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    • Musikparade 2020

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      Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, Germany

      23 February 2020 (Sunday) 15:30

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    • Dave Chappelle

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      Verti Music Hall, Berlin, Germany

      24 February 2020 (Monday) 20:00

       

      Dave Chappelle, full name - David Khari Webber Chappelle, is an American stand-up comedian, actor & producer.

       

      Chappelle is the recipient of numerous awards, including 2 Emmy Awards and two Grammy Awards as well as a Mark Twain Prize.

      He is most known for his iconic and acclaimed satirical comedy sketch series Chappelle's Show (2003–2006).

       

      When asked about the biggest influence on him in comedy, Chappelle spoke of Richard Pryor:

       

      "What a precedent he set. Not just as a comic, but as a dude. The fact that someone was able to open themselves wide-open like that. It's so hard to talk in front of people or to open yourself up to your closest friends. But to open yourself up for everybody: I freebase, I beat my women, I shot my car. And nobody's mad at Richard for that. They understand. Somehow they just understand. And when I was going through this thing this year, that is the example I would think to myself that gave me the courage to just go back on the stage."

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    • William Shatner presents Star Trek II - The Wrath of Khan

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      Admiralspalast - Theater, Berlin, Germany

      12 March 2020 (Thursday) 19:00

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    • Russell Howard

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      Urania, Berlin, Germany

      14 March 2020 (Saturday) 20:00

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    • Lord of the Dance- Dangerous Games

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      Verti Music Hall, Berlin, Germany

      15 March 2020 (Sunday) 20:00

      Lord of the Dance is an Irish musical. Though it first premiered back in 1996, it’s still a staple production in the theater world. Some people refer to the producer, Michael Flatley, as Lord of the Dance because of his own part in the musical. This production is a mixture of Irish tap dance and ballet movements.

       

      Despite the change of the members who were a part of the Lord of the Dance, theater buffs still love to see it performed live. If you want to see this magical musical in real time, you have a small window of time in February. Lord of the Dance is set to play on February 2nd and 3rd in Oostende, Belgium in the Kursaal Oostende.  

       

      Lord of the Dance Background

       

      Lord of the Dance is the brain child of the Irish-American dancer, Michael Flatley. Flatley had previously worked on the musical, Riverdance, but wanted more creative power over the show. So, he set up his own theater show and handled the dance moves, storyline, and production. Ronan Hardiman was set with the task of music production. The musical was first performed in 1996 in Dublin.

       

      The story told in the musical is both riveting and romantic. It tells of the main character’s fight against a villain, a dark lord who’s trying to take over Planet Ireland. During this time, another character, “Saoirse, the Irish Cailin,” fights against a wicked temptress for his love. In the end, all is well when “The Lord of the Dance” defeats the villain with the help of a little spirit.

       

      Lord of the Dance’s Most Popular Musical Numbers

       

      As Lord of the Dance is a musical, it has a few numbers that stand out. Some of these are “Cry of the Celts”, “The Lord of the Dance”, “Dangerous Game”, and “Victory”.

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    • Lord of the Dance - Dangerous Games

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      Verti Music Hall, Berlin, Germany

      16 March 2020 (Monday) 20:00

      Lord of the Dance is an Irish musical. Though it first premiered back in 1996, it’s still a staple production in the theater world. Some people refer to the producer, Michael Flatley, as Lord of the Dance because of his own part in the musical. This production is a mixture of Irish tap dance and ballet movements.

       

      Despite the change of the members who were a part of the Lord of the Dance, theater buffs still love to see it performed live. If you want to see this magical musical in real time, you have a small window of time in February. Lord of the Dance is set to play on February 2nd and 3rd in Oostende, Belgium in the Kursaal Oostende.  

       

      Lord of the Dance Background

       

      Lord of the Dance is the brain child of the Irish-American dancer, Michael Flatley. Flatley had previously worked on the musical, Riverdance, but wanted more creative power over the show. So, he set up his own theater show and handled the dance moves, storyline, and production. Ronan Hardiman was set with the task of music production. The musical was first performed in 1996 in Dublin.

       

      The story told in the musical is both riveting and romantic. It tells of the main character’s fight against a villain, a dark lord who’s trying to take over Planet Ireland. During this time, another character, “Saoirse, the Irish Cailin,” fights against a wicked temptress for his love. In the end, all is well when “The Lord of the Dance” defeats the villain with the help of a little spirit.

       

      Lord of the Dance’s Most Popular Musical Numbers

       

      As Lord of the Dance is a musical, it has a few numbers that stand out. Some of these are “Cry of the Celts”, “The Lord of the Dance”, “Dangerous Game”, and “Victory”.

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    • Sasha Velour

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      Admiralspalast - Theater, Berlin, Germany

      24 March 2020 (Tuesday) 19:00

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    • Dita Von Teese

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      Admiralspalast - Theater, Berlin, Germany

      09 April 2020 (Thursday) 20:00

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    • Dita Von Teese

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      Admiralspalast - Theater, Berlin, Germany

      10 April 2020 (Friday) 19:00

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    • Harlem Globetrotters

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      Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, Germany

      21 April 2020 (Tuesday) 19:00

      If you’ve ever wanted to see a sports show that was more show than sport, you should probably check out the Harlem Globetrotters. The Globetrotters are an exhibition basketball team that keeps your eyes glued to the court, both out of excitement for the game and awe for their moves. They combine neat tricks and theater into their plays, finding a perfect combination between the track and theater. The Harlem Globetrotters play in many cities across the US, and as such, have a bit of a following where ever they go.

       

      Fans of the Harlem Globetrotters can likely find a seat in the stands in 2019 because they have plenty of dates. Most of these games are held in the same city or state several times before they move on to the next location, starting on January 12th in North Charleston. Places you can see them include Columbus, Memphis, Fresno, Murray, Ada, Omaha, Albany, and Moline. You can even see them in select areas in England and Spain. The last date for the year is on May 19th in Bandalona.

       

      Harlem Globetrotters Background

       

      The Harlem Globetrotters basketball team was founded in 1926 by Abe Saperstein. The team slowly transitioned into adding more and more trick shots and other neat stunts into their routines, until they were known more for their style than their sports. There are currently 52 players on the team from all around the US. The Globetrotters have inspired many movies and series from their team, including Go, Man, Go! and The Super Globetrotters.

       

      Harlem Globetrotters in Pop Culture

       

      With the Globetrotters long presence in the world of basketball theatrics, they’ve made a name for themselves and have managed to appear in a variety of pop culture projects. They’ve appeared in TV shows like Kickin’ It, American Ninja Warrior, I Can Do That, Dog With A Blog, and The Goldbergs.

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