Based on the novel by Salman Rushdie
Adapted for the stage by Daniel Kunze & Marie Johannsen
Performed in German, in a version by Sabine Herting

In the vein of Cervantes' classic, Salman Rushdie's new novel "Quichotte" tells the story of a lonely man: a pensioner, addicted to television, loses himself completely in the commercial world of shows and series - until he falls in love with the TV star Miss Salma R. He decides to embark on a quest to make the gorgeous hostess his wife. Almost always by his side: his son Sancho, whom he imagines in the passenger seat next to him. Together, father and son travel through Trump's America, in times of racism, opioid crisis and a population hopelessly flooded with stimuli...


Director Daniel Kunze
Stage Designer Dorothea Lütke Wöstmann
Costume Designer Sophie Leypold
Choreographer Mats Süthoff
Music Vasko Damjanov
Dramaturgy Marie Johannsen
Video Eduardo Mayorga
Quichotte Rainer Kühn
Sancho / Son Christoph Kohlbacher
Author Christian Klischat
Miss Salma R / White Lady / Woman Sybille Weiser
Dr. Ismael Smile / Mann Thomas Maria Peters
Human Trampoline / Sister Monika Kroll
Evel Cent / Agent / Jonesco / Hans Christian Andersen / Watchman Matze Vogel
The Swarm / Anderson Thayer Lydia Anastasopoulou, India Ayres-Jones, Lara Henneberger, Tamara Kurti, Josefine Ella Rau
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