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Jörg Hartmann featured by “Schoog im Dialog”

Wed 19. Feb 2025 / 20.00 o'clock
Kurhaus Baden-Baden • Runder Saal
Talk series with Bernadette Schoog

Tickets: 28 € (free choice of seats). 92 € package price when booking all Schoog in Dialogue dates in 2025.Tickets are available onlineand in our ticket offices.

Four times a year, Bernadette Schoog invites prominent guests to the Kurhaus Baden-Baden for a discussion. Exciting personalities are asked about their lives, visions, ideas, influences and thoughts. A close-up, ninety-minute experience with an empathetic interviewer in a wonderful setting.

Of course, everyone knows him as the quirky and slightly quick-tempered crime scene detective Peter Faber from Dortmund. Depressive, bulky and extremely unpredictable. This character has little or nothing to do with Jörg Hartmann as a person; it is just one of the many facets that this well-known character actor is capable of showing. We saw him in a completely different light in the TV multi-part series "Weissensee", where he plays the Stasi officer Falk Kupfer with such intensity and sharp edges that you freeze in front of the screen.  And he not only shines on the big screen or on television. He has been a permanent member of the famous Berlin theater "Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz" for many years, where he can also be seen on stage in a wide variety of roles. Now he has also written a highly acclaimed book - about his youth and growing up in the Ruhr area, about his father, about his acting, about the "noise of life". Jörg Hartmann will be talking about all of this with Bernadette Schoog in the Round Hall.

Photos: Jörg Hartmann, © Silvia Medina; Bernadette Schoog, © Peter M. Schoog

 

 

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