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  • Oct 19, 2017       

    Discover the Lost Years of German Cinema this November

    The Lost Years of German Cinema: 1949-1963, a 13-film series of under-appreciated and rediscovered gems from the postwar era, will be presented November 15-23 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center. Read more

  • Oct 14, 2017       

    Lavender Songs - A Queer Weimar Berlin Cabaret

    Since Inauguration Day 2017, Jeremy Lawrence has been remounting an evening originally created by Alan Lareau in conjunction with the exhibition "Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933-1945" a...

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  • Oct 09, 2017       

    Chansons with Julia Schwebke

    Julia Schwebke and Sigmar Gradl present German chansons, songs and poems by Georg Kreisler, Friedrich Hollaender, Konstantin Wecker and Klaus Wüsthoff among others, under the slogan "Either ...

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  • Sep 18, 2017       

    Time is Right for LAVENDER SONGS Encore at Pangea

    He won't go away. In observance of the one-year anniversary of the U.S. election, Jeremy Lawrence brings back his fearless alter ego, Tante Fritzy, a Weimar era drag queen who stared down a madman at ...

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  • Aug 17, 2017       

    DVD/Blu-ray: The 5000 Fingers of Dr T

    A welcome return for Dr Seuss's mind-bending fantasy -- There are lots of ideas bubbling away under the surface of The 5000 Fingers of Dr T. There would have been even more had the studio not panicked...

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  • Jul 07, 2017       

    Quite Much Luck

    Actress Dagmar Manzel with a wonderful Frederick Hollander evening at the Frankfurt opera

    The last song evening of the season in the Frankfurt Opera House. With the eternally sung the...

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  • May 15, 2017       

    Revue of Melancholy

    Rotraut Arnold gives a voice to Friedrich Hollaender, who died in Munich in 1976, with theatrical interludes that enchant her audience.

    Today, on the Ansbacher Strasse number 9, between the ...

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  • May 06, 2017       

    Falling In Love Again - Marlene Dietrich and Frederick Hollander

    It all began with the world hit "The Blue Angel". Sky Nonhoff talks about the silverscreen diva and the jewish pianist Frederick Hollander, who accompanied her through most of her career....

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  • Mar 17, 2017       

    Video - Friedrich Hollaender and his Tingel-Tangel-Theater

    It's not like on Broadway here, at the "Theather des Westens", right around the corner of the Bahnhof Zoo. And the success story of the veneue, which opened in 1896, was variable during the ...

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  • Jan 26, 2017       

    Lavender Songs - A Queer Weimar Berlin Cabaret

    (Jan. 20 - Apr. 8) - On Inauguration Day Jeremy Lawrence remounted an evening created by Alan Lareau in conjunction with the exhibition "Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933-1945" at the U.S...

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