luinalda: (Sherlock - unseen)
I'm a little late for this again...
FYI, I added the category Theatre/Concerts to the statistics, 'cause I finally (!) got to see some plays and a concert again in June. *yay* First ones this year, but hopefully not the last.

Rewatches are in italics. * = seen at the cinema

Movies
60. Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)
61. Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) *
62. Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)
63. Red (2010)
64. Star Trek: Generations (1994)
65. This Means War (Extended Version) (2012)
66. Star Trek: First Contact (1996)
67. Star Trek: Insurrection (1998)
68. Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)
69. Despicable Me (2010)
70. Ghost Town (2008)
71. Anger Management (2003)
72. Mirror Mirror (2012)

TV
265. Monk 7x15 - Mr. Monk And The Magician
266. Monk 7x16 - Mr. Monk Fights City Hall
267. Robin Hood (2006) 2x09 - Lardner's Ring
268. Robin Hood (2006) 2x10 - Walkabout
269. Criminal Minds 5x01 - Faceless, Nameless
270. Criminal Minds 5x02 - Haunted
271. Criminal Minds 5x03 - Reckoner
272. Criminal Minds 5x04 - Hopeless
273. Vicious 1x05
274. Criminal Minds 5x05 - Cradle To Grave
275. Criminal Minds 5x06 - The Eyes Have It
276. Criminal Minds 5x07 - The Performer
277. Criminal Minds 5x08 - Outfoxed
278. NCIS: Los Angeles 2x01 - Human Traffic
279. NCIS: Los Angeles 2x02 - Black Widow
280. NCIS: Los Angeles 2x03 - Borderline
281. NCIS: Los Angeles 2x04 - Special Delivery
282. Robin Hood (2006) 2x11 - Treasure Of The Nation
283. Robin Hood (2006) 2x12 - A Good Day To Die
284. Robin Hood (2006) 2x13 - We Are Robin Hood
285. Criminal Minds 5x09 - 100
286. Criminal Minds 5x10 - The Slave Of Duty
287. Criminal Minds 5x11 - Retaliation
288. Criminal Minds 5x12 - The Uncanny Valley
289. Criminal Minds 5x13 - Risky Business
290. Criminal Minds 5x14 - Parasite
291. Criminal Minds 5x15 - Public Enemy
292. Criminal Minds 5x16 - Mosley Lane
293. Criminal Minds 5x17 - Solitary Man
294. Criminal Minds 5x18 - The Fight
295. Criminal Minds 5x19 - Rite Of Passage
296. Criminal Minds 5x20 - ...A Thousand Words
297. Criminal Minds 5x21 - Exit Wounds
298. Criminal Minds 5x22 - The Internet Is Forever
299. Criminal Minds 5x23 - Our Darkest Hour
300. Star Trek: The Next Generation 1x01 - Encounter At Farpoint (1)
301. Star Trek: The Next Generation 1x02 - Encounter At Farpoint (2)
302. Hannibal 1x10 - Buffet Froid
303. Hannibal 1x11 - Rôti
304. Vicious 1x06
305. Warehouse 13 4x15 - Instinct
306. Warehouse 13 4x16 - Runaway
307. Star Trek: The Next Generation 1x03 - The Naked Now
308. Star Trek: The Next Generation 1x04 - Code Of Honor
309. Star Trek: The Next Generation 1x05 - The Last Outpost
310. Star Trek: The Next Generation 1x06 - Where No One Has Gone Before
311. Criminal Minds 6x01 - The Longest Night
312. Criminal Minds 6x02 - JJ
313. Criminal Minds 6x03 - Remembrance Of Things Past
314. Criminal Minds 6x04 - Compromising Positions
315. Criminal Minds 6x05 - Safe Haven
316. Criminal Minds 6x06 - Devil's Night
317. Criminal Minds 6x07 - Middle Man
318. Criminal Minds 6x08 - Reflection Of Desire
319. Hannibal 1x12 - Relevés
320. Graceland 1x01 - Pilot
321. Graceland 1x02 - Guadalajara Dog
322. Doctor Who - The Snowmen
323. Doctor Who 7x06 - The Bells Of Saint John
324. Star Trek: The Next Generation 1x07 - Lonely Among Us
325. Star Trek: The Next Generation 1x08 - Justice
326. Star Trek: The Next Generation 1x09 - The Battle
327. 2 Broke Girls 1x05 - And The '90s Horse Party
328. 2 Broke Girls 1x06 - And The Disappearing Bed
329. Criminal Minds 6x09 - Into The Woods
330. Criminal Minds 6x10 - What Happens At Home...
331. Criminal Minds 6x11 - 25 To Life
332. Criminal Minds 6x12 - Corazon
333. Hannibal 1x13 - Savoureux
334. Warehouse 13 4x17 - What Matters Most
335. Graceland 1x03 - Heat Run
336. Doctor Who 7x07 - The Rings Of Akhaten
337. Doctor Who 7x08 - Cold War
338. Criminal Minds 6x13 - The Thirteenth Step
339. Criminal Minds 6x14 - Sense Memory
340. Criminal Minds 6x15 - Today I Do
341. Criminal Minds 6x16 - Coda

Books
17. David Thewlis: "The Late Hector Kipling"
18. William Shakespeare: "As You Like It"
19. Ben Aaronovitch: "Moon Over Soho"

Theatre/Concerts
1. Der nackte Wahnsinn (Noises Off) [Kiel, 1 June]
2. Three Kingdoms [Kiel, 16 June]
3. Wie es euch gefällt (As You Like It) [Kiel, 23 June]
4. MerQury [live @ Kieler Woche, 24 June]
5. Der nackte Wahnsinn (Noises Off) [Kiel, 30 June]
luinalda: (Les Mis - Enjolras (Killian))
- So, yesterday it was time for our visit to the Rocky Horror Show in Hamburg. And it was just So. Much. Fun!!! :D The audience participation was just awesome! During the rain scene I actually thought that they had set of the sprinkler system (or maybe they had, who knows *g*), because it felt even more wet than the rain outside. *lol* The toilet paper and confetti throwing was great too. *gg* And I think everybody was on their feet during "Time Warp". :-)

I had hoped to see Rob Fowler as Frank 'N' Furter, but sadly he wasn't playing (apparently he had just been on holiday) and we had his cover, Matthew McKenna, instead. But Matthew was really great (and quite cute *ahem*)! As a matter of fact, the whole cast was very good. :-)

I felt a bit sorry for Sky Du Mont, who was the narrator, though. There were a couple of idiots people who yelled things like "Boring!" and "Get lost!" everytime he got on stage to do his thing... Ok, it probably really isn't the most interesting part of the show, but the narrator is still part of the show and movie - so get over it! But I don't think Sky was bothered too much by it anyway and he also had one or two good repartees ("You only have to listen to it once, but I have to do this every day." *gg*). ;-)

The Deutsches Schauspielhaus is really beautiful, btw. :-)
some theatre pics )

- It was back to school today. Six weeks of holiday just isn't long enough, is it? :p I really had to force myself out of bed this morning. *sighs* But the first day wasn't actually that bad.

- I should finish season 2 of Warehouse 13 tonight (I only have episode 2x12 and the Christmas one left). *yeah* And then I can start catching up on season 3. :D I'm really very much in love with the show by now. <3

- It's my cat's 1st birthday in exactly one week. \o/ Just sayin'.
luinalda: (London - telephone box)
This is a kind of musical theatre special. :D

Basically just some pics of the London theatres I've been to so far. Which I realised weren't really that many yet... Well, I'll try to work on that the next times I'm in London. ;-)

Read more... )
luinalda: (Les Mis - Enjolras (Killian))
My father is going to present my mother with tickets for the new Rocky Horror Show tour (which premieres tonight in Cologne) for her birthday and invited me to come along. \o/ Yeah, baby! :D I bloody LOVE the movie so much. <3 But I have never seen the show live before, so I'm quite excited about it! I booked the tickets yesterday for 14 August in Hamburg. I'm really looking forward to it. :-) The theatre (Deutsches Schauspielhaus) looks very posh, too!



Also, thanks for the v-gift, [livejournal.com profile] caesaria! I'm looking forward to tomorrow. :D (And am getting a bit nervous already...)
luinalda: (Les Mis - Enjolras (Killian))

Today I was in the theatre to see "Crazy For You" again. \o/ This was my third time. :D

Read more + a couple of pics )




Oh, and during intermission there was this guy standing near me who I swear looked exactly like Moss from The IT Crowd! :D Hair, glasses, and everything. It was quite spooky. *lol* I seriously considered taking a picture, but didn't dare because I think it would have been too obvious. Haha.

And to finish this post, have a night shot of our opera house.

luinalda: (Les Mis - Enjolras (Killian))

Today I was in the theatre to see "Crazy For You" again. \o/ This was my third time. :D

Read more + a couple of pics )




Oh, and during intermission there was this guy standing near me who I swear looked exactly like Moss from The IT Crowd! :D Hair, glasses, and everything. It was quite spooky. *lol* I seriously considered taking a picture, but didn't dare because I think it would have been too obvious. Haha.

And to finish this post, have a night shot of our opera house.

Update...

Jan. 28th, 2011 11:56 pm
luinalda: (Sherlock - dear diary)
I really WANT to update more often, but actually never have much to tell... :-(

Many thanks for the v-gift, [livejournal.com profile] baka_yu. It's adorable! <3

On Wednesday I went to the theatre and saw "Crazy For You" again. Still very funny show! :D I enjoyed it so much once again. I especially like the scene with the two drunk Zanglers ("What Causes That"). *lol* Also, the songs are really growing on me. Usually this kind of... let's call it "classical" musical songs (in this case Gershwin) aren't quite my cup of tea, but some of these are really catchy. :-)
Unfortunately I had no luck with meeting Jens at the stagedoor afterwards. Also would've liked to see Karin. But, frankly, I only waited for about 20 minutes, because a) I was the only one there which always makes me feel highly uncomfortable *is very shy* ;-) and b) it was quite cold... Ah well, maybe will try again another time. Definitely going to see the musical again in March if I can get tickets, methinks. :D

Had to work yesterday and today, but on the plus side: I have tomorrow off! \o/ Yay for free saturdays!! :-) They are rare enough for me... *sighs*

Finally found the time to start with season 2 of Supernatural this week. \o/ Still loving this show!!! :D
But I have the feeling that I had seen at least 2 scenes before... The first one was in 1x22 "Devil's Trap", near the end when the boys and John get back to that motel room and John then "goes demonic". And the second one was in 2x02 "Everybody Loves A Clown", when they walk into that tent and Dean unknowingly asks the blind man if he had seen Mr. Cooper around + the short, quite funny dialogue that follows.
Weird. *g* Must have zapped through them when they were on TV or something. ;-)

I think the only shows I'm actually up-to-date with are White Collar, Primeval and The Big Bang Theory. *lol* Which are all fantastic by the way! <3 But God, there is sooo much else to catch up with... *help* ;-) *g*
luinalda: (Sean Bean)

Today I went to the theatre. Again at last, after 11 long months without a visit. *sighs*
I watched the play "Sechzehn Verletzte" ("Sixteen Wounded") by Eliam Kraiem.
The play only needs one scenery (the inside of the bakery) and 5 actors. Despite the quite serious subject there are some moments to smile or even laugh from time to time. Nevertheless the end is kind of dismaying and leaves you pensive for a while.
I especially loved Marko Gebbert, who is my favourite of the ensemble and frankly was the reason I wanted to see this play in the first place. *dumdidum* ;-) But Siegfried Kristen was very good as well, as were the other three actors (Claudia Macht, Jennifer Böhm, Stefan W. Wang).
I really liked it a lot. :-) As this was the last performance I'm really glad that I had the chance to see it.


Heute war ich endlich mal wieder im Theater. Nach fast genau 11 langen Monaten ohne einen Besuch. *seufz*
Angeschaut habe ich mir "Sechzehn Verletzte" von Eliam Kraiem. 
Zur Story:
"Hans betreibt einen kleinen Bäckerladen in Amsterdam. Das ruhige Leben des jüdischen Bäckers ändert sich, als Mahmoud, ein junger Palästinenser, eines Tages von Hooligans durch die Schaufensterscheibe seines Geschäfts geschmissen wird. Hans kümmert sich um den Verletzten und bietet ihm schließlich sogar an, ihn bei sich aufzunehmen. Mahmoud lernt also Backen und verliebt sich schließlich in Nora, eine junge Frau, die ebenfalls für Hans arbeitet. Als sich allerdings herausstellt, dass Mahmoud nicht nur ‚illegal’ in den Niederlanden lebt, sondern auch ein Attentat mit tödlichem Ausgang begangen hat, nehmen die Spannungen zu. Mahmouds Weltbild und seine politischen Verpflichtungen als Palästinenser scheinen mit den Vorstellungen von Nora und Hans und dem Versuch eines glücklichen Zusammenlebens in einem westeuropäischen Land nur schwer vereinbar.
Eliam Kraiem hat mit SECHZEHN VERLETZTE ein verstörendes Stück geschrieben, das den Weltkonflikt zwischen Israelis und Palästinensern in der vermeintlich überschaubaren, kleinen Welt eines Amsterdamer Bäckerladens ansiedelt – und dabei doch große Fragen stellt, wie die nach der Möglichkeit, den Zwängen politisch verhärteter Fronten zu entkommen."
(von www.theater-kiel.de) 
Das Stück kommt mit nur einem Bühnenbild (das Innere des Bäckerladens) und 5 Darstellern aus. Trotz des doch sehr ernsten Themas gibt es hin und wieder auch Momente zum Schmunzeln oder Lachen. Das Ende ist allerdings recht beklemmend und macht nachdenklich.
Besonders klasse fand ich natürlich Marko Gebbert, der mein Liebling im Schauspielensemble ist und ehrlich gesagt auch der Hauptgrund, warum ich mir das Stück überhaupt ansehen wollte. *dumdidum* ;-) Aber auch Siegfried Kristen war toll, und auch die übrigen 3 Darsteller (Claudia Macht, Jennifer Böhm, Stefan W. Wang).
Mir hat es wirklich total gut gefallen. :-) Es war die letzte Vorstellung des Stückes und ich bin echt froh, dass ich es mir noch ansehen konnte.

 

(links: Ksch. Siegfried Kristen als Hans, rechts: Marko Gebbert als Mahmoud)


Hier noch ein Review (mit ein paar Bildern) zur Kieler Premiere:
http://www.kiel4kiel.de/News-article-sid-14123-topic-3.html

 

luinalda: (Sean Bean)

Today I went to the theatre. Again at last, after 11 long months without a visit. *sighs*
I watched the play "Sechzehn Verletzte" ("Sixteen Wounded") by Eliam Kraiem.
The play only needs one scenery (the inside of the bakery) and 5 actors. Despite the quite serious subject there are some moments to smile or even laugh from time to time. Nevertheless the end is kind of dismaying and leaves you pensive for a while.
I especially loved Marko Gebbert, who is my favourite of the ensemble and frankly was the reason I wanted to see this play in the first place. *dumdidum* ;-) But Siegfried Kristen was very good as well, as were the other three actors (Claudia Macht, Jennifer Böhm, Stefan W. Wang).
I really liked it a lot. :-) As this was the last performance I'm really glad that I had the chance to see it.


Heute war ich endlich mal wieder im Theater. Nach fast genau 11 langen Monaten ohne einen Besuch. *seufz*
Angeschaut habe ich mir "Sechzehn Verletzte" von Eliam Kraiem. 
Zur Story:
"Hans betreibt einen kleinen Bäckerladen in Amsterdam. Das ruhige Leben des jüdischen Bäckers ändert sich, als Mahmoud, ein junger Palästinenser, eines Tages von Hooligans durch die Schaufensterscheibe seines Geschäfts geschmissen wird. Hans kümmert sich um den Verletzten und bietet ihm schließlich sogar an, ihn bei sich aufzunehmen. Mahmoud lernt also Backen und verliebt sich schließlich in Nora, eine junge Frau, die ebenfalls für Hans arbeitet. Als sich allerdings herausstellt, dass Mahmoud nicht nur ‚illegal’ in den Niederlanden lebt, sondern auch ein Attentat mit tödlichem Ausgang begangen hat, nehmen die Spannungen zu. Mahmouds Weltbild und seine politischen Verpflichtungen als Palästinenser scheinen mit den Vorstellungen von Nora und Hans und dem Versuch eines glücklichen Zusammenlebens in einem westeuropäischen Land nur schwer vereinbar.
Eliam Kraiem hat mit SECHZEHN VERLETZTE ein verstörendes Stück geschrieben, das den Weltkonflikt zwischen Israelis und Palästinensern in der vermeintlich überschaubaren, kleinen Welt eines Amsterdamer Bäckerladens ansiedelt – und dabei doch große Fragen stellt, wie die nach der Möglichkeit, den Zwängen politisch verhärteter Fronten zu entkommen."
(von www.theater-kiel.de) 
Das Stück kommt mit nur einem Bühnenbild (das Innere des Bäckerladens) und 5 Darstellern aus. Trotz des doch sehr ernsten Themas gibt es hin und wieder auch Momente zum Schmunzeln oder Lachen. Das Ende ist allerdings recht beklemmend und macht nachdenklich.
Besonders klasse fand ich natürlich Marko Gebbert, der mein Liebling im Schauspielensemble ist und ehrlich gesagt auch der Hauptgrund, warum ich mir das Stück überhaupt ansehen wollte. *dumdidum* ;-) Aber auch Siegfried Kristen war toll, und auch die übrigen 3 Darsteller (Claudia Macht, Jennifer Böhm, Stefan W. Wang).
Mir hat es wirklich total gut gefallen. :-) Es war die letzte Vorstellung des Stückes und ich bin echt froh, dass ich es mir noch ansehen konnte.

 

(links: Ksch. Siegfried Kristen als Hans, rechts: Marko Gebbert als Mahmoud)


Hier noch ein Review (mit ein paar Bildern) zur Kieler Premiere:
http://www.kiel4kiel.de/News-article-sid-14123-topic-3.html

 

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