell
11th Juror Lexi von Hoffmann
12th Juror Jocasta Godlieb
Guard Hannah Hockley

 

Performances

Wednesday 8th June to Saturday 11th June 2016 at 7.30 pm (plus matinée on Saturday 11th June at 3:30 pm) and Wednesday 15th June to Saturday 18th June 2016 at 7.30 pm

Theater an der Marschnerstraße (Marschnerstraße 46, 22081 Hamburg)

 

Tickets

Prices from €10 to €16.

Premiere Wednesday 8th June, all tickets €10.

 

Tickets can be bought:

Reservations can be made

  • by e-mail - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or
  • by phoning Hamburg Players Hotline 040/713 13 99.
  • by phoning Abendkasse Tel. 040/29 26 65

 

An evening of short American plays

directed by Valerie Doyle

American short plays

 

 

Amateurs

by David Auburn

Politics and ethics collide when a young woman confronts an older political operative whom she believes helped wreck her father's career.

The Hamburg Players’ entry at the Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies (FEATS) in Luxembourg 2014, awarded prizes for best production and best actress.

Cast

Part Actor
Man Jonathan Greenman
Woman Ellen Bergman
Secretary Mathilde Berry

 

Sure Thing

by David Ives

A classic of contemporary comedy where two people meet in a café and find their way through a conversational minefield as a stage bell interrupts their false starts, gaffes, and faux pas on the way to falling in love.

Cast

Part Actor
Bill Alexander Armster-Wikoff
Betty Madeleine Lange

 

Soap Opera

by David Ives

A washing-machine repairman falls in love with a picture-perfect washer. Should he tell his girlfriend Mabel? Is the washer two-timing him with a dryer? Stay tuned!

The Hamburg Players’ forthcoming entry at the Festival of European Anglophone Theatrical Societies (FEATS) in Brussels 2016.

Cast

Part Actor
Repairman Alexander Armster-Wikoff
Maitre D’/Madman Harald Djürken
Mother/Machine Amy Lee
Mabel Madeleine Lange
Friend Kris Löschmann

 

Performances

Wednesday 3rd February to Saturday 6th February 2016 at 7.30 pm (plus matinée on Saturday 6th February at 3:30 pm) and Wednesday 10th February to Saturday 13th February 2016 at 7.30 pm

Theater an der Marschnerstraße (Marschnerstraße 46, 22081 Hamburg)

 

Tickets

Prices from €10 to €16.

Premiere Wednesday 3rd February, all tickets €10.

 

Tickets can be bought:

Reservations can be made

  • by e-mail - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or
  • by phoning Hamburg Players Hotline 040/713 13 99.
  • Marschnerstr. 46, 22081 Hamburg, Abendkasse Tel. 040/29 26 65

 

by Robert Louis Stevenson.

Adapted and directed by Lexi von Hoffmann, assisted by Julian St. Clair.

Treasure Island Flyer

 

 

Yohoho, and a bottle of rum!

When youngster Jim Hawkins finds a clue to the legacy of the pirate Captain Flint in a dead man's chest he unwittingly sets a tumultuous treasure hunt in motion that attracts a cast of wild and colourful characters. At the center of R.L. Stevenson's iconic story about greed, honour, duty, mutiny, fear and courage, Jim finds himself up against the infamous Long John Silver, a study of good and evil with ever-shifting loyalties. As the tides of fortune turn between the steadfast crew and the increasingly desperate mutineers, Jim's reckless audacity may be the only thing that can save his friends from being marooned on Treasure Island. 

 

Cast

Part Actress/Actor
Mary Nele Giese
Mrs Hawkins Carol Kloevekorn
Belle Sonja Bahnsen
Billy Bones John Kirby
Jim Hawkins Fiona Beaton
Bridget Norris Birgit Lüdemann-Winther
Redruth Wiebke Störtenbecker
Sally Munn Margaret Mader-Evans
Dr. Livesey Roger Graves
Hunter Piet Hansen
Black Dog Julian St. Clair
Blind Pew Sandra Weser
Israel Hands Charlotte Bock
George Merry Amanda Lee
Pete Stevens Sonja Bahnsen
Trelawney Valerie Doyle
Joyce Ronny Nowak
John Silver Martina Plieger
Abraham Gray Suraj Valand
Alan Jones Sandra Weser
Dick Johnson Clara Kühl
Job Anderson Ursula Schmidt
José de los Mares Iara Sandomirsky
Meg Smith Liz Härtwig
‘Redcap’ O’Brien Nele Giese
Sue Sullivan Kayleigh Stubbs
Tom Morgan Lynda Matschke
Yashka Petrov Julia Holm
Smollett Harald Djürken
Benn Gunn Dave Duke

 

Performances

Wednesday 4th November to Saturday 7th November at 7:30 pm plus matinée on Saturday 7th November at 3:30 pm and Wednesday 11th November to Saturday 14th November at 7.30 pm.

Mittwoch 4. November bis Samstag 7. November sowie Mittwoch 11. November bis Samstag 14. November um 19:30. Matinée am Samstag 7. November um 15:30.

Theater an der Marschnerstraße

Tickets

Prices from €10 to €16.

Premiere Wednesday 4th November, all tickets €10.

Tickets can be bought:

Reservations can be made

  • by e-mail - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or
  • by phoning Hamburg Players Hotline 040/713 13 99.
  • Marschnerstr. 46, 22081 Hamburg, Abendkasse Tel. 040/29 26 65

 

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