Adele Neuhauser & Edi Nulz
Autobiographic reading with chamber/punk/jazz accompaniment
This production was originally scheduled for 6th December 2019 and had to be postponed.
Adele Neuhauser is the child of two different worlds. When her Greek father and Austrian mother separated, nine-year-old Adele chose to live with her father – a decision which unleashed powerful feelings of guilt and inner turmoil. She went on to attempt suicide six times. But she survived this very difficult period and is thankfully still here.
She is known to millions of TV viewers for her portrayal of the damaged, vulnerable crime investigator Bibi Fellner in the Vienna-based drama “Tatort”. Since taking the role, this personable, unconventional woman has won the affection of audiences across the German-speaking world. Adele Neuhauser’s life has been a tale of luck, curiosity and courage. But along the way there have also been difficult decisions and times of great sadness. She gazes back at her past with a remarkable openness, and looks to the future with an unbridled enthusiasm for new beginnings – an attitude to inspire bravery in all of use.
Adele Neuhauser is accompanied by the music of the Edi Nulz band, with whom she shares a link even stronger than her love for music – their guitarist Julian Adam Pajzs is her son.
Her book “Ich war mein größter Feind” is published by Brandstätter Verlag.
Tickets: Band A €38/ B €33/ C €28; box seats €48; Children and young people: A €20 / B €15 / C €9; School groups €7
Team and cast
- Test & readings: Adele Neuhauser
- Music: Edi Nulz
- Bass clarinet: Sieagmar Brecher
- Guitars: Julian Adam Pajzs
- Drums: Valentin Schuster