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Karl’s Drama Group

Liebe Leute,

es ist wieder soweit! Die Karl’s Drama Group führt wieder eine kurzweilige und spannende Abendveranstaltung auf. Von Sketchen bis Mini-Dramen ist alles dabei. Die Aufführungen im Raum 307 (Musiksaal) finden statt am

Dienstag, 19:30 Uhr

Mittwoch, 19:30 Uhr

Seid herzlich eingeladen und freut euch auf unterhaltsame Szenen!

Den Flyer dazu findet ihr hier

Ein Verkauf von Brezeln, Kuchen und Getränken findet durch SchülerInnen der JS 1 statt. Der Eintritt ist frei, Spenden sind willkommen!

Karl’s Drama Group presents “One-Act Plays and Sketches”

Im Namen der Karl’s Drama Group, der englischsprachigen Theater-AG des Karls-Gymnasiums, möchte ich Sie ganz herzlich zu den beiden Aufführungen von „One-Act Plays and Sketches“ einladen.

 

Die Karl’s Drama Group führt die Stücke

am Donnerstag, den 12. Januar und am Freitag, den 13. Januar 2017

jeweils um 19 Uhr

 

im Musiksaal (R. 307) des Karls-Gymnasiums auf.

Die Karl’s Drama Group freut sich darauf, Ihnen eine Vielzahl an unterschiedlichen Charakteren sowie menschlichen Eigentümlichkeiten präsentieren zu dürfen und Ihnen den Facettenreichtum des britischen Humors nahezubringen.

Elisabeth Gentner

The Importance of Being Earnest

Zur Erinnerung:

Die englischsprachige Theater-AG des Karls-Gymnasiums möchte Sie ganz herzlich zu den beiden Aufführungen von Oscar Wildes Komödie „The Importance of Being Earnest“ einladen.

Die Karl’s Drama Group führt das Stück morgen, am

am Donnerstag, den 14. Januar und am Freitag, den 15. Januar 2016

jeweils um 19 Uhr

im Musiksaal (R. 307) des Karls-Gymnasiums auf.

Karl’s Drama Group

Karl’s Drama Group presents “The Importance of Being Earnest”

Im Namen der Karl’s Drama Group, der englischsprachigen Theater-AG des Karls-Gymnasiums, möchte ich Sie ganz herzlich zu den beiden Aufführungen von Oscar Wildes Komödie „The Importance of Being Earnest“ einladen.

Die Karl’s Drama Group führt das Stück am

am Donnerstag, den 14. Januar und am Freitag, den 15. Januar 2016

jeweils um 19 Uhr

im Musiksaal (R. 307) des Karls-Gymnasiums auf.

Die Komödie steht ganz unter Oscar Wildes Motto „In matters of great importance style, not sincerity is the vital thing.” In diesem Sinne freut sich die Karl’s Drama Group darauf, ihren Zuschauern den Facettenreichtum des britischen Humors nahebringen zu können. Nicht zuletzt wurde das Stück immer wieder als „the climax of British humour“ bezeichnet.

Elisabeth Gentner

One-Act Plays and Sketches: 2015

When?
Thursday/Friday, 15th/16th January; 7pm

Where?
Musiksaal (Room 307)

 

Sketches

  • “Elementary Dating”
  • “Some information, please”
  • “Conservative Conference”
  • “American Welcome”
  • “Laughing Wild”

 

One-Act Plays

 1) Alan Ayckbourn, “Mother Figure”

Stressed-out Lucy, mother and housewife, separates herself from the outside world and is thus only able to communicate through baby talk. When her next-door neighbours – shy Rosemary and dominant Terry– enter this world of isolation and chaos, they are treated in a highly strange way.

Rosemary: Riza-Maria Berz (JS1)                   

Lucy: Friederike Badenhausen (JS1)

Terry: Oleg Stepanov (JS1)

 

2) Alan Ayckbourn, “A Talk in the Park”

Five complete strangers sit on five different bark benches – all of them in an emotional state of complete misery and frustration. Every single character tries to tell someone his or her life story. At the same time, however, every single character ignores the other, thus being unwilling to listen to a single word …

Arthur: Jasper Graeve (JS2)

Beryl: Anna Zoldina (JS2)

Charles: Ronja Reinisch (JS2)

Doreen: Melanie Wältken (JS2)

Ernest: Tino Lenk (JS2)          

Alan Ayckbourn, Absent Friends (1974)

The comedy concerns one quite eventful Saturday evening and is entirely set in Diana and Paul’s living-room.

Colin must be comforted in his grief over the death of his fiancée, which is why his so-called “best” friends arrange a tea party for him. Ironically enough, Colin seems to be the only happy character in the play.

Colin’s friends have their own troubles: marital problems, sadness, affairs, arrogance, pretended illnesses, etc. How may Colin change their lives?

 

Cast members:

Diana:       Tessa Renner (JS2)            

Colin:         Nuno Dehmel (JS2)

Marge:       Paula Pantleon (JS2)          

Evelyn:      Franziska Grauer (JS2)      

John:         Marcel Schliebs (JS2)           

Paul:          Justus Raimann (JS2)

 

D:      You must come down for tea. Colin’s coming.

P:      Colin who?

D:      Colin. You know, Col –

P:      Oh, that Colin. Is he?  […]

D:      Now, Paul, you can’t do that. Colin is coming. He is your friend. You can’t   just go upstairs …

P:      Excuse me, he is not a friend of mine. He was never a friend of mine …

 

 

 

One-Act Plays and Sketches: 2013

Sketches

  • “A Bad Dream”
  • “How I became a teacher”
  • “Job Interview”

 

One-Act Plays

 1. John Bowen, „Silver Wedding“

When Julian arrives home late for the celebration of his silver wedding, deep-rooted marital problems and hidden secrets become revealed. Then Julian is asking the crucial questions: “What is there to celebrate?”

Audrey: Esther Melchinger (JS1)                         

Julian: Marcel Schliebs (JS1)

 

2. Noël Coward, „Woman and Whiskey“

Major Curtis is both a confirmed bachelor and an expert in keeping women at distance.

Major Curtis: Jonathan Müller (JS2)                 

Mrs Vandeleur: Franziska Badenhausen (JS2)

Norah Chalmers: Anna Tōth (JS2)                   

Loner: Henri Allgöwer (JS1)

 

3. Alan Ayckbourn, „Between Mouthfuls“

Two couples happen to dine at the same restaurant at two nearby tables. There is bossy Donald Pearce and his frustrated wife Emma. Polly and Martin, the slightly younger couple, appear to be more distanced and disinterested in each other. Bit by bit, the characters reveal their true colours and feelings and the conflicts are about to escalate …

Waiter: Tessa Renner (JS1)

Donald Pearce: Nuno Dehmel (JS1)

Emma Pearce: Pia Siegele (JS1)                    

Polly: Paula Pantleon (JS1)

Martin: Gereon Berz (JS2)

 

Noël Coward, Hay Fever (1924)

Opening Act: Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (performed by JS1, Englischkurs Herr Schuster)

The self-centred and eccentric Bliss family consists of Judith, a glamorous actress, David, a temperamental novelist, Sorel and Simon, two “awfully bad mannered” grown-up children. They all hate conventions, but love theatricality and treat their guests invited down for a summer weekend in the countryside with much rudeness.

The more than irritated guests are about to flee…

 

Cast members:

Judith Bliss: Lisa Arbogast (JS2)       

David Bliss: Nuno Dehmel (10c)

Sorel Bliss: Patricia Pantleon (JS2)     

Simon Bliss: Felix Ebert (JS2)     

Myra Arundel: Alissa Renz (JS2)

Richard Greatham: Gereon Berz (JS1)

Jackie Coryton: Paula Pantleon (10b)

Sandy Tyrell: Lukas Kammerlander (JS2)

Clara: Esther Melchinger (10b)

 

Sorel:         This house is a stage.

Myra:         This house is a complete featherbed of false emotions.

 

One-Act Plays and Sketches: 2012

Sketches

  • “The Professor”
  • “On the Pier”
  • “Up to date”
  • “Father of the Bride Speech”

One-Act Plays

1) The Interview

Margaret Alexander, a professor of speech therapy, is applying for a high position at a university. During the job interview, however, she makes the biggest mistake possible and …

Margaret: Lisa Arbogast (JS2)                        

Donald: Felix Ebert (JS2)

2) A Man’s Best Friend

A man’s best friend is not a dog, but his guitar – however, it is totally unimportant whether he can play the guitar. …. On their way to the honeymoon a newly-wed couple gets to know each other very (!) well …

Bride: Alissa Renz (JS2)                                    

Groom: Gereon Berz (JS1)

3) Husbands Supplied

The marriage bureau “Husbands Supplied” has got many clients. Five women, the bureau’s owner and her secretary show a vivid interest in the same young man. They have even locked the doors. But then it turns out that …

Mrs May: Patricia Pantleon (JS2)                   

Miss Jones: Anna Rezutka (10a)

Mrs Wuff: Franziska Grauer (10b)                  

Mrs Bee: Esther Melchinger (10b)

Miss Waff: Pia Siegele (10b)                            

Miss Crunch: Paula Pantleon (10b)

Old Lady: Tessa Renner (10b)                         

The Man: Nuno Dehmel (10c)

 

Alan Ayckbourn, Bedroom Farce

The comedy concerns one quite eventful Saturday night and is entirely set in people’s bedrooms.

The first bedroom is occupied by an ageing pair, Delia and Ernest, who are celebrating their wedding anniversary, the second by Malcolm and Kate, who are giving a house-warming party, and the third by Jan and self-centred Nick, who are friends of Malcolm and Kate, Jan also being an old flame of Delia and Ernest’s son, Trevor. It is the fourth couple, Trevor and his neurotic wife Susannah, who are having marital problems and who cause all the trouble and confusion on this particular Saturday night. One thing is certain: Nobody gets a good night’s sleep.

Cast members:

Ernest: Gereon Berz (10a)              

Delia: Patricia Pantleon (JS1)

Jan: Lisa Arbogast (JS1)

Nick: Lukas Kammerlander (JS1)

Kate: Sophia Schroth (JS1)

Malcolm: Felix Ebert (JS1)

Trevor: Maximilian Feszler (JS1)

Susannah: Alissa Renz (JS1)                 

 

Delia:         You can tell a great deal from people’s bedrooms.

Ernest:       Can you? Good heavens. (He looks about)

Delia:         If you know what to look for.