ME, MYSELF AND JANIS JOPLIN

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Floy: Me, Myself and Janis Joplin at the English Theatre

On the 50th anniversary of Janis Joplin's death, the Hamburg soul singer Floy verbally and musically moves thoughts on what the spirit of Janis Joplin meant to her and the world, then and now. A spirit of departure, of the unconventional, of freedom and revolution. Because tearing down inner and outer boundaries has lost little of its topicality.

Soul singer Floy, who has fascinated audiences for decades, not only in her native Hamburg, reveals in this rousing show what her original inspiration was to become a soul, blues and gospel singer.

Successful director and director of the English Theatre in Hamburg, Paul Glaser (Apologia, The Picture of Dorian Grey), together with Floy and virtuoso pianist Lutz Krajenski, brings this spirit back to the stage.

"This play is not a classical musical, play or concert, but rather an encounter with the inspiration Janis Joplin", so Paul Glaser

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Starring

Floy

Piano Lutz Karajenski / Jonas Krampe

The English Theatre of Hamburg e.V. is a private, professional theatre, the first to be founded in the whole of Germany.

It is subsidized in part by the Hamburg Ministry of Culture and is a non-profit organization and a member of the Deutscher Bühnenverein. Enjoy one of our evening or daytime performances of an English language play. Our international audience includes students of English as well as native speakers.

We present distinguished plays of all genres in the original English on a professional basis in our efforts to contribute to international communication through language and the art of the theatre.