CAMERATA MOBILE

CAMERATA MOBILE

Camerata Mobile

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The Camerata Europæa (CE) intends to go on a discovery throughout Europe, which aims to combine mobile series and artists. 'Unity in Diversity’ is emphasized and celebrated through music and art and brought closer to the audience with unique performances. In this way cultural exchange is stimulated, giving European unity greater intensity. 

artWALKS, DANCEart, instrumentalBUS, theaterTRAIN, skyFLY, 
onTOUR – within experimental spheres the CE creates a broad spectrum with new impulses. Using interactions as well as different means of transportation, boundaries are stretched and existing structures are being broken. The various art forms merge and offer an exceptional platform for experiences and learning, as can be observed at the integrating theater. Through music and its connection with other art forms the diversity of European values and cultures is brought to new places and the exchange as well as the continuous development of the European Union is furthered.

 

LA FLEUR DE CACTUS

LA FLEUR DE CACTUS

LA FLEUR DE CACTUS 

Cactus Flower is a 1969 American comedy film directed by Gene Saks and starring Walter Matthau, Ingrid Bergman, and Goldie Hawn, who won an Academy Award for her performance. The screenplay was adapted by I. A. L. Diamond from the 1965 Broadway play of the same name written by Abe Burrows, which in turn was based upon the French play Fleur de cactus by Pierre Barillet and Jean-Pierre Gredy. Cactus Flower was the ninth highest-grossing film of 1969.

THEATRE PERFORMANCE
19.02.2022 (premiere), 20/22/23/25/26/27.02.2022 & 01.03.2022 at 7.00 pm (on Sunday 20/27.02.2022 at 6 pm) | Brux Theatre | Innsbruck, Austria
Direction: Elle Eisner | Video: Elle Eisner, Antonius Bacak
Performers: Priska Teran-Gómez, Sandro Gusmerotti, Vanessa Eberharter, Philip Walser, Markus Freiler, Doris Ploerer

Location: Brux Theater (Wilhelm Greil Strasse 23), Innsbruck, Österreich
Admission 18 € I reduced admission 15 €
Tickets at Brux Theatre and at the box office


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