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The image shows: Felix Goeser (Charles Bronson / Michael Coolhaze), Anita Vulesica (Bonnie / Mammy)
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The image shows: Rocko Schamoni (Shaggy), Heinz Strunk (Mother Coolhaze), Jacques Palminger (Blue Note)
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The image shows: Felix Goeser (Charles Bronson / Michael Coolhaze), Anita Vulesica (Bonnie / Mammy)
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Go to hell, Ingo Sachs (Fahr zur Hölle, Ingo Sachs)

an action-musical by Studio Braun (Rocko Schamoni, Heinz Strunk, Jacques Plaminger)

It’s 1982 and shooting for Ingo Sachs’ new film 'Coolhaze' is well underway. Sachs is an ambitious director, as well as a megalomaniac who has lost touch with reality. He pushes his crew to their limits – especially his overwhelmed assistant Spank, who reacts to the pressure by throwing hysterical fits on the set and terrorizing the actors. Sachs envisions his movie as part blockbuster, part stylish avant-garde film, in which the themes of revenge and self-justice figure prominently. To guarantee commercial and critical success, the director is aiming for a cross between the Charles Bronson vigilante thriller 'Death Wish' and Heinrich von Kleist’s novella 'Michael Kohlhaas'.
 
Coolhaze is a motorcycle dealer from New York. On the way to New Jersey to deliver some bikes, he and his colleague Shaggy run into Coolhaze’s old high school rival Coby Burner. Now a corrupt police officer, Burner confiscates their motorbikes. After Coolhaze fails to find any support, even from the public prosecutor’s office, he decides to take matters into his own hands. A fight over the bikes and the resulting personal tragedy trigger a brutal campaign of vengeance in which Coolhaze, the pacifist, morphs into a mass murderer.
 
Heinz Strunk, Rocko Schamoni and Jacques Palminger are Studio Braun. These three outstanding musicians, actors, writers and entertainers have long stood for comedy that goes beyond the boring mainstream, in the tradition of Valentin, Gerhard Polt, Loriot, Helge Schneider and Heino ­Jäger.  The “Süddeutsche Zeitung” newspaper called them “The godfathers of telephone terror” for their infamous prank calls. Two of comedy trio’s members are also known for their bestselling autobiographical novels: Heinz Strunk for 'Fleisch ist mein ­Gemüse' ('Meat is My Vegetable') and Rocko Schamoni for 'Dorfpunks' ('Small-Town Punks'). 'Go to Hell, Ingo Sachs' is Studio Braun’s first production for the Deutsches Theater. 
 World Premiere 
November 18, 2011
Director Studio Braun
Set Janina Audick
Costumes Marysol del Castillo
Music Sebastian Hoffmann, Studio Braun
Maestro Sebastian Hoffmann
Orchestra André Matov (guitar), Charlotte Greve (alto saxophone, flute, bass clarinet), Christopher Colaco (piano), Derek Scherzer (percussion), Florian Menzel (principal trumpet), Geoffroy Dabrock (trombone), Gregor Fuhrmann (cello), Isabel Würdinger (2nd violin), Jenny Marielle Dilg (1st violin), Johannes Böhmer (2nd trumpet), Jörg Hochapfel (keyboard), Malte Schiller (tenor saxophone, flute), Marie Renault (viola), Runa Isene (1st violin), Sherin Sorour (2nd violin), Tom Berkmann (double bass)
Video Eva Könnemann
Dramaturgy Anika Steinhoff

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Felix Goeser (Charles Bronson / Michael Coolhaze), Ole Lagerpusch (Ingo Sachs), Moritz Grove (Spank / Coby Burner / Luther), Anita Vulesica (Bonnie / Mammy), Katrin Wichmann (Jeanette / Dotty), Jens Rachut (Host / Clown / Cat), Rocko Schamoni (Shaggy), Heinz Strunk (Mother Coolhaze), Jacques Palminger (Blue Note), Malin Nagel / Hannes Oppermann (Live-Camera, Clapperboard), Nicole Lowery (Make-up woman Mila), Lara Scherpinski (Sound), Martina Jonigk (script girl), Studio Braun (as Studio Braun)

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