Show times starting at 12th of May 2018
|Wednesday, Thursday||07.00 pm (doors open at 06.00 pm) + 10.00 pm (doors open at 09.30 pm)|
|Friday, Saturday||07.30 pm (doors open at 06.30 pm) + 10.30 pm (doors open at 22.00 pm)|
|Sunday||04.30 pm (doors open at 03.30 pm) + 08.00 pm (doors open at 07.00 pm)|
At the age of eight, Selyna was sure to take the legacy of her world-famous mother, the "Queen of Antipode Games" Consuelo Reyes. She comes from a classical artist family, has traveled with her parents from show to show all her life and had her own stage show at 16. With wonderful dancing ease and a lot of practiced precision, we experience classical antipodes juggling, presented with a spirited, rousing atmosphere on the stage.
Elena and Dimitry Artemiev have been one of the world's most outstanding trapeze duos of our time for many years. Georg Tabori, the legendary opera director, staged with the Duo Artemiev "The Magic Flute" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at the Deutsche Oper Berlin in 1999. After many engagements in big European shows, they have shown their stunning trapeze act in the famous Variety Dinner Show in America: Zinzanni in San Francisco and Seattle. Back in Europe, we are experiencing Elena and Dimitry with an inspiring tango on the trapeze for the first time on the Tigerpalast stage - under the roof of the old ball house.
Welcome to the Tigerpalast, Elena and Dimitry
Together with the Russian clown-troop "Mikos" he won several awards in Moscow, Paris and the international Clown-Festival in Ostend. An extraordinary, quiet clown, who celebrates his performance with a wonderful mixture of absurd, bizarre humor and gentle melancholy. With a dreamy mischievous smile he presents funny-enchanting, never seen juggling. We are proud that this exceptional artist is back on the stage of the Tigerpalast!
With his fast-paced performance, Anton Monastyrsky thrilled the jury and his audience at the European Newcomer Festival in Wiesbaden. As the youngest member of a large, fourth-generation circus family, he lets super-sized hula hoops revolve around his body with breathtaking speed and great precision!
We are very proud to welcome him to the Tigerpalast stage.
With the understatement of a gentleman Claudius Specht presents a stylish juggling performance. Simply elegant, exciting dynamic and exciting fast. He juggles clubs, cups, and the laws of physics. But he does not just juggle them, he makes them dance. Exactly and wiht a breathtaking pace, they form incredible patterns and combinations in the air.
With Norman Barrett and his lively friends, we welcome one of the great British comedian and entertainer on stage. His friends are hot budgies Maurice, Harold and Jean-Pierre accompany him for many years on all international stages and circus arenas and conquer with their bizarre stunts the audience's heart. Norman Barrett is one of the most famous circus personalities of the British Isles. Many years ringmaster of the legendary Blackpool Tower Circus, guest performances in the Big Apple Circus New York, the star of many television shows - a great artist, who will delight you with charm and British humor. In early 2010, Queen Elizabeth II bestowed the master magician and ringmaster Norman Barrett the highest British Order of Merit for outstanding cultural achievements: "The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE)"!
Elena is a highly trained classical ballet dancer from the theater and opera ballet in Kiev. In 2004, she met the circus art and developed a wonderful balance between ballet and contortionary acrobatics. She has been performing with her husband, the juggler Dimitri Salov, as a "duo inspiration" since 2011. Now we are experiencing Elena on the stage of the Tiger Palace in her unique solo interpretation of the ballet contortions.
Born in Hunan, China, this versatile artist received her education at the National School of Fine Arts of the Chinese National Theater. Juliana Chen is the first woman to be honored with the award of the "International Magic Society". In 1997, she won the World Cup of the "World Congress of Magicians", which is also known as the "Olympia for Magicians". This is the highest award a magician can achieve. Thanks to the high technical level of her magic tricks, combined with a very special charm and artistic charisma, she inspires her audience worldwide.
At the young age of 10 years Alyona Pavlova started her circus- and theater education. The famous artistic-choreographer Alexander Grimaylo has staged her fascinating Aerial-Orbital performence. For the first time as an Artist at Tigerpalast you can experience the winner of numerous festivals in East and West on the magic ring under the roof of the old dance hall.
Alyona Pavlova a world-class Artist, full of energy and thrilling charisma.
Conférenciers (different in each show)
Jean Michel Fournereau was born in Brittany and lives now in Paris. As a singer, actor and director, he performce on numerous French and German stages. With his musicality and amusing introductions, Jean- Michel Fournereau can trigger variations of emotions in the audience.
With charm, seriousness and humor Jean- Michel will introduce the international artists.
Taking texts by Ernst Jandl and Friedhelm Kändler, it’s the turn for the word acrobat Marcus Jeroch to present the evening’s acts. Achingly funny word cascades, juggling with words and with balls – all presented by a compère in tails. Subtle word plays, an absurd voyage through the German language, vivid excitement for a spellbound audience.
Marcus Jeroch confounds and entertains with the pure poetry of prose and is the perfect host for welcoming international acts to the Tigerpalast.
Cheeky and funny, sensitive, charming and irresistible – that’s how Alix Dudel presents the stars of global variety – and herself. Performing songs and passages by Friedhelm Kändler in the conventional diseuse style, brimming over with irony and elegance, she is the perfect hostess and a cult figure of Tigerpalast revues. Adored by the international performers, admired by an astounded and intrigued audience, she opens the evening of variety: “May I get through”, she sings, drifting through the house and onto the stage – and the show begins…
Isabelle Georges grew up in Paris and performs as a singer, dancer and actress. She has starred in stage productions such as Barnum, Singin 'in the Rain, Et Si On Chantait and Titanic the Musical. Together with Frederik Steenbrink she wrote and performed "Une Étoile et Moi", a tribute to Judy Garland and won the Fringe Award for best singer at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2005. She also wrote the French version of "December Songs" by Maury Yeston. The album was released by Tower Records in New York. In 2014, she started in Paris with her personality show "Chante!", Which was directed by Anne Bourgeois. In 2015 she took over the role of Mrs. C in "24 hours in a woman's life", the world's first musical version of Stefan Zweig's novel.