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Kellertheater im gYm - Die Strottern

4. Dezember 2019, 20:00 Uhr und schon wieder

Die Strottern ... diesmal mit

Himmel und Hölle – Unser Singspiel mit Christoph Bochdansky

Gleich nach dem Elternsprechtag!

Nachdem bereits am 4.12.2017 und am 4.12.2018 das Rohrbacher Publikum von Klemens Lendl (Violine und Gesang) und David Müller (Gitarre und Gesang), besser bekannt als „Die Strottern“, begeistert war, kommen sie auch heuer wieder am 4.12. zu uns ins Kellertheater im gYm mit Puppenspieler Christoph Bochdansky.

Reservierungen wie immer unter theater@brgrohrbach.at

Textquelle: http://diestrottern.at

Zwei Liebende spazieren durch die Nacht (aber sind wir nicht alle Liebende und gehen in der Nacht spazieren?)
Jeder geht für sich allein, das Schicksal führt sie zusammen in dieser Nacht. Doch dann kümmert sich das Schicksal nicht weiter um sie und sie verlieren sich.

Die Melancholie und die Sehnsucht tanzen einen Walzer und wer sie sieht, vergießt leise Tränen, weil es doch so schön ist sentimental zu werden.

Der Himmel hilft, die Hölle auch, tolldreiste Figuren machen sich lustig über die Endlichkeit des Menschen. Ein Dummkopf ist wer über das Leben, das ja oft zum Weinen ist, nicht lachen kann.

Eine kleine Geschichte über das Größte was uns geschehen kann, die Liebe.

Trailer:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRk12yJ00hk

Cambridge

After spending a long time preparing for our journey to Cambridge, we, the students of the sixth form, were really looking forward to getting to see the country we had been learning about for so long, with our own eyes. On 9th October we finally arrived at London Stansted Airport accompanied by our teachers Ms. Andrea Leitner, Ms. Elena Ruml and Ms. Gabriela Siehs-Honzik. At first sight there didn’t seem to be a significant difference to Austria concerning the landscape. During our bus ride to Cambridge, however, it was a bit confusing at the beginning because people were driving on the left-hand side of the road. When we had reached our destination, we were shown around in the facilities of Stafford House, the school where we would be studying for the following week.
As we were all staying with host families, whose houses were not quite close to each other, we had to get to school by ourselves every morning. Even with the help of our smartphones, the bus system was oddly confusing so that there was always someone late! The afternoons were filled with some free time, where we would wander around in the charming town of Cambridge, gazing at the marvellous colleges and doing activities together such as the traditional punting on the river Cam, a tour through St. John’s College or the fascinating Evensong in the chapel of King’s College.
Yet, the excursions everybody had been probably looking forward to the most, were our trips to London on the weekend, where we witnessed the typical rainy weather of England. Apart from the pouring rain we could still enjoy our stroll through this lovely city, seeing famous sights like Tower Bridge, St. Paul’s Cathedral and many more, which we had only known from pictures before.
On the day before our departure, we were finally able to present the results of our hard work and research on certain topics in Cambridge. There we could make use of the advice our teachers had given us throughout the week and show our newly accomplished presentation skills in action. After a graduation ceremony and a final photo shoot, it was eventually time to say goodbye to Cambridge.

By Lea Scharinger, 6b