Saturday, 7/13/2024
at 7:30 PM



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Clara Immerwahr, a highly gifted scientist, failed due to her time and an unhappy marriage to the famous Nobel laureate in the field of chemistry, Fritz Haber. In the year 1900, Clara Immerwahr became the first German to receive a doctorate in the new field of physical chemistry at the University of Breslau. Her husband, as a chemist, developed the poison gas for the First World War. She was a committed pacifist and a particular role model for groups critical of armaments and feminists. Her marriage and her life ended tragically.

An evening of theater about love and renunciation, duty and passion, fatal scientific ambition, and misunderstood patriotism. Sabine Friedrich, born in 1958, is a German author of novels and plays. "Immerwahr" was published as a novel in 2007.

Director: Marcel Pomplun
Actress: Karen Schneeweiß-Voigt in twelve roles
Set Design: Thomas Gabriel

The performance rights are held by the theater publisher Hofman-Paul, Berlin.

Box office opens at 6:30 PM

Event data provided by: Reservix

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