Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Amy Evans' "The Most Unsatisfied Town" - Premiere Thursday March 9th

Last year the world premiere of Amy Evan's fantastic play, "The Most Unsatisfied Town" was shown in Berlin. The production and ancillary events were supported by the Initiative in Remembrance of Oury Jalloh. With more than 1,200 audience members over 12 performances, the performances also broke all of the attendance records at English Theatre Berlin | International Performing Arts Center.

Producing Artistic Director Daniel Brunet has been successful in securing sufficient funding to be able to offer six more performances, this time with German surtitles. Specially the dates of the performances - always at 8pm - are:
  • Thursday, March 9
  • Friday, March 10
  • Saturday, March 11 
  • Wednesday, March 15
  • Thursday, March 16 
  • Saturday, March 18

Tickets are 15 EUR (9 EUR Students). To reserve tickets in advance (very much advised!), please send an email to: or click here to go directly to the online ticketing system.

Attention all teachers:

If you wish to study the play with your class please note: 

"The Most Unsatisfied Town"
written by Amy Evans - directed by Daniel Brunet
Venue: English Theatre Berlin | International Performing Arts Center, Fidicinstr. 40, 10965 Berlin-Kreuzberg

With Maya Alban-Zapata (Eva), Kenneth Philip George (Laurence), Aloysius
Itoka (Yusef), Dorothee Krüger (Manuela), Tibor Locher (Brunmeier), Asad Schwarz-Msesilamba (Julius), Quatis Tarkington (Rahim) and Tyrell Teschner (Ronny)

Foyer Exhibition and Production Dramaturgy by Michael Ojake and Naomi Boyce | Set and Costume Design by Tamar Ginati | Lighting Design by Christian Maith | Sound Design by Lenard Gimpel | Props Design and Assistant Costume Design by Matthew Peach | Assistant Direction by Ellen Gallagher | Assistant Set Design by Ken Chinea | Ancillary Program Coordination by Sharon Dodua Otoo | Theater Education Program by Sebastian Fleary | Regiehospitantin: Simona Klaniute | Translation: Ekpenyong Ani

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