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Improv theater show to feature Ladonian Minister

3 shows, free entry

HAMBURG, Germany — So much truthfulness and closeness to the citizen by the government can only be found in Ladonia. Frans Brood, Minister of Improvisational Theatre and Free Entry, invites all citizens of Ladonia to an improvisational theater show. Entry is, predictably, free of charge.

The world-famous (at least famous in Europe… Germany… or perhaps Hamburg; definitely best known in the Barmbek district) Improvisonal Theatre group “Fortuna Freisprung” presents the 96th episode of their soap opera hit “Good Barmbek, bad Barmbek” at the culture centre Zinnschmelze.

Three dates have been announced:

  • Monday, September 16, 2019
  • Monday, October 21, 2019
  • Monday, November 18, 2019

All performances will be 19:30-21:30 local time at Theaterdeck Hamburg, Maurienstr. 19, 22305 Hamburg, Germany.

Improvisational theatre is the form of theatre, in which most or all of what is performed is unplanned or unscripted: created spontaneously by the performers. Stories, names, feelings, all is given by the audience. Love, death, drama! None knows how it ends. This theatre is life!

The Ladonian “Minister of Improvisional Theatre and free entry” is one of the players – a politician closer to his people than anywhere in the world.

Should not it always be this way? You tell the politician what to do – and he does it.

The video above features Minister Broods alter ego – Günni Freese – singing.

E. Nordström

Elsa Nordstrom brings an analytical perspective to her coverage of international law and global politics, and incorporates experiences from around the globe into her writing, drawing parallels and making connections that highlight the global relevance of local issues.

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