PING PONG Comes to Salzburg This Summer

Performances run Thursday 20 July - Friday 18 August.

PING PONG Comes to Salzburg This Summer

Ping Pong comes to Salzburg this summer! Performances run Thursday 20 July - Friday 18 August.

'If you want to join our group, the others say you have to do something crazy!' Esra would like to hang out with the girls from the other class in her year. But doing something crazy - does she even want to do that? And what could she do? Looking for a chance to prove herself, she eyes Vlad at the ping-pong table. He is waiting alone and listening to music.

When Esra sees his new headphones, she realizes what would be totally crazy...

In this musical and theatrical show featuring singing, guitar, saxophone and percussion, a volley of insecurities, taunts and common interests fly around the table in a musical quickfire game of table tennis.

CREATIVE TEAM

Annika Haller Direction and Sets

Eva-Mareike Uhlig Costumes

Armela Madreiter Dramaturgy

CAST

Sophie Negoïta Esra (Gesang)

Máté Herczeg Vlad (Gesang)

Sophie Oberleitner Action (Gitarre)

Greta Franzelin Star (Saxophon)

Augustas Būrė Percussion




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