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Klingon Opera In Berlin

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For German fans of Klingon opera, tomorrow is a good day to hie….over to the Haus der Kulturen der Welt to see “U,” a complete Klingon Opera.

In “U,” the unforgettable hero Kahless is “betrayed by his brother [and] forced to go down into the underworld and to invent the close range conflict weapon Bat’leth to topple the tyrant Molo.”

“Using original Klingon instruments and sung in Klingon, the production staged by Floris Schönfeld has already enjoyed four years of success among Trekkies and friends of experimental opera alike, realized in collaboration with the Klingon Terran Research Ensemble and composer Eef van Breen.”

U” will take place tomorrow, Friday, February 22 at 8 PM at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin, Germany. Tickets cost ten Euros, but those attending dressed as Klingons can get two tickets for the price of one. For more information, head to the link located here.

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2 thoughts on “Klingon Opera In Berlin

  1. That is awesome.

    Ironically, I’ve always thought German is the real life language that Klingon most reminds me of. Its very guttural.

    (I’m American, but my family traces its roots back to Germany, so I’ve heard more than a bit of German, even though I don’t speak a word of it myself.)

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