v. l. n. r.: Sophia Vogel als Elfi Nanzen, Solveig Krebs als Bea Mtinnen, Zenzi Huber als Nele Neuer

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Mechthild Grabner als Angie Außen 

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Solveig Krebs als Bea Mtinnen

© Jan Bosch
© Jan Bosch
© Jan Bosch
© Jan Bosch
© Jan Bosch

v. l. n. r.: Sophia Vogel als Elfi Nanzen, Solveig Krebs als Bea Mtinnen, Zenzi Huber als Nele Neuer

© Jan Bosch
 

Felicia Zeller

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In a dilapidated tax office, a team works away under departmenthead Nele Neuer. In other news, Bea Mtinnen knows pretty much everything there is to know about tax law, but no one asks her. Her colleague, Elfi Nanzen, breezes through cases she doesn’t understand and handles everything else with “civil-servant-blinders” on, all the while reaping the fruits of under-the-table tax-cuts with her husband, Reiner Lös. Auditor Fatma Tabak collects over a million bucks in “extra taxes” every year, always conveniently being in “the right place at the right time.” Fatma not only saves Nele from a taxman’s attempted hit on her life, but she also happens to show up at the very moment Nele meets an entrepreneur at a luxury restaurant. Tagline: Damaged-David vs. the Financial Goliaths.


Location:

Großes Tasch

Premiere:

Saturday, 20.11.2021

Direction: Matthias Huber
Stage & costumes: Cleo Niemeyer
Music: Christian Keul
Choreography: Jana Rath
Dramaturgy: Petra Thöring
Theatre pedagogy: Michael Pietsch
Prompting: Silke Knauff
Direction assistance: Jasmin Matz

Acting:

Mechthild Grabner
Zenzi Huber
Ben Knop
Solveig Krebs
Sophia Vogel

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