Show times (02.03. to 13.05.2017)
|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 10.00 pm)|
|Sunday||04.30 pm (doors open at 03.30 pm) + 08.00 pm (doors open at 07.00 pm)|
Hand-on-hand acrobatics is one of the classic variety acts. The Grynchenko Brothers are able to perform this fascinating artistry in a breathtaking symbiosis of power, balance and harmony. In the unconstrained back-and-forth of this fraternal act the individual elements merge to form a work of art. For the Grynchenko Brothers, too, the famous ‘Festival Mondial du Cirque de Demain’ formed the starting point of their international career. With a silver medal from Paris under their belt, they started on their journey to the most outstanding acrobatic art venues of our time.
At the international circus festival at the Cirque d'Hiver in Paris, Ruslan Fomenko's gold medal was the biggest surprise. The young master-student from Valentin Gneouchev's artistic studio in Moscow, astonished the professional world and inspired the audience with a world first juggling. Dancing balls on ropes in a fascinating choreography. Ruslan appeared shortly after the triumph in Western Europe exclusively in the Tigerpalast. An innovator of classical vaudeville art.
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.
More than 2.5 million visitors have admired the finnish master of magic in the legendary Parisian Lido Revue theatre in the last six years. With thirteen years he was already fascinating his friends and teachers in his hometown. He developed his classic stage-magic with mysterious birds. The world's most prestigious awards for his stagecraft and his performances on the biggest european show-stages led Marko Karvo to the Tigerpalast in Frankfurt.
You will be able to experience a fascinating choreorgaphy about a love story with roots from the artistic cultures Moskau and Kiew! Dmitry and his partner Elena met at the famous world Christmas Circus and worked from then on together as the Duo Inspiration and even won a silver medal at the International Festival of jugglers! You can expect a charming ball-jugling where acrobatic and dancing attach a groundbreaking thrill. With their worldwide unique encounter of art, they touch the audience in numerous shows in West- and East-Europe.
Welcome to the Tigerpalast Elena and Dmitry!
Marie-Ève Dicaire started her artistic formation as a dancer, but after three years of training, she knew she wants to go further. She went to the Audition of the National Circus School of Montréal, where she was accepted as a hand balancer, and quickly recognised it to be a unique mix of precision and fluidity. Since her graduation in 2006, she performed her act throughout Switzerland in Circus Starlight and Circus Monti, and in Germany at the cabaret Palazzo Colombino and for various corporate events and companies such as Cirque Eloize, New Circus Asia, Cirque du Soleil, and The 7 Fingers.
Ele and Jule are twins who presenting a wonderful composition of feelings on the trapeze. High performance passages are changing with calm and gentle elements of modern trapeze art. Almost weightless the fascinated audience experiences the interplay of the stimulus of the twin colors. Victor Fomine is the name of the famous artist-choreographer from Montreal who developed the trapeze art, learned in Berlin, into a presentation which turned into success at the European Youth Circus Festival 2008 in Wiesbaden. Welcome to the Tigerpalast-award winners of festival in Wiesbaden 2008!
The fascination of tango meets the juggler Menno van Dyke and the lido dancer from Paris, Emily Weisse, in a unique presentation. The legendary tango virtuoso Astor Piazzolla inspired the young artists to a never-seen choreography between dance, acrobatics and juggling. At the festivals in China, Paris and Monte Carlo, juggler Menno van Dyke succeeded, while Emily celebrated classical and modern ballet with great success in the famous Parisian revue theaters. Juggling Tango inspires with his unique encounter of arts and is performed by two great personalities.
A hat and a cane spin through the air - in extremly fast pirouettes. Nathalie, the graceful artistic dancer from New York and Paris fascniates with a never seen perfection and elegance when she performs on the stage. Her choreographed images are razor-sharp which renders the audience astonished. Dancing is the challange of her life and a tribute to the unforgotten exceptional artist and juggler of the century Francis Brunn.
At the legendary school circus of Annie Fratellini in Paris, Domitil Aillot met two other outstanding young artists and founded the group “Les Petit Freres”- an exciting acrobatic formation. After performing in the Tigerpalast and on several other European stages they managed to get to America into the remarkable “Teatro Zizanni”. Parallel to this, Domitil developed his solo career on the chinese pole taugt by Master Lu Yi, the artistic director of the San Franciso circus center.
Now he returns back to the beginning - back to the Tigerpalast - and shows his fascinating solo show for the first time in Europe.
Taking texts by Ernst Jandl and Friedhelm Kändler, it’s the turn of a 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.
Chansonnier, actor, director, author, journalist and compere, Jo van Nelsen from Frankfurt am Main is a multi-talent embracing the new entertainment culture. Time and again, he surprises audiences with old chansons in new colours, mischievous songs and jazz standards. Whether music by Cole Porter, Hildegard Knef or lyrics by Friedhelm Kändler – Jo van Nelsen is funny, multifaceted, charming, (self-) mocking and accompanies you elegantly through the vaudeville style show evening.
Dancer, actress, singer, entertainer – an international star in the classical sense. Born and brought up in Paris, she embarked on an international career as prima ballerina with Roland Petit’s dance company. From Paris she moved to Hollywood, where she played countless leading roles in films starring Elvis Presley, Fred Astaire, Jerry Lewis, and Marlon Brando. She has received both a coveted Tony and a Drama Desk award for her superb artistic achievements.