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Einen Jux will er sich machen, Wiener Kindertheater, Foto: Alexi Pelekanos Einen Jux will er sich machen, Wiener Kindertheater, Foto: Alexi Pelekanos

Einen Jux will er sich machen (“He’s going to have a good time” – in German)
by Johann Nestroy, adapted for the Wiener Kindertheater children’s theatre

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More than a hundred children from the Wiener Kindertheater ensemble take to the stage in a production with an alternating cast.

Johann Nestroy’s 1842 musical play is a masterpiece of situation comedy, full of typical Nestroy wit. But at the same time, it is also social criticism: by the end of the piece, it’s all about money and nothing else. Everything comes down to goods and consumption — even human relationships.

This event-packed comedy of errors centres on Weinberl, a shop assistant. He really doesn’t want to look after his boss’s shop. While he is on his own, he decides to seize the opportunity. He’ll break free of the tiresome constraints of everyday life, and “Have a good time”. But Weinberl could not possibly imagine the events he has set in train, as one catastrophe follows another!

Recommended for families with children aged six and over.

Ticket prices (excluding the premiere and the benefit performance!): Band A €24/ B €19/ C €14; Children aged 6 and above, including all those still at school: A €14 / B €11 / C €8
(20% discount for members of the Friends of the Wiener Kindertheater, employees of Erste Bank, Ö1-Club members, students and senior citizens)
Ticket prices for the premiere on 9th September: Band A €39/ B €34/ C €29; children, including all those still at school: A €19 / B €16 / C €13
Ticket prices for the benefit performance (11am on 13th September, followed by late summer festival): All adult tickets €50; all children’s tickets €25.

 

 

 

  • Artistic Director: Sylvia Rotter
  • Production: Ida Prammer
  • Dramaturgy: Sibylle C. Gaier
  • Director: Sylvia Rotter
  • Director: Petrica Voicu
  • Set design: tba
  • Costumes: Petra Maria Eder
  • Props: Eva Redtenbacher-Kohout
  • Music: Julia Meinx