Film

1963 Mother Holly

The widow has an ugly and lazy daughter, Pechmarie, and a beautiful and hard-working step-daughter, Goldmarie. Because Pechmarie is her real daughter, the widow clearly favors her and makes Goldmarie [...]

Karin Ugowski im Film Frau Holle
1964 The Golden Goose

Klaus lives with his two brothers Kunz and Franz in a little village. Together, they ply their trade as cobblers in a small workshop. But the workload rests mainly on the shoulders of ill-treated [...]

Karin Ugowski in Die Goldene Gans
1965 King Thrushbeard

A beautiful, but spoiled and shallow princess rudely criticizes all her suitors because she is too proud. She is impressed with the last one, but her pride will not let her accept him. He is a young [...]

Karin Ugowski in König Drosselbart
1965 The successor

Frank Seeburg (Stanislaw Zaczyk), a successful writer, is called to the bedside of his former schoolmate, journalist Volker Rochmann (Horst Drinda), in one night. He was seriously injured in an [...]

Karin Ugowski 1963
1966 Trick 17 B

The film “Trick 17 b” was the DFF's attempt to dramatize events from the everyday life of the German Bundeswehr using artistic means. The main reason for this was the fact that the ranger training in [...]

Karin Ugowski
1966 Columbus 64 - "Allow, Brecher, Berlin - Episode 1"

Georg Brecher (Armin Mueller-Stahl), a 34-year-old journalist with ambitions as a writer, leads a young woman named Karin (Karin Ugowski) through the Pergamon Museum. Afterwards they both spend the [...]

Karin Ugwoski in Columbus 64
1968 Secret operations unit "Spree" - "Episode 1"

Secret operations unit "Spree" was the sequel to the scout films “Secret operations unit Boomerang” (1966) and “Secret operations unit Ciupaga” (1967). In the spring of 1945 it was definitive: the [...]

Otto Mellies in Geheimkommando Spree
1968 Secret operations unit "Spree" - "Episode 2"

In extreme emergency, Bernd Roland and Toni Burian have to leave the moving train on the free route. Bernd Roland is injured when jumping. But he manages to stop a hospital car and give the order to [...]

Otto Mellies in Geheimkommando Spree
1969 Secret Tracks - "Episode 1"

"Secret Traces" was the continuation of the television films "Secret Command Boomerang" (1966), "Secret Command Ciupaga" (1968) and "Secret Command Spree" (1968), which had already been successfully [...]

1969 Secret Tracks - "Episode 2"

"Secret Traces" was the continuation of the television films "Secret Command Boomerang" (1966), "Secret Command Ciupaga" (1968) and "Secret Command Spree" (1968), which had already been successfully [...]

1969 Secret Tracks - "Episode 3"

"Secret Traces" was the continuation of the television films "Secret Command Boomerang" (1966), "Secret Command Ciupaga" (1968) and "Secret Command Spree" (1968), which had already been successfully [...]

1969 The prosecutor has the floor - "The hoax"

Dombrowsky, the accountant of a medium-sized state-owned company, is at the center of the action. Driven by petty-bourgeois addiction and enrichment addiction, he uses shortcomings in the operational [...]

Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort - Falschmeldung
1970 Signals - "A space adventure"

Signals - A Space Adventure is a science fiction film produced by DEFA in cooperation with the Polish film company Przedsiebiorstwo Realizacji Filmów Zespoły Filmowe Warszawa, directed by Gottfried [...]

Karin Ugowski in Signale , Karin Ugowski in Signale 2 , Karin Ugowski in Signale 3
1971 The prosecutor has the floor - "The case Valentin Erbsand"

The film portrays a case in which millions of euros of damage were caused by insufficient compliance with the fire protection regulations for welding work. It was not just Erbsand, the locksmith, who [...]

1971 Osceola

Florida, 1830 - Of all eastern Native American tribes, only the Seminoles have resisted being moved to reservations. Having retreated to Florida, they live a simple horticultural life. But white [...]

Karin Ugowski in Osceola , Karin Ugowski in Osceola 2
1971 Filmmakers

The film's plot initially leads to a young film circle in West Berlin. Here directors make their narrow-film projectors buzz, and the “films” produced are then shown to a scene audience; in filmmaker [...]

Filme Macher
1972 Police call 110 - "Blood type AB"

With her role as Lieutenant Helga Lindt, Karin Ugowski was the first female commissioner on German television back in 1972.

A “Wartburg” car starts rolling on a rain-soaked country road, and the [...]

Karin Ugwoski als Kommissarin Helga Lindt im Polizeiruf 110 - Blutgruppe AB , Karin Ugwoski als Kommissarin Helga Lindt im Polizeiruf 110 - Blutgruppe AB , Karin Ugwoski als Kommissarin Helga Lindt im Polizeiruf 110 - Blutgruppe AB
1973 Police call 110 - "Trouble on Water"

A fire breaks out during the training session in the team of the ice sailors. The athletes and the caretaker try to extinguish it themselves until the fire department arrives. A valuable Hogarth [...]

Karin Ugowski als Kommissarin Helga Lindt in Polizeiruf 110 - Alarm am See , Karin Ugowski als Kommissarin Helga Lindt in Polizeiruf 110 - Alarm am See , Karin Ugowski als Kommissarin Helga Lindt in Polizeiruf 110 - Alarm am See
1976 The prosecutor has the floor - " The letter from Slubice"

​​​​​​The man for all seasons - that is how Harry Korn (Volkmar Kleinert) could be called, wherever he appears there is always something going on. Even in his job as a tram driver, he behaves [...]

Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort - Titelbild schwarz/weiss
1977 The suicide of Agnes Wabnitz

This film is a historical drama and is based on real events and deals with the story of Agnes Wabnitz, daughter of a wealthy inn owner, born in 1841. A police report of the Berlin district from August [...]

Grabstätte von Agnes Wabnitz
1977 The invisible visor - "Afrikaanse Broederbond - Episode 1"

“The Invisible Visor” is a multi-part television film series that was produced from 1973 to 1979. 1966, Afrikaanse Broederbond was a secret organization in South Africa. The members of this [...]

Karin Ugowski in Das unsichtbare Visier - Afrikaanse Broederbond Teil 1 , Karin Ugowski in Das unsichtbare Visier - Afrikaanse Broederbond Teil 1 , Karin Ugowski in Das unsichtbare Visier - Afrikaanse Broederbond Teil 1
1977 The invisible visor - "Afrikaanse Broederbond - Episode 2"

The wife of the scientist Jürgen Machholz, fatally poisoned in South Africa, Eva Machholz (Karin Ugowski) is kidnapped by the secret services BND and the South African BOSS from Germany to South [...]

Karin Ugowski in Das unsichtbare Visier - Afrikaanse Broederbond Teil 2 , Karin Ugowski in Das unsichtbare Visier - Afrikaanse Broederbond Teil 2 , Karin Ugowski in Das unsichtbare Visier - Afrikaanse Broederbond Teil 2
1977 The invisible visor - "Afrikaanse Broederbond - Episode 3"

Eva Machholz moves into a house in South Africa and is monitored around the clock by secret services. Martin Tanner (Gunter Schoß), whom Jürgen Machholz asked to contact his wife before his death [...]

Karin Ugowski in Das unsichtbare Visier - Afrikaanse Broederbond Teil 3 , Karin Ugowski in Das unsichtbare Visier - Afrikaanse Broederbond Teil 3 , Karin Ugowski in Das unsichtbare Visier - Afrikaanse Broederbond Teil 3
1978 The prosecutor has the floor - "A Dream called "Waldidyll""

A sophisticated trio has teamed up in the “Waldidyll” restaurant: Hilla Simke (Karin Ugwoski), her husband Benno (Jürgen Zartmann) and the waiter Justus (Bernd Stegemann). They defraud their guests [...]

Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort - Titelbild
1979 The thing in the castle

The old professor Bunzberger sits on a park bench and lets his imagination roam. He is kidnapped by two pensioners in a veteran's home and is prompted to put the finishing touches on a time machine [...]

Karin Ugowski in Das Ding im Schloss
1979 The guy with rough edges

The film is based on Klaus Beuchler's youth book of the same name. Uwe (Thomas Winter) had set himself ambitious goals; he wanted to become world champion in diving. But then his father is killed in a [...]

Typ mit Stachel - Klaus Beuchler
1980 When games come true

The film takes place in a working-class district of a German city in 1934. Here the children do not play robbers and gendarmes, but unemployed people and police officers. But for 6-year-old Peter [...]

Ernste Spiele - Poster
1981 Kippenberg

Kippenberg is a feature film from 1981, based on the novel of the same name by Dieter Noll from 1979. The title hero Joachim Kippenberg (Peter Aust), 36 years old, a successful doctor and chemist, is [...]

Kippenberg - Dieter Noll
1981 The prosecutor has the floor - "Night Game"

Magically attracted by cards, dice and roulette, they try their luck. The meeting point is the Reinhardt couple's apartment, which turns into a gambler's paradise in the evening. Dagmar (Karin Ugowski [...]

Karin Ugowski in Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort - Nachtpartie , Karin Ugowski in Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort - Nachtpartie , Karin Ugowski in Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort - Nachtpartie
1983 Through the mirror

This film focuses on three men: Horst Knüpfer (Horst Drinda), Jürgen Matthes (Peter Reusse), Peter Vorberger (Jaecki Schwarz) and their relationships with their women. Peter is 30 years old and has - [...]

1983 The prosecutor has the floor - "Please pay the bill"

Gabriela Schöne (Heidrun Welskop) was spoiled by her parents. She loves luxury and avoids difficulties, which is why she often changes jobs. When she quits again hastily and her father makes [...]

Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort - Titelbild
1984 The dolls house of Pinnow

On the way to the holiday camp, 16-year-old Steffi falls in love with Norbert, whom she has known for a long time from visits to her grandfather in Pinnow. With a quick decision she changes her plans [...]

1984 Police call 110 - "Friends"

Two friends make a plan. Everything should go very quickly and nothing could go wrong. One of them, Jens Pohle (Ulrich Müller), was not entirely honest with his fiancé Marion (Johanna Schall). He [...]

Karin Ugowski in Polzeiruf 110 - Freunde
1984 Oh my Love

Mama's boy Detlef (Jaecki Schwarz) is a late bloomer when it comes to love. His previous acquaintances quickly separated from him after having had coffee with his mother. One day he decides to change [...]

1985 The prosecutor has the floor - "I go to grandma"

Helga Rothe (Marianne Wünscher) was the focus of her house for many years. She helped her single daughter Iris (Karin Ugowski) and raised her grandson Mathias (Thomas Dannemann). Helga Rothe spoils [...]

Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort - Titelbild
1985 The Double

Confusion and love comedy: Brigitte Kaufmann wants to divorce her husband Jörg. He is an engineer and a manager of an electrical company - and a hopeless pedant. Benno, Brigitte's former friend, has a [...]

Der Doppelgänger Poster
1986 The prosecutor has the floor - "Piano wanted"

Olof Müller (Dietmar Burkhard) works as a cook, but without a permanent position. After helping Jenny (Andrea Meißner) and her aunt Ria (Karin Ugowski) with a car breakdown, he throws off his seasonal [...]

Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort - Titelbild
1987 The prosecutor has the floor - "Sky blue or Hans in luck"

Margitta (Diana Urbank) is a singer in the band "Himmelblau" (Sky blue). During the day she works in her mother's boutique (Karin Ugowski). Her mother wants a solid career goal for her daughter and [...]

Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort - Titelbild
1989 Police call 110 - "Stolen Luck"

Christmas time: Ten-year-old Norbert Pfeiffer (Danny Awege) is much alone. His parents (Karin Ugowski / Klaus Hecke) are both very busy professionally, the father still has to work at home, so that [...]

Polizeiruf 110 Titelbild
1989 The Persons Involved

... is a socially critical DEFA film by Horst E. Brandt. Prevented by DDR censorship in the 1960s, he was only able to dedicate this subject to his last film in 1988. (Source: prisma.de)

Die Beteiligten - Poster , Die Beteiligten
1989 A Useful Man

The young management team Uli Merkel receives an explosive order from the general management of his company: he is supposed to get back the lost technology designs of his predecessor Heiner Rudolf [...]

Ein brauchbarer Mann Poster
1990 The prosecutor has the floor - "Hello partner"

Hubertus Fahrenbach hopes that his son Joachim will take over his tailoring studio one day. But he doesn't feel like it. In the argument, Joachim leaves his father and moves in with his new friend [...]

Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort - Titelbild
1990 The prosecutor has the floor - "Blonde tiger, black tango"

Confident and firmly convinced of packing her second, new life, "blonde tiger" Biggi says goodbye to "black tango" Christa and steps in front of the gates of the house where she had to spend three [...]

Der Staatsanwalt hat das Wort - Titelbild
1991 A little magic in the afternoon

Children wants to be adults. But what happens when this becomes reality through a spell. This is exactly what happens to the siblings Thomas (Alexander Milke) and Katja (Anja Humboldt). For an [...]

1993 The men from K3 - "Dirty money"

"The Men from K3" was a German crime fiction series broadcast from 1988 to 2003 in feature length about four Hamburg commissioners in a homicide commission. As a result, the haulier Moosbacher [...]

1999 Police call 110 - "Swamp"

The journalist Jürgen Loock is killed by the explosion of a car bomb. His daughter Meike narrowly escaped the attack. Is revenge the motive for the fatal attack, or did the journalist die because he [...]

2003 Mom makes it possible

In order not to lose her wonderful house, the unemployed widow Pia Brandt forged her certificates and got a job as a private secretary. Pia is to help the noble Isabel Haberland, who wants to set up [...]

2004 Desire

An extreme athlete crashes while climbing and falls in love with the doctor who has an operation. This turns out to be an alcoholic who loses his license to practice medicine a little later. When she [...]

2004 Crazy about Markus Werner

Vera (Anett Heilfort) has no job and no man. As is so often the case, she seeks advice from her astrologer Luna (Karin Ugowski) and is rammed by a 150-kilo man on roller blades shortly thereafter [...]

2005 Open

More than once Karin Ugowski has surprised with her versatility, as shown again in the more recent years, like in the cinema short film Open (2005) of the director Charlotte Siebenrock, when she [...]

Open (Kurzfilom)
2005 My father's murderer

17-year-old Julian Feldhof lives with his mother Clara in an idyllic village on the Baltic Sea coast. At the age of twelve, he witnessed the murder of his father. But he can't remember anything. The [...]

2006 Tornado, Wrath of Heaven

The hottest summer in years: Meteorologist Jan returns from Oklahoma, where he has studied twisters up close, after faring a traumatic catastrophe during his dangerous research. Back in Berlin, he [...]

2017 Foxtrot

Foxtrot (Hebrew: פוֹקְסטְרוֹט‎) is a 2017 internationally co-produced drama film written and directed by Samuel Maoz. It stars Lior Ashkenazi and Sarah Adler as a couple who are informed that their [...]

Karin Ugowski in Foxtrot

Stage

1964 The chaste stork

An evening with chansons and poems by Kurt Tucholsky and Erich Kästner.

Erich Kästner , Kurt Tucholsky
1966 Jeanne or The Lark

The Lark (French: L'Alouette) is a 1952 play about Joan of Arc by the French playwright Jean Anouilh. The play covers the trial, condemnation, and execution of Joan, but has a highly unusual ending [...]

Jeanne oder Die Lerche - Volksbühne - Poster
1967 Intrigue and Love

Intrigue and Love, sometimes Love and Intrigue, Love and Politics or Luise Miller (German: Kabale und Liebe, literally "Cabal and Love") is a five-act play written by the German dramatist Friedrich [...]

Kabale und Liebe - Friedrich Schiller - Historisches Buchcover
1968 Seventh: steal a little less

The original play "Settimo: ruba un po' meno" by Dario Fo (Dario Luigi Angelo Fo) of the year 1964 is a cemetery satire on corruption, with the girl Enea in the center, the limitlessly naive [...]

Siebentens: stiehl ein bisschen weniger - Volksbühne - Poster
1968 O, Hamlet, what an ascent!

The play shows samples of work from Hermann Kant.

1969 V for Vietnam

The original play "V comme Vietnam" by Armand Gatti of the year 1967 is about the American war in Vietnam.

V wie Vietnam - Volksbühne -Poster
1970 Caesar and Cleopatra

Deutsche Fernsehfunk presented “Caesar and Cleopatra” with a direct transmission of the successful production from the Volksbühne Berlin. The play was premiered by George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) in [...]

Caesar und Cleopatra - Volksbühne - Poster
1970 The Doctor in Spite of Himself

Le Médecin malgré lui  "The doctor/physician in spite of himself" is a farce by Molière first presented in 1666 at le théâtre du Palais-Royal by la Troupe du Roi. The play is one of several plays by [...]

Der Arzt wider Willen - Volksbühne - Poster
1971 Arrows of Eros. A moral picture of the ancient world
1973 Rameau's Nephew

Denis Diderot's philosophical dialogue "Rameaus Neffe" has been one of the most successful productions of the Volksbühne with around 300 performances since its premiere on December 3, 1973 in the [...]

Karin Ugowski on stage
1974 The Toth Family

Tóték (The Toth Family) is a play by Hungarian writer István György Örkény from 1967. Adaptation and toleration up to self-abandonment? Fire chief Tót and his family in the idyllic mountain village [...]

Volksbühne Berlin
1975 The Little Green Swallow

The original work "L'Augellino Belverde" by Carlo Gozzi is a philosophical fairy tale told in three acts. Two abandoned royal children, Renzo and Barbarina, who grew up in the butchers' households of [...]

Das schöne grüne Vögelchen - Volksbühne - Poster
1976 Manual Operation

Handbetrieb (Manual Operation) is a play by the Polish-born writer Paul Grazik from 1976, which was premiered in the Volksbühne in the same year. The piece shows the contradictory nature of the [...]

Zuschauersaal Volksbühne
1976 The German Provincial

The German small-town is a comedy in four acts by August von Kotzebue, which deals with the petty-bourgeois world. The mayor of the town of Krähwinkel wants to marry his daughter Sabine to the [...]

Die Deutschen Kleinstädter - Historisches Reclam Heft
1977 A Dead Man's Memoir

Theatrical Novel (also A Dead Man's Memoir) is an unfinished novel by Mikhail Bulgakov. Written in first-person, on behalf of a writer Sergei Maksudov, the novel tells of the drama behind-the-scenes [...]

Aufzeichnungen eines Toten - Volksbühne - Poster
1979 All's Well That Ends Well

All's Well That Ends Well is a play by William Shakespeare, published in the First Folio in 1623, where it is listed among the comedies. There is a debate regarding the dating of the composition of [...]

Ende gut, alles gut - Volksbühne - Poster
1979 The conscience

 

"The conscience" is a stage version of the novel by the Polish writer Jozef Lenart. (Source: Neues Deutschland Archiv)

Karin Ugowski in Das Gewissen , Karin Ugowski in Das Gewissen
1980 Homeland

Heimat (“Home”; 1893) is a play by the German dramatist Hermann Sudermann. The play, either in the original German or in translations, was commonly also known as Magda, the name of the heroine. It was [...]

Karin Ugowski in Heimat , Karin Ugowski in Heimat
1981 The Miser

The Miser (French: L'Avare) is a five-act comedy in prose by the French playwright Molière. It was first performed on September 9, 1668, in the theatre of the Palais-Royal in Paris. The miser of the [...]

Der Geizige - Volksbühne - Poster , Karin Ugowski in Der Geizige , Karin Ugowski in Der Geizige , Karin Ugowski während der Proben zu Der Geizige , Karin Ugowski während der Proben zu Der Geizige
1981 The criminals

 

The play by Austrian-German writer and theater director Ferdinand Brückner takes place in 1928. In a city apartment building, war and revolution have put together a mixture of all classes [...]

Karin Ugowski in Die Verbrecher , Karin Ugowski in Die Verbrecher
1982 The so-called private life

The Russian writer and war correspondent wrote about this play himself: I am not scared by terms such as "romance novel" or even "novel about a love of war" or "love in wartime". The title of my [...]

Das sogenannte Privatleben - Konstantin Simonow - Cover
1982 In front of everyone

The comedy by the writer Rudi Strahl had a joint premiere in 1982 at the Schauspielhaus Leipzig and the Berlin Theater im Palast (TIP). (Source: Theater der Zeit)

https://www.theaterderzeit.de/1982 [...]

Vor aller Augen - Rudi Strahl - Cover
1984 My thick coat and princess petite feet and the 7 elephants

Albert Wendt is a German children's book author, whose plays "My thick coat" and "Princess petite feet and the seven elephants" were premiered on the Berlin Volksbühne in 1982. (Source: Wikipedia) [...]

Prinzessin Zartfuss und die sieben Elefanten - Cover
1985 Garage

The play "Garage" by Emil Braginskij and Edgar Rjasanow from is a satirical comedy, translated from the Russian by Rüdiger Volkmer. (Source: antikbuch24.de)

https://volksbuehne.adk.de/deutsch [...]

Garage - Volksbühne - Poster , Karin Ugowski in Garage
1985 The little witch who couldn't be angry

"The little witch who couldn't be angry" (original title: A Bruxinha que era boa - 1958) by Brazilian author Maria Clara Machado was an en-suite Christmas project for children at the Volksbühne in [...]

Die kleine Hexe die nicht böse sein konnte - Cover - 1958
1987 Kaspar the human

Kaspar, the human being is a comedy written by Adolf Glaßbrenner in Hamburg. It was published in 1850. The play can be called a reading drama because it is much more like a political pamphlet than a [...]

Kaspar der Mensch - Cover
1988 Last of the Red Hot Lovers

Last of the Red Hot Lovers is a comedy by Neil Simon. It premiered on Broadway in 1969. Barney Cashman, a middle-aged, married nebbish wants to join the sexual revolution before it is too late. A [...]

Der letzte feurige Liebhaber - Buchcover
1989 Heart of a Dog

Heart of a Dog (Original title: Собачье сердце, Sobachye syerdtsye) is a novella by Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov. A biting satire of Bolshevism, it was written in 1925 at the height of the NEP [...]

Hundeherz - Volksbühne - Poster
1990 Clavigo

Clavigo is a five-act tragedy written by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in 1774. The lead role is taken by Pierre Beaumarchais. The play was written in just eight days in May 1774. It was published by [...]

Karin Ugowski in Clavigo
1990 The Robbers

The Robbers (Original title: Die Räuber) is the first drama by German playwright Friedrich Schiller. The play was published in 1781 and premiered on 13 January 1782 in Mannheim, Germany, and was [...]

Räuberrad vor der Volksbühne
1991 The Comedy of Errors

The Comedy of Errors is one of William Shakespeare's early plays. It is his shortest and one of his most farcical comedies, with a major part of the humour coming from slapstick and mistaken identity [...]

Karin Ugowski in Irrungen und Wirrungen , Die Komödie der Irrungen - Volksbühne - Poster
1991 When did you last see your ... trousers?

The play by Ray Galton and John Antrobus is a hilarious farce from 1988. An extramarital affair turns into a nightmare when a thief pinches the husband’s trousers: Bookmaker Howard Swerling is married [...]

Volksbühne Eingang
1991 Woyzeck

Woyzeck is a stage play written by Georg Büchner. He left the work incomplete at his death, but it has been posthumously "finished" by a variety of authors, editors and translators. Woyzeck deals with [...]

Woyzeck - Volksbühne - Poster
1992 The City of Truth

Before the performance began, thirty drummers whirl their mallets in the foyer of the Berlin Volksbühne, so that the rebellious sound penetrated your body. Pimped up in his expectation, one can then [...]

Programmheft 1992 - 1993 Volksbühne
1993 100 years CDU - game without limits

 

The basis of the piece is the show character, a benefit gala for two asylum seekers whose home accommodation has been burned down. The stage design is determined by a large, rotating show [...]

100 Jahre CDU - Spiel ohne Grenzen - Bühnenbild - Volksbühne , Karin Ugowski in 100 Jahre CDU - Spiel ohne Grenzen , 100 Jahre CDU - Spiel ohne Grenzen - Bühnenbild - Volksbühne
1993 The plummeting old women

Daniil Kharms was an early Soviet-era avant-gardist and absurdist poet, writer and dramatist. His play "The plummeting old women" is an absurd story. Excessive curiosity made one old woman fall out of [...]

Die herausfallenden alten Weiber - Daniil Charms - 1937
1994 Accused. Trial against a video camera

"Accused. Trial against a video camera" is a play by Michael Zeyfang who staged it himself in 1994 on the Volksbühne.

https://volksbuehne.adk.de/deutsch/volksbuehne/archiv/spielzeitchronik/1990_bis [...]

Überwachungskamera
1995 Hinkemann

The expressionist drama Hinkemann is a tragedy in three acts by the writer Ernst Toller. Hinkemann was born in 1921/22 in the fortress prison at Lower Schönfeld, where Ernst Toller was imprisoned from [...]

Der Deutsche Hinkemann - Ernst Toller - 1923
1995 Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde

Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a gothic novella by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, first published in 1886. The work is also known as The Strange Case of Jekyll Hyde, Dr Jekyll and [...]

Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde - Robert Louis Stevenson -1886
1996 Golden flows the steel - Wolokolamsker Chaussee

Karl Grünberg was a German communist writer and journalist. His play "Golden fließt der Stahl", which premiered in 1950 at the Stadttheater Nordhausen and was particularly succsessful, works [...]

Golden fliesst der Stahl - Volksbühne - Programmheft 1995
1996 Cement

 

"Zement" is a play by the German dramatist Heiner Müller, which was created in 1972 after the novel of the same name by Fjodor Gladkow. It tells a story of men and women, workers and [...]

Zement - Heiner Müller
1998 Dead Souls

As the last premiere of this year, the Berlin Volksbühne at Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz on December 30th will stage Gogol's "Dead Souls" on stage. The piece co-produced with the "Teatr Kreatur" is based on [...]

Tote Seelen - Nikolai Gogol - 1842
1998 Die Toten Seelen

Als letzte Premiere dieses Jahres bringt die Berliner Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz am 30. Dezember Gogols "Die toten Seelen" auf die Bühne. Das mit dem Teatr Kreatur koproduzierte Stück basiert [...]

Tote Seelen - Nikolai Gogol - 1842
1999 Henry IV., 1 - The wage workers

"Rose Wars" (Rosenkriege) is a series of the Volksbühne. Gabriele Gysis staging of "Heinrich IV., 1 - Die Lohnarbeiter" is the second part of the Rose Wars project of the Volksbühne. The end is short [...]

Heinrich IV. - William Shakespear - 1589
1999 Richard III. - The progress

"Rose Wars" (Rosenkriege) is a series of the Volksbühne. Richard III. - Der Fortschritt: The baddest of all rulers comes last: Johann Kresnik stages the last part of Shakespeare's Rose Wars in the [...]

Richard III.  - Der Fortschritt - William Shakespear - 1597
2000 Gas Station Angel

Ed Thomas is the most exciting playwright to come out of Wales" - the Guardian wrote. His play "Gas Station Angel"  was published in 1998. Bron meets Ace six days after his house falls into the sea [...]

Gas Station
2000 A Dream Play

A Dream Play (Swedish: Ett drömspel) was written in 1901 by the Swedish playwright August Strindberg. An angel, the daughter of a god, travels the world and discovers human misfortune, an unhappiness [...]

Ein Traumspiel - August Strindberg - Reclam
2000 The Legend of Paul and Paula

The Legend of Paul and Paula is a play based on the novel "Die Legende vom Glück ohne Ende" (The legend of happiness without end) by Ulrich Plenzdorf. The love story of Plenzdorf should have been on [...]

Volksbühne von oben
2001 Baal

Baal was the first full-length play written by the German modernist playwright Bertolt Brecht. It concerns a wastrel youth who becomes involved in several sexual affairs and at least one murder. It [...]

Baal - Bühnenbild - Volksbühne
2002 Königsberg

Old black and white pictures flicker on the huge screen above the stage. Kaliningrad when it was still Königsberg. "German was always spoken and felt German here," said a spokesman in the prevailing [...]

Karin Ugowski
2009 Fritz Reuther – Anecdotes

Karin Ugowski reads a selection of texts from "The Book of Anecdotes"  by Fritz Reuther together with Peter Zimmermann at the farmhouse artist gallery.

2009 The Book of Disasters

Karin Ugowski and Peter Zimmermann read the "Book of Disasters" from Hermann Harry Schmitz at the farmhouse artist gallery.

2010 Fritz Reuther - Anecdotes

Karin Ugowski reads a selection of texts from "The Book of Anecdotes"  by Fritz Reuther together with Peter Zimmermann at the village house Gessin.

2010 Fritz Reuther - Anecdotes

Karin Ugowski reads a selection of texts from "The Book of Anecdotes"  by Fritz Reuther together with Peter Zimmermann at the farmhouse artist gallery.

2010 A bunch of semitones

Karin Ugowski reads a bunch of semitones in the old barn of the farmhouse artist gallery in snowy December.

2011 Karin Ugowski reads Heinrich Mann

Karin Ugowski reads short stories by Heinrich Mann at the farmhouse artist gallery.

2011 Fateful human anecdotes of 2 centuries

In "Fateful human anecdotes of 2 centuries" Karin Ugowski reads works by various writers such as Arvo Valton, Umberto Eco, Kurt Tucholsky, Wassili Schukschin, Mikhail Soshchenko.

2011 Fairy tales for the Christmas concert

Karin Ugowski reads fairy tales by Alexander Puschikn in addition to the Christmas concert in the city hall of Malchin.

2012 Karin Ugowski reads Daudet - "Stories from the windmill"

Karin Ugowski reads from "Letters from my windmill" by Alphonse Daudet in the farmhouse artist gallery.

2012 Stories & legends from the north for the 3rd Advent

Karin Ugowski reads stories and legends from the north in the winter atmosphere at the time before Christmas.

2013 Suleyken memories

Karin Ugowski reads stories from "Suleyken memories" (Original title: So zärtlich war Suleyken) by Siegfried Lenz for the annual Christmas reading at the farmhouse artist gallery.

2014 Pre Advent Reading 2014 - "Scare Stories"

Karin Ugowski reads from Roald Dahl's "Book of Scare Stories" at the farmhouse artist gallery.

2015 Pre Advent Reading 2015 - "Goofy Guardian Angel"

Karin Ugowski reads from the book "Goofy Guardian Angel" by the Finnish writer Arto Paasilinna.

2016 Pre Advent Reading - "Letters from the Earth"

Karin Ugowski reads from "Letters from Earth" by Mark Twain at the farmhouse artist gallery.

2017 The Diary of Adam and Eve

Karin Ugowski invites to a reading at the farmhouse artist gallery and reads together with Peter Zimmermann from Mark Twain's "Diaries of Adam and Eve".

2017 The Diary of Adam and Eve

Karin Ugowski invites to a reading at the farmhouse artist gallery and reads together with Peter Zimmermann from Mark Twain's "Diaries of Adam and Eve".

2017 Pre Advent Reading 2017 - "My secret autobiography"

Karin Ugowski invites to the annual pre-advent reading and reads from "Autobiography of Mark Twain"

2018 The Diary of Adam and Eve

Karin Ugowski reads together with Peter Zimmermann from Mark Twain's "Diaries of Adam and Eve" at the Theater in the Nokolai quarter.

2018 The Diary of Adam and Eve

Karin Ugowski reads together with Peter Zimmermann from Mark Twain's "Diaries of Adam and Eve" at the Theater in the Nokolai quarter.

2018 Pre Advent Reading 2018 - "How to endure a household"

Karin Ugowski reads for her annual pre-advent reading from "How to Endure a Household" by Lothar Kusche at the farmhouse artist gallery.

2019 The Diary of Adam and Eve

Karin Ugowski reads together with Peter Zimmermann from Mark Twain's "Diaries of Adam and Eve" at the Theater in the Nokolai quarter.

2019 Karin Ugowski reads and shows works by Wilhelm Busch

Karin Ugowski honors Wilhelm Busch's work by reading his poems and showing his drawings in a special place of art.

2019 Suleyken memories

Karin Ugowski reads stories from "Suleyken memories" (Original title: So zärtlich war Suleyken) by Siegfried Lenz, as part of the International Film Festival Fabulix, where she was appointed Honorary [...]

2019 Pre Advent Reading 2019 - "Christmas story"

Karin Ugowski reads fairy tales from Alexander Pushkin and Erich Kästner for her annual pre-advent reading, at the farmhouse artist gallery.

TV

1965 Wedding ring in the vest pocket

 

In order to find accommodation in a foreign city, married and loyal Antal Csori (Walter Richter-Reinick) has his wedding ring hidden in his pocket. It is not unknown that bachelors enjoy [...]

Karin Ugowski
1965 Julika

 

Julika (Karin Ugowski), a petite, blonde, young woman had hoped for something completely different from her first wedding day than sitting on the train alone. She would have wanted to be alone [...]

Karin Ugowski in Julika
1966 Did Adam Riese miscalculate?

Of course, the hero of this piece is not Adam Riese at all, but Hans-Herbert Kurz. But since he is a math teacher at a high school and nicknames have always been a sign of special interest among [...]

Karin Ugowski in Hat Adam Riese sich verrechnet
1966 Donna Diana

Augustin Moreto gives very special lessons in his play “Donna Diana”. Major subject: love; Topic: How do you win the favor of a beautiful but proud woman? For his Spanish contemporaries, who lived in [...]

Karin Ugowski
1967 For each other

 

“For each other” was a TV production by Walter Baumert that dealt with contemporary problems. The focus was on 3 people who are involved in a dramatic conflict and who are thus faced with [...]

Manfred Borges in Füreinander
1967 In the rush of the years - "The heirs of the manifesto - Episode 1"

The TV cycle "The Heirs to the Manifesto" dealt documentarily with the enforcement of agricultural production cooperatives in the GDR at the end of the 1950s. It already included the productions "50 [...]

Unterm Wind der Jahre Standbild
1967 In the rush of the years - "The heirs of the manifesto - Episode 2"

The second part of the trilogy from "In the rush of the years", which was part of the TV cycle "The heirs of the manifesto", was broadcast on TV on April 11, 1967. Scenes recreated in documentary [...]

Karin Ugowski
1967 In the rush of the years - "The heirs of the manifesto - Episode 3"

The third part of the trilogy "In the rush of the years" by Bernhard Seeger was broadcast on April 13, 1967 as the end of the TV cycle "The Heirs of the Manifesto". The agricultural production [...]

Die Erben des Manifests - Bernhard Seeger - Hannes Trostberg
1967 Target address

According to Anglo-Saxon law, in the event of an unnatural death, an inquest takes place, a kind of public preliminary investigation into the cause of death. An unnatural death can turn out to be an [...]

Karin Ugowski in Zielansprache
1968 Exquisite - "Forget me - Episode 6"

Forget-me, freely based on O’ Henry: The plot of this episode dates back to the early years of the 20th century; In the editorial office of Mr. Grimmer's daily newspaper, which is published in [...]

Karin Ugowski in costume
1968 The first summer

The first summer in Niederneuendorf brought Brigitte (Karin Ugowski) a reunion with her former colleague Horst (Otmar Richter). This had come to study a year before her, and had been a role model for [...]

Karin Ugowski in Der erste Sommer
1969 Great days

Tourism specialist or main tour guide Obermüller (Hans-Joachim Preil) wants to introduce his deputy or tour guide Hurtig (Rolf Herricht) into the management of the newly opened “Schneemannbaude” in [...]

1970 Stories of crooks - "The two-faced hypocrites - Episode 1"

The author of “Stories of crooks” was the well-known lawyer, university professor and writer Professor Friedrich Karl Kaul (1906-1981), who had brought true events together in pointed and funny [...]

1971 The person next to you - "The fallacy"

The living conditions of a young woman (Karin Ugowski) were critically examined in this TV production; Specifically, they devoted themselves to the conflict between family and work. The dilemma of [...]

1972 Martina

Martina (Jutta Wachowiak) is fully committed to her job. In an institute, she works with her colleague Regina (Karin Ugowski) on an important research assignment. In doing so, she assumes - more in [...]

Martina Standbild
1972 A ball of lightning from Eberswalde

Isolde Schubert (Hanna Donner) is a helpful woman and takes care of the Körner family as a neighbor. But these take advantage of their neighbor's willingness to help more and more and are becoming [...]

1973 The night of the barricades

March 18, 1848. The bourgeois-democratic revolution is in full swing, and events have also spread to Berlin. The military takes action against unarmed demonstrators on the street. People of different [...]

1977 Before you stay wife

This comedy by László Tabi shows the couple Peter (Rolf Herricht) and Maria (Karin Ugowski) in a kind of state of emergency. When the student Kati (Kathrin Martin) is present as a guest, Peter gets [...]

Karin Ugowski in Ehe man Ehefrau bleibt
1978 1979 Pensioners are always busy

"Pensioners are always busy" is a 20-part television series in 12 of them the actress Karin Ugowski play the role of Maria Winkler. The series focuses on the experiences of the retired couple Anna and [...]

1980 Yes, I am such a man

It all starts with a snap idea. Peter Schönfeld (Dieter Mann), a good husband, whose excess of virtue seems suspicious, is to be subjected to a loyalty test. Rosemarie (Karin Ugwoski), the best friend [...]

1982 The night with Friedemann

The night with Friedemann tells three cheerful faces by Dieter Müller. In the first story one wonders: who is Friedemann? And what's going on the night someone spends with this Friedemann? Of course [...]

1983 My hopeful children

Bernd and Martina Seidel (Wolfgang Greese / Karin Ugowski) are proud owners of a home. Her two children Anja (Astrid Krenz) and Thomas (Jörg Hengstler) have grown up in the meantime and they live a [...]

1990 Flight squadron Meinicke - "Soaring"

The village gossip is blooming. Winfried Oppel, a bachelor in her prime and deputy head of the flight squadron, fell head over heels in love with Yvonne (Karin Ugowski), milliner and head of a group [...]

1990 Acting - "Wanted and found"

Wanted and found is a consequence of the series "Acting" which ran from 1978 to 1990. Here actors show off their acting skills and slip convincingly into several roles. The popular actress Karin [...]

1991 With heart and robe

On the one hand, the series describes the everyday work of judge Petra Selig. In each episode she is faced with a new legal case. The judge is also a single mother to a young daughter. It has only [...]

1994 1998 Practice at the Bülowbogen

"Practice at the Bülowbogen" is the title of a popular evening series,  which was broadcast from 1987 to 1996 and includes 107 episodes. The focus of the series is the practice of the doctor Dr. Peter [...]

1994 Abbie Conant - A Solo Among Men

The authentic 14-year (work) struggle of the American musician Abbie Conant against discrimination and for recognition and equality is portrayed on two levels, as a documentary and as a staged ironic [...]

1994 Cornelius does it

"Cornelius does it" is a 14-part reporter series from 1994. The editor Cornelius Schlichter (Walter Plathe) writes his own column "Cornelius helps" in the newspaper "Berliner Nachtausgabe". He does [...]

1997 In any case, call Stefanie - "Baffling injection"

"In any case, call Stefanie" is a series of hospitals that was broadcast from 1995 - 2004. Stefanie Engel is a nurse at the Luisen Hospital. The mother of a ten-year-old boy feels called to help, but [...]

1997 Health resort Rosenau - "Blind flight"

"Health resort Rosenau" is a series of hospitals that was broadcast from 1996 - 2005. The Health resort Rosenau was founded as a place of health care far from all class differences. Prof. Dr [...]

1998 Dr. Sommerfeld - Bülowbogen resurrected - "No room for two"

Dr. Sommerfeld - News from the Bülowbogen is the series successor of "Praxis Bülowbogen" Dr. Peter Sommerfeld has the practice of his colleague Dr. Brockmann acquired in Berlin. As a doctor with body [...]

2001 2001 Behind sars - Women's jail

"Behind bars - The women's jail" was broadcast from 1997 - 2006. The inmates are in station B because of murder, extortion, robbery or fraud. Surrounded by closers and a facility management, which [...]

2002 Section 40 - " Saturday Box"

Section 40 is a Berlin-winning and award-winning police series. In 2003, 2004 and 2005 she was awarded the German TV Prize in the "Best Series" category. At the center of this crime series is the [...]

2004 Vice squad - "Anyone but you"

The custom is a German television series that was broadcast from 2001 to 2006. The series always begins with an attitude towards the victim of a sexual crime that has not survived in almost all cases [...]

2005 Special commission Leipzig - "Love and death in Moscow"

SOKO Leipzig is one of the most successful crime series on German television. Between 2001 and 2020, 19 seasons were already broadcast. The series is about the investigative work of the special [...]

2005 2008 Julia, the walk of fortune

"Julia, the walk of fortune" is a successful German TV series with over 780 episodes. The series is also broadcast in Austria and Switzerland, as well as in Italy. Karin Ugowski plays the role of Eva [...]

2005 2008 With heart and soul

With heart and soul  (In aller Freundschaft) is the most successful German hospital series and has received several awards. Due to the high ratings, 2 more offshoots "In all friendship - The young [...]

2005 Nikola - "The man's best friend"

Nikola is a German comedy series that was produced from 1997 to 2005. The main actors are Mariele Millowitsch and Walter Sittler. The 9 seasons of the series enjoyed great popularity in Germany. In [...]

2015 Block B - locked up

"Block B - locked up" is a German television series that tells the everyday life in a prison for women. Block B is the German adaptation of the Australian series Wentworth. In this episode, Rita warns [...]

2018 Legends - "An evening for Hans-Joachim Preil"

The series "Legends: An Evening for ..." shows 90-minute portraits of German "legends" and presents rare archive material and interviews with companions and friends. Hans-Joachim Preil was the nine [...]

, Hans-Joachim Preil
2018 Legends - "An evening for Gerd. E. Schäfer"

The series "Legends: An Evening for ..." shows 90-minute portraits of German "legends" and presents rare archive material and interviews with companions and friends. Gerd E. Schäfer - actor, cabaret [...]

Karin Ugowski , Karin Ugowski in Die Goldene Gans

Audio

1967 Cheek by jowl

"Cheek by jowl" is a children's radio play by Rangel Ignatov. It was first broadcast on September 30, 1967 under the direction of Uwe Haacke.

1973 How the Steel Was Tempered - "Pawels apprenticeship years"

How the Steel Was Tempered is a novel by the Soviet writer Nikolai Alexejewitsch Ostrowskivon from 1932. The life story of Pavel "Pawka" Kortschagin is based on the biography of the author. Korchagin [...]

1977 The Roman bath

"The Roman Bath" is a play by the Bulgarian writer Stanislaw Stratiew from 1974. A real Roman bath from the time when Bulgaria belonged to the domain of Roman emperors is excavated during repair work [...]

1984 Farewell to the star

Student Thomas, a talented boxer, is on the way to a sports club where his talent is systematically promoted. An irregularity in the cardiac function is determined by the sports doctor, whereupon he [...]

1985 The first catch in spring

"The first catch in spring" is a Finnish radio play by Pentti Saarikoski. It describes the difficult and deprived life of the fisherman Nils and his family. After a long hunger winter, Nils wrestles [...]

1986 Mustache Casimir, the poetic blacksmith

" Mustache Casimir,  the poetic blacksmith" is a children's story by the Hungarian writer Istvan Csukas. Mustache Casimir from "Ankel-Alley", like every day, wants to forge advertising slogans for the [...]

1987 Statement of facts - "The fire raiser - Episode 35"

The radio crime series was created in accordance with the successful films "The Prosecutor has the floor". Analogous to the film series, the radio plays of the series "Statement of facts" were [...]

1987 From Lopatin's Notes

From Lopatin's Notes is a drama from soviet author and war poet Konstantin Mikhailovich Simonov. At the end of 1943, during a short vacation, the front rapporteur Lopatin let the fateful years since [...]

1988 The treasure of memories

"The  treasure of  memories" is a Finnish audio play by Arvi Auvinen. The young doctor Jaakob comes to an outpatient clinic in Northern Finland for a summer. Here he meets Einari, an old friend of his [...]

1988 What is Happiness

"What is Happiness" is a drama by Romanian author and philosopher Dumitru Solomon. Tudor, a professor of philosophy, publishes a book entitled "What is Happiness?". However, his private life seems [...]

1988 Rickshaw Boy

Rickshaw Boy is a novel by the Chinese author Lao She about the life of a fictional Beijing rickshaw man. It is considered a classic of 20th-century Chinese literature. The story is about the rickshaw [...]

1990 Voices to late hours

Bo Carpelan was a Finnish poet and author. He published his first book of poems in 1946. Carpelan, who wrote in Swedish, composed numerous books of verse, as well as several novels and short stories. [...]

1991 Maya the Honey Bee

A young bee hatches into the world on a wonderful spring day. "Welcome to life," her teacher greets her, "we want to call you Linda!" But the new resident of the beehive prefers to be called Maya. She [...]

1991 Dwarf Nose

Many years ago there was a woman who sold vegetables on the market. Her beautiful son, Jakob by name, helped her. One day an old woman came and fiddled with all the goods so that Jakob got too much [...]

1991 The trap of logic

Eerie things happen on board the "Conqueror" spaceship, which will fly to distant solar systems in 2092. The biologist Anna Saltini is suddenly untraceable. Even the flight coordinating computer, a [...]

1991 Ronia, the Robber's Daughter

Ronia, the Robber's Daughter (Swedish: Ronja rövardotter) is a children's fantasy book by the Swedish author Astrid Lindgren, first published in 1981. Ronia is a girl growing up among a clan of [...]

1992 King Bamba

The King of the Goths is dead. The Pope, following a heavenly prophecy and also realizing that he has to promote change in his empire, places the peasant Bamba on the throne. A new human and peaceful [...]

1998 A Dreary Story

A Dreary Story is an 1889 novel by Anton Chekhov, subtitled "From the Notebooks of an Old Man". Nikolai Stepanovich, a luminary in the world of medical science, tormented by insomnia and bouts of [...]

1999 The Master and Margarita

The 30-part Audibook production was voted "Audiobook of the Year" in 1999. A fantastic adventure story, a love story, a philosophical parable about good and evil and the power and impotence of art, a [...]

2002 Germany's most cruel mother

Child murder is a topic that has always aroused the mind. Goethe showed Gretchen as "seduced and suffering" in the "Faust". In reality, as a Weimar minister, he showed no mercy against a child [...]

2003 The David thing

The fact that Gass is the only private detective in Potsdam unfortunately has no positive impact on his order situation. It is still weak. Until Betty, his former flame, who is now doing good business [...]

2008 Erotic stories from Italy

With a loving smile, the misers of Siena describe the sometimes complicated ways in which lovers find each other and unloved partners put their horns on.

  • The widow has an ugly and lazy daughter, Pechmarie, and a beautiful and hard-working step-daughter, Goldmarie. Because Pechmarie is her real daughter, the widow clearly favors her and makes Goldmarie do all the work. Poor Goldmarie must also sit and spin all day by the well until her fingers bleed [...]
  • Klaus lives with his two brothers Kunz and Franz in a little village. Together, they ply their trade as cobblers in a small workshop. But the workload rests mainly on the shoulders of ill-treated Klaus. When Kunz and Franz go off into the forest to chop wood for fuel they run into an old woman who [...]
  • An evening with chansons and poems by Kurt Tucholsky and Erich Kästner.
  •   In order to find accommodation in a foreign city, married and loyal Antal Csori (Walter Richter-Reinick) has his wedding ring hidden in his pocket. It is not unknown that bachelors enjoy advantages in some ways, for example when it comes to renting a furnished room in a foreign city. It must be [...]
  • A beautiful, but spoiled and shallow princess rudely criticizes all her suitors because she is too proud. She is impressed with the last one, but her pride will not let her accept him. He is a young king with such a thick beard, that to her it looks like a thrush's beak, so she cruelly dubs him King [...]
  • Frank Seeburg (Stanislaw Zaczyk), a successful writer, is called to the bedside of his former schoolmate, journalist Volker Rochmann (Horst Drinda), in one night. He was seriously injured in an accident on the highway and hands his old friend a key to a locker in which Rochmann's notes are found [...]
  •   Julika (Karin Ugowski), a petite, blonde, young woman had hoped for something completely different from her first wedding day than sitting on the train alone. She would have wanted to be alone with her husband (Klaus Bamberg) for at least a few hours. Now Julika is unexpectedly on the way to [...]
  • Of course, the hero of this piece is not Adam Riese at all, but Hans-Herbert Kurz. But since he is a math teacher at a high school and nicknames have always been a sign of special interest among students in their teachers, he is called Adam Riese. And as far as miscalculation is concerned, it would [...]
  • The film “Trick 17 b” was the DFF's attempt to dramatize events from the everyday life of the German Bundeswehr using artistic means. The main reason for this was the fact that the ranger training in the United States was to be introduced in this army. The fact that this was accompanied by a process [...]
  • Augustin Moreto gives very special lessons in his play “Donna Diana”. Major subject: love; Topic: How do you win the favor of a beautiful but proud woman? For his Spanish contemporaries, who lived in the early 17th century, he recommended throwing himself in iron, taking up arms and winning the [...]
  • Georg Brecher (Armin Mueller-Stahl), a 34-year-old journalist with ambitions as a writer, leads a young woman named Karin (Karin Ugowski) through the Pergamon Museum. Afterwards they both spend the night at Brecher, but split up again the day after. Brecher is a person who lives into the day and is [...]
  • The Lark (French: L'Alouette) is a 1952 play about Joan of Arc by the French playwright Jean Anouilh. The play covers the trial, condemnation, and execution of Joan, but has a highly unusual ending. Joan remembers important events in her life as she is being questioned, and is subsequently condemned [...]
  •   “For each other” was a TV production by Walter Baumert that dealt with contemporary problems. The focus was on 3 people who are involved in a dramatic conflict and who are thus faced with decisions of great political and moral importance. (Source: Fernsehen der DDR)
  • The TV cycle "The Heirs to the Manifesto" dealt documentarily with the enforcement of agricultural production cooperatives in the GDR at the end of the 1950s. It already included the productions "50 Nelken", "Das Vorwerk". "In the rush of the years" by Bernhard Seeger is the three-part conclusion of [...]
  • The second part of the trilogy from "In the rush of the years", which was part of the TV cycle "The heirs of the manifesto", was broadcast on TV on April 11, 1967. Scenes recreated in documentary style include the stories of Martin (Reinhard Michalke) and Maria (Karin Ugowski). The two love each [...]
  • The third part of the trilogy "In the rush of the years" by Bernhard Seeger was broadcast on April 13, 1967 as the end of the TV cycle "The Heirs of the Manifesto". The agricultural production cooperatives want to bring a restructuring with the help of important people from the village. Here the [...]
  • Intrigue and Love, sometimes Love and Intrigue, Love and Politics or Luise Miller (German: Kabale und Liebe, literally "Cabal and Love") is a five-act play written by the German dramatist Friedrich Schiller (1759–1805). It was his third play. It shows how cabals and their intrigue destroy the love [...]
  • According to Anglo-Saxon law, in the event of an unnatural death, an inquest takes place, a kind of public preliminary investigation into the cause of death. An unnatural death can turn out to be an accident, suicide or murder (or killing by someone else's hand). Unionist Paul Anders asked the same [...]
  • "Cheek by jowl" is a children's radio play by Rangel Ignatov. It was first broadcast on September 30, 1967 under the direction of Uwe Haacke. http://hoerspiele.dra.de/vollinfo.php?dukey=1502905&vi=3&SID
  • Forget-me, freely based on O’ Henry: The plot of this episode dates back to the early years of the 20th century; In the editorial office of Mr. Grimmer's daily newspaper, which is published in Wolfstown on the Hudson (USA), the everyday bustle prevails. Outside heat and noise in no way improve the [...]
  • The original play "Settimo: ruba un po' meno" by Dario Fo (Dario Luigi Angelo Fo) of the year 1964 is a cemetery satire on corruption, with the girl Enea in the center, the limitlessly naive gravedigger who gets caught up in the maelstrom of speculation, prostitution and election manipulation. (Sour [...]
  • Secret operations unit "Spree" was the sequel to the scout films “Secret operations unit Boomerang” (1966) and “Secret operations unit Ciupaga” (1967). In the spring of 1945 it was definitive: the final defeat of fascist Germany was inevitable, only a few weeks left, then the Hitler regime would be [...]
  • In extreme emergency, Bernd Roland and Toni Burian have to leave the moving train on the free route. Bernd Roland is injured when jumping. But he manages to stop a hospital car and give the order to take him and Burian to Berlin. Having arrived in the capital, Roland, Burian and the Soviet scout [...]
  • The play shows samples of work from Hermann Kant.
  • The first summer in Niederneuendorf brought Brigitte (Karin Ugowski) a reunion with her former colleague Horst (Otmar Richter). This had come to study a year before her, and had been a role model for Brigitte's seminar group. But now that Horst has had a year of practical work in agriculture, he [...]
  • The original play "V comme Vietnam" by Armand Gatti of the year 1967 is about the American war in Vietnam.
  • "Secret Traces" was the continuation of the television films "Secret Command Boomerang" (1966), "Secret Command Ciupaga" (1968) and "Secret Command Spree" (1968), which had already been successfully broadcast. In this new three-part series, the audience was able to follow an exciting story about a [...]
  • "Secret Traces" was the continuation of the television films "Secret Command Boomerang" (1966), "Secret Command Ciupaga" (1968) and "Secret Command Spree" (1968), which had already been successfully broadcast. In this new three-part series, the audience was able to follow an exciting story about a [...]
  • "Secret Traces" was the continuation of the television films "Secret Command Boomerang" (1966), "Secret Command Ciupaga" (1968) and "Secret Command Spree" (1968), which had already been successfully broadcast. In this new three-part series, the audience was able to follow an exciting story about a [...]
  • Dombrowsky, the accountant of a medium-sized state-owned company, is at the center of the action. Driven by petty-bourgeois addiction and enrichment addiction, he uses shortcomings in the operational management and accounting system to take control of public property. For the same reasons, he [...]
  • Tourism specialist or main tour guide Obermüller (Hans-Joachim Preil) wants to introduce his deputy or tour guide Hurtig (Rolf Herricht) into the management of the newly opened “Schneemannbaude” in Katzhütte, Thuringia. But it turns out that this is not primarily about the management of this [...]
  • Deutsche Fernsehfunk presented “Caesar and Cleopatra” with a direct transmission of the successful production from the Volksbühne Berlin. The play was premiered by George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) in 1899. The plot of the play begins with the fact that the beautiful Cleopatra, 16 years old, faces the [...]
  • The author of “Stories of crooks” was the well-known lawyer, university professor and writer Professor Friedrich Karl Kaul (1906-1981), who had brought true events together in pointed and funny stories. The sphere of action was always the western world ruled by capital. It also involved the morale [...]
  • Signals - A Space Adventure is a science fiction film produced by DEFA in cooperation with the Polish film company Przedsiebiorstwo Realizacji Filmów Zespoły Filmowe Warszawa, directed by Gottfried Kolditz. The film was inspired by the novel "Asteroid hunter" by Carlos Rasch. (Source: Wikipedia) [...]
  • Le Médecin malgré lui  "The doctor/physician in spite of himself" is a farce by Molière first presented in 1666 at le théâtre du Palais-Royal by la Troupe du Roi. The play is one of several plays by Molière to center on Sganarelle, a character that Molière himself portrayed, and is a comedic satire [...]
  • The film portrays a case in which millions of euros of damage were caused by insufficient compliance with the fire protection regulations for welding work. It was not just Erbsand, the locksmith, who took the job of a welder and carried out welding work, although he had never acquired a certificate [...]
  • Florida, 1830 - Of all eastern Native American tribes, only the Seminoles have resisted being moved to reservations. Having retreated to Florida, they live a simple horticultural life. But white plantation owners, angry at the increasing numbers of black slaves fleeing to Seminole protection, want [...]
  • The film's plot initially leads to a young film circle in West Berlin. Here directors make their narrow-film projectors buzz, and the “films” produced are then shown to a scene audience; in filmmaker circles, this is considered the latest craze in western cinematography. Two students from Dahlem [...]
  • The living conditions of a young woman (Karin Ugowski) were critically examined in this TV production; Specifically, they devoted themselves to the conflict between family and work. The dilemma of Lilo Radtke, portrayed by Karin Ugowski, begins in the film story on the day that her son comes to [...]
  • Martina (Jutta Wachowiak) is fully committed to her job. In an institute, she works with her colleague Regina (Karin Ugowski) on an important research assignment. In doing so, she assumes - more in the subconscious - that the relationship with her husband (Stefan Lisewski) runs in constant paths [...]
  • With her role as Lieutenant Helga Lindt, Karin Ugowski was the first female commissioner on German television back in 1972. A “Wartburg” car starts rolling on a rain-soaked country road, and the driver, Dr. Pfeiffer (Uwe-Detlev Jessen), just manages to stop him. The student Sibylle Arnold (Uta [...]
  • Isolde Schubert (Hanna Donner) is a helpful woman and takes care of the Körner family as a neighbor. But these take advantage of their neighbor's willingness to help more and more and are becoming more and more comfortable and dependent, so that Ms. Schubert only wants to draw one line under this [...]
  • March 18, 1848. The bourgeois-democratic revolution is in full swing, and events have also spread to Berlin. The military takes action against unarmed demonstrators on the street. People of different origins meet in an apartment. Attorney Dr. Benedikt (Wilhelm Koch-Hooge) had just returned to his [...]
  • A fire breaks out during the training session in the team of the ice sailors. The athletes and the caretaker try to extinguish it themselves until the fire department arrives. A valuable Hogarth graphic is discovered in the suitcase of the captain of ice sailors, Klaus Grabowski, in front of the [...]
  • How the Steel Was Tempered is a novel by the Soviet writer Nikolai Alexejewitsch Ostrowskivon from 1932. The life story of Pavel "Pawka" Kortschagin is based on the biography of the author. Korchagin fights in the Red Army, the Komsomol and the Communist Party. He goes blind and is tied to the bed [...]
  • Denis Diderot's philosophical dialogue "Rameaus Neffe" has been one of the most successful productions of the Volksbühne with around 300 performances since its premiere on December 3, 1973 in the "Sternfoyer". It was also shown in national and international guest appearances and in later years on [...]
  • Tóték (The Toth Family) is a play by Hungarian writer István György Örkény from 1967. Adaptation and toleration up to self-abandonment? Fire chief Tót and his family in the idyllic mountain village practice this in the deceptive hope of saving the son's life at the front. A nervously ill commander [...]
  • The original work "L'Augellino Belverde" by Carlo Gozzi is a philosophical fairy tale told in three acts. Two abandoned royal children, Renzo and Barbarina, who grew up in the butchers' households of Smeraldina and Truffaldino, are well on their way to developing into clever pranks, for whom all [...]
  • Handbetrieb (Manual Operation) is a play by the Polish-born writer Paul Grazik from 1976, which was premiered in the Volksbühne in the same year. The piece shows the contradictory nature of the political and economic goals with outdated machines, which makes it impossible to achieve these goals [...]
  • ​​​​​​The man for all seasons - that is how Harry Korn (Volkmar Kleinert) could be called, wherever he appears there is always something going on. Even in his job as a tram driver, he behaves carefully and helpfully. But one day he comes into conflict with the law through human error. He is [...]
  • The German small-town is a comedy in four acts by August von Kotzebue, which deals with the petty-bourgeois world. The mayor of the town of Krähwinkel wants to marry his daughter Sabine to the construction, mountain and route inspector substitute Sperling. The daughter, who had previously spent a [...]
  • This film is a historical drama and is based on real events and deals with the story of Agnes Wabnitz, daughter of a wealthy inn owner, born in 1841. A police report of the Berlin district from August 28, 1894 shows that Agnes Wabnitz was found dead in the courtyard of a church in Friedrichshain [...]
  • This comedy by László Tabi shows the couple Peter (Rolf Herricht) and Maria (Karin Ugowski) in a kind of state of emergency. When the student Kati (Kathrin Martin) is present as a guest, Peter gets thoughts as to whether the young student could mean more in his life. A mind game based on the motto [...]
  • "The Roman Bath" is a play by the Bulgarian writer Stanislaw Stratiew from 1974. A real Roman bath from the time when Bulgaria belonged to the domain of Roman emperors is excavated during repair work in Ivan Antonov's apartment, which returns unsuspectingly from vacation. Suddenly, a lot of people [...]
  • Theatrical Novel (also A Dead Man's Memoir) is an unfinished novel by Mikhail Bulgakov. Written in first-person, on behalf of a writer Sergei Maksudov, the novel tells of the drama behind-the-scenes of a theatre production and the writers' world. Bulgakov began work in earnest on the novel on 26 [...]
  • “The Invisible Visor” is a multi-part television film series that was produced from 1973 to 1979. 1966, Afrikaanse Broederbond was a secret organization in South Africa. The members of this association held all top positions in politics and business. The young scientist Jürgen Machholz (Jürgen [...]
  • The wife of the scientist Jürgen Machholz, fatally poisoned in South Africa, Eva Machholz (Karin Ugowski) is kidnapped by the secret services BND and the South African BOSS from Germany to South Africa in order to use them there as a "decoy". They want to track down alleged accomplices of her [...]
  • Eva Machholz moves into a house in South Africa and is monitored around the clock by secret services. Martin Tanner (Gunter Schoß), whom Jürgen Machholz asked to contact his wife before his death, shows up at Eva and explains her life-threatening situation. Initiated by CIA agent Wilson (Walter [...]
  • A sophisticated trio has teamed up in the “Waldidyll” restaurant: Hilla Simke (Karin Ugwoski), her husband Benno (Jürgen Zartmann) and the waiter Justus (Bernd Stegemann). They defraud their guests and the state. In this way, the three doubled their income. You can afford a luxury apartment, drive a [...]
  • "Pensioners are always busy" is a 20-part television series in 12 of them the actress Karin Ugowski play the role of Maria Winkler. The series focuses on the experiences of the retired couple Anna and Paul Schmidt (Helga Göring and Herbert Köfer). They always have their hands full, their help is [...]
  • All's Well That Ends Well is a play by William Shakespeare, published in the First Folio in 1623, where it is listed among the comedies. There is a debate regarding the dating of the composition of the play, with possible dates ranging from 1598 to 1608. The play is considered one of Shakespeare's [...]
  • The old professor Bunzberger sits on a park bench and lets his imagination roam. He is kidnapped by two pensioners in a veteran's home and is prompted to put the finishing touches on a time machine designed by the elderly. First he refuses to take part in the experiment for ethical reasons. He [...]
  •   "The conscience" is a stage version of the novel by the Polish writer Jozef Lenart. (Source: Neues Deutschland Archiv)
  • The film is based on Klaus Beuchler's youth book of the same name. Uwe (Thomas Winter) had set himself ambitious goals; he wanted to become world champion in diving. But then his father is killed in a traffic accident and his mother (Karin Ugwoski) survives with severe injuries. This changed Thomas [...]
  • The film takes place in a working-class district of a German city in 1934. Here the children do not play robbers and gendarmes, but unemployed people and police officers. But for 6-year-old Peter (Dirk Schönberger), the game soon becomes bitterly serious when his father is arrested. The neighbors [...]
  • It all starts with a snap idea. Peter Schönfeld (Dieter Mann), a good husband, whose excess of virtue seems suspicious, is to be subjected to a loyalty test. Rosemarie (Karin Ugwoski), the best friend of Peter's wife Regina (Margot Busse), wants to dissuade the straw widower from the path of virtue [...]
  • Heimat (“Home”; 1893) is a play by the German dramatist Hermann Sudermann. The play, either in the original German or in translations, was commonly also known as Magda, the name of the heroine. It was thought by some to be the most widely known and the most successful drama of the end of the 19th [...]
  • Kippenberg is a feature film from 1981, based on the novel of the same name by Dieter Noll from 1979. The title hero Joachim Kippenberg (Peter Aust), 36 years old, a successful doctor and chemist, is faced with serious decisions. At this point, 19-year-old Eva (Marijam Agischewa) enters his life [...]
  • The Miser (French: L'Avare) is a five-act comedy in prose by the French playwright Molière. It was first performed on September 9, 1668, in the theatre of the Palais-Royal in Paris. The miser of the title is called Harpagon, a name adapted from the Latin harpago, meaning a hook or grappling iron. He [...]
  • Magically attracted by cards, dice and roulette, they try their luck. The meeting point is the Reinhardt couple's apartment, which turns into a gambler's paradise in the evening. Dagmar (Karin Ugowski), the young wife, enjoys life in prosperity. With the money she has earned, she can satisfy her [...]
  •   The play by Austrian-German writer and theater director Ferdinand Brückner takes place in 1928. In a city apartment building, war and revolution have put together a mixture of all classes, worldviews and sexual orientations. God and fatherland, marriage and parental love - everything is put to [...]
  • The night with Friedemann tells three cheerful faces by Dieter Müller. In the first story one wonders: who is Friedemann? And what's going on the night someone spends with this Friedemann? Of course it's about love. It ignites from the literary opposition of a scientist (Alfred Struwe) and a young [...]
  • The Russian writer and war correspondent wrote about this play himself: I am not scared by terms such as "romance novel" or even "novel about a love of war" or "love in wartime". The title of my recently published novel testifies to this: the so-called private life. Of course there is a polemical [...]
  • The comedy by the writer Rudi Strahl had a joint premiere in 1982 at the Schauspielhaus Leipzig and the Berlin Theater im Palast (TIP). (Source: Theater der Zeit) https://www.theaterderzeit.de/1982/11/17795/ https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudi_Strahl https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudi_Strahl [...]
  • This film focuses on three men: Horst Knüpfer (Horst Drinda), Jürgen Matthes (Peter Reusse), Peter Vorberger (Jaecki Schwarz) and their relationships with their women. Peter is 30 years old and has - again !! - found the woman for life: Ina Wendler (Ingeborg Westphal). This concerns him so much that [...]
  • Bernd and Martina Seidel (Wolfgang Greese / Karin Ugowski) are proud owners of a home. Her two children Anja (Astrid Krenz) and Thomas (Jörg Hengstler) have grown up in the meantime and they live a harmonious family life. But then the hopeful children come up with surprises: Thomas wants to marry [...]
  • Gabriela Schöne (Heidrun Welskop) was spoiled by her parents. She loves luxury and avoids difficulties, which is why she often changes jobs. When she quits again hastily and her father makes accusations about it, she moves out at home and lives with her new friend Roland (Thomas Gumpert). When a [...]
  • On the way to the holiday camp, 16-year-old Steffi falls in love with Norbert, whom she has known for a long time from visits to her grandfather in Pinnow. With a quick decision she changes her plans for the future and decides to go into livestock farming, because Norbert is the newly appointed [...]
  • Student Thomas, a talented boxer, is on the way to a sports club where his talent is systematically promoted. An irregularity in the cardiac function is determined by the sports doctor, whereupon he is prohibited from competitive sports. Tommi, who had big plans, has to cope with this abrupt career [...]
  • Two friends make a plan. Everything should go very quickly and nothing could go wrong. One of them, Jens Pohle (Ulrich Müller), was not entirely honest with his fiancé Marion (Johanna Schall). He doesn't work as an engineer for mechanical engineering, but as a locksmith. He cannot finance what he [...]
  • Albert Wendt is a German children's book author, whose plays "My thick coat" and "Princess petite feet and the seven elephants" were premiered on the Berlin Volksbühne in 1982. (Source: Wikipedia) Princess Zartfuß (petite feet), very corpulent, and her husband, Dr. Ing. Mäusel, are traveling in the [...]
  • Mama's boy Detlef (Jaecki Schwarz) is a late bloomer when it comes to love. His previous acquaintances quickly separated from him after having had coffee with his mother. One day he decides to change this and submits a marriage announcement and receives more letters than he would have ever imagined [...]
  • Helga Rothe (Marianne Wünscher) was the focus of her house for many years. She helped her single daughter Iris (Karin Ugowski) and raised her grandson Mathias (Thomas Dannemann). Helga Rothe spoils Mathias and fulfills all his wishes. Since Iris married Harry Buchwald (Andreas Schmidt-Schaller) [...]
  • The play "Garage" by Emil Braginskij and Edgar Rjasanow from is a satirical comedy, translated from the Russian by Rüdiger Volkmer. (Source: antikbuch24.de) https://volksbuehne.adk.de/deutsch/volksbuehne/archiv/spielzeitchronik/1980_bis_1990/index.html
  • "The first catch in spring" is a Finnish radio play by Pentti Saarikoski. It describes the difficult and deprived life of the fisherman Nils and his family. After a long hunger winter, Nils wrestles the first catch and sells it in the nearby small town. He, who defied all the hardships of nature [...]
  • Confusion and love comedy: Brigitte Kaufmann wants to divorce her husband Jörg. He is an engineer and a manager of an electrical company - and a hopeless pedant. Benno, Brigitte's former friend, has a somewhat bizarre idea of ​​how the marriage could still be saved: A pianist Benno saw in a bar and [...]
  • "The little witch who couldn't be angry" (original title: A Bruxinha que era boa - 1958) by Brazilian author Maria Clara Machado was an en-suite Christmas project for children at the Volksbühne in December 1985. The little witch rosemary is different from the other witch students. She has blond [...]
  • Olof Müller (Dietmar Burkhard) works as a cook, but without a permanent position. After helping Jenny (Andrea Meißner) and her aunt Ria (Karin Ugowski) with a car breakdown, he throws off his seasonal work and moves back to Berlin. He begins an intimate relationship with Jenny and hopes that she [...]
  • " Mustache Casimir,  the poetic blacksmith" is a children's story by the Hungarian writer Istvan Csukas. Mustache Casimir from "Ankel-Alley", like every day, wants to forge advertising slogans for the greengrocer, the butcher, the milk woman, but he should also help his master, the postman Bonifác [...]
  • Kaspar, the human being is a comedy written by Adolf Glaßbrenner in Hamburg. It was published in 1850. The play can be called a reading drama because it is much more like a political pamphlet than a play and can be read as an aesthetic-political declaration of war. The prologue voice, which can be [...]
  • The radio crime series was created in accordance with the successful films "The Prosecutor has the floor". Analogous to the film series, the radio plays of the series "Statement of facts" were accompanied by public prosecutors. This episode deals with the case of the cleaning woman Lisa W.. She [...]
  • From Lopatin's Notes is a drama from soviet author and war poet Konstantin Mikhailovich Simonov. At the end of 1943, during a short vacation, the front rapporteur Lopatin let the fateful years since the beginning of the Great Patriotic War pass him by. He sees the terrible victims on the front and [...]
  • Margitta (Diana Urbank) is a singer in the band "Himmelblau" (Sky blue). During the day she works in her mother's boutique (Karin Ugowski). Her mother wants a solid career goal for her daughter and wants Margitta to take over her boutique later. But Margitta dreams of a great career with her [...]
  • "The  treasure of  memories" is a Finnish audio play by Arvi Auvinen. The young doctor Jaakob comes to an outpatient clinic in Northern Finland for a summer. Here he meets Einari, an old friend of his father, and falls in love with Einari's young companion, but without admitting it to her. Autumn [...]
  • "What is Happiness" is a drama by Romanian author and philosopher Dumitru Solomon. Tudor, a professor of philosophy, publishes a book entitled "What is Happiness?". However, his private life seems rather catastrophic. Romanian playwright Solomon, full of humor, compassion and imagination, describes [...]
  • Rickshaw Boy is a novel by the Chinese author Lao She about the life of a fictional Beijing rickshaw man. It is considered a classic of 20th-century Chinese literature. The story is about the rickshaw man "lucky son" who came to Beijing in the 1930s as a poor peasant boy. He works as a simple [...]
  • Last of the Red Hot Lovers is a comedy by Neil Simon. It premiered on Broadway in 1969. Barney Cashman, a middle-aged, married nebbish wants to join the sexual revolution before it is too late. A gentle soul with no experience in adultery, he fails in each of three seductions: Elaine Navazio, a [...]
  • Heart of a Dog (Original title: Собачье сердце, Sobachye syerdtsye) is a novella by Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov. A biting satire of Bolshevism, it was written in 1925 at the height of the NEP period, when communism appeared to be relaxing in the Soviet Union. It is generally interpreted as an [...]
  • Christmas time: Ten-year-old Norbert Pfeiffer (Danny Awege) is much alone. His parents (Karin Ugowski / Klaus Hecke) are both very busy professionally, the father still has to work at home, so that both have little time for their son. Norbert loves to have a sibling. He prefers to be with his aunt [...]
  • ... is a socially critical DEFA film by Horst E. Brandt. Prevented by DDR censorship in the 1960s, he was only able to dedicate this subject to his last film in 1988. (Source: prisma.de)
  • The young management team Uli Merkel receives an explosive order from the general management of his company: he is supposed to get back the lost technology designs of his predecessor Heiner Rudolf. The fact that this is an order to steal intellectual property does not initially bother Uli, after all [...]
  • The village gossip is blooming. Winfried Oppel, a bachelor in her prime and deputy head of the flight squadron, fell head over heels in love with Yvonne (Karin Ugowski), milliner and head of a group of mannequins. But it is rumored that the pretty Yvonne is married and also to an old school friend [...]
  • Hubertus Fahrenbach hopes that his son Joachim will take over his tailoring studio one day. But he doesn't feel like it. In the argument, Joachim leaves his father and moves in with his new friend Günter, and suddenly sits in the middle of the drug scene. When Joachim had his inheritance paid out by [...]
  • Clavigo is a five-act tragedy written by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in 1774. The lead role is taken by Pierre Beaumarchais. The play was written in just eight days in May 1774. It was published by July 1774 and is the first printed work to which Goethe put his own name, although the play was [...]
  • Wanted and found is a consequence of the series "Acting" which ran from 1978 to 1990. Here actors show off their acting skills and slip convincingly into several roles. The popular actress Karin Ugowski acts in this episode; Among other things, she shows herself as a serious sister of a widower, as [...]
  • Bo Carpelan was a Finnish poet and author. He published his first book of poems in 1946. Carpelan, who wrote in Swedish, composed numerous books of verse, as well as several novels and short stories. "Voices to late hours" is a voices report how they experienced the last hours before the great [...]
  • The Robbers (Original title: Die Räuber) is the first drama by German playwright Friedrich Schiller. The play was published in 1781 and premiered on 13 January 1782 in Mannheim, Germany, and was inspired by Leisewitz' earlier play Julius of Tarent. The plot revolves around the conflict between two [...]
  • Confident and firmly convinced of packing her second, new life, "blonde tiger" Biggi says goodbye to "black tango" Christa and steps in front of the gates of the house where she had to spend three years after her conviction. The girlfriend has to wait a while for her to be released. For a fresh [...]
  • The Comedy of Errors is one of William Shakespeare's early plays. It is his shortest and one of his most farcical comedies, with a major part of the humour coming from slapstick and mistaken identity, in addition to puns and word play. The Comedy of Errors is, along with The Tempest, one of only two [...]
  • On the one hand, the series describes the everyday work of judge Petra Selig. In each episode she is faced with a new legal case. The judge is also a single mother to a young daughter. It has only committed itself to the law, but soon it will have to ask itself whether it should enter into a new [...]
  • The play by Ray Galton and John Antrobus is a hilarious farce from 1988. An extramarital affair turns into a nightmare when a thief pinches the husband’s trousers: Bookmaker Howard Swerling is married – and visiting his lover when a burglar steals his trousers. The hunt for spare trousers commences [...]
  • Children wants to be adults. But what happens when this becomes reality through a spell. This is exactly what happens to the siblings Thomas (Alexander Milke) and Katja (Anja Humboldt). For an afternoon they can change into the shape of their parents, always hoping to be able to enjoy the "beautiful [...]
  • A young bee hatches into the world on a wonderful spring day. "Welcome to life," her teacher greets her, "we want to call you Linda!" But the new resident of the beehive prefers to be called Maya. She has her own head from the start. She doesn't like the many duties of a bee at all. On the very [...]
  • Many years ago there was a woman who sold vegetables on the market. Her beautiful son, Jakob by name, helped her. One day an old woman came and fiddled with all the goods so that Jakob got too much and he roughly reprimanded the old woman. When he finally took the old woman home with what she had [...]
  • Eerie things happen on board the "Conqueror" spaceship, which will fly to distant solar systems in 2092. The biologist Anna Saltini is suddenly untraceable. Even the flight coordinating computer, a masterpiece of human ingenuity, cannot provide any information. And other participants in the [...]
  • Ronia, the Robber's Daughter (Swedish: Ronja rövardotter) is a children's fantasy book by the Swedish author Astrid Lindgren, first published in 1981. Ronia is a girl growing up among a clan of robbers living in a castle in the woodlands of early-Medieval Scandinavia. Ronia grows up with Matt's clan [...]
  • Woyzeck is a stage play written by Georg Büchner. He left the work incomplete at his death, but it has been posthumously "finished" by a variety of authors, editors and translators. Woyzeck deals with the dehumanising effects of doctors and the military on a young man's life. It is often seen as [...]
  • The King of the Goths is dead. The Pope, following a heavenly prophecy and also realizing that he has to promote change in his empire, places the peasant Bamba on the throne. A new human and peaceful age seems to have dawned for a short time, but the belligerent Moors are facing the borders of Spain [...]
  • Before the performance began, thirty drummers whirl their mallets in the foyer of the Berlin Volksbühne, so that the rebellious sound penetrated your body. Pimped up in his expectation, one can then enter a dark theater room, but is given a Chinese flashlight in his hand. This allows you to shine [...]
  •   The basis of the piece is the show character, a benefit gala for two asylum seekers whose home accommodation has been burned down. The stage design is determined by a large, rotating show staircase in the middle of the stage, a standing desk with microphone and a talk show on the left and right [...]
  • Daniil Kharms was an early Soviet-era avant-gardist and absurdist poet, writer and dramatist. His play "The plummeting old women" is an absurd story. Excessive curiosity made one old woman fall out of a window, plummet to the ground and break into pieces. Another old woman poked her head out of a [...]
  • "The Men from K3" was a German crime fiction series broadcast from 1988 to 2003 in feature length about four Hamburg commissioners in a homicide commission. As a result, the haulier Moosbacher benefits from the illegal deposition of substances requiring disposal; three of Moosbacher's drivers and [...]
  • "Practice at the Bülowbogen" is the title of a popular evening series,  which was broadcast from 1987 to 1996 and includes 107 episodes. The focus of the series is the practice of the doctor Dr. Peter Brockmann (Günter Pfitzmann). The practice is located near the Bülow Arch. In addition to the many [...]
  • The authentic 14-year (work) struggle of the American musician Abbie Conant against discrimination and for recognition and equality is portrayed on two levels, as a documentary and as a staged ironic comedy (Karin Ugwoski as a lawyer). In 1980, hired as the first solo trombonist by a German [...]
  • "Cornelius does it" is a 14-part reporter series from 1994. The editor Cornelius Schlichter (Walter Plathe) writes his own column "Cornelius helps" in the newspaper "Berliner Nachtausgabe". He does research in cases where people feel treated unfairly and is at least as much a lawyer and detective as [...]
  • "Accused. Trial against a video camera" is a play by Michael Zeyfang who staged it himself in 1994 on the Volksbühne. https://volksbuehne.adk.de/deutsch/volksbuehne/archiv/spielzeitchronik/1990_bis_2000/index.html
  • The expressionist drama Hinkemann is a tragedy in three acts by the writer Ernst Toller. Hinkemann was born in 1921/22 in the fortress prison at Lower Schönfeld, where Ernst Toller was imprisoned from 1920 to 1924. The tragedy appeared in 1923 under the title The German Hinkemann. In Eugen Hinkemann [...]
  • Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a gothic novella by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, first published in 1886. The work is also known as The Strange Case of Jekyll Hyde, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, or simply Jekyll & Hyde. It is about a London legal practitioner named Gabriel John Utterson [...]
  • Karl Grünberg was a German communist writer and journalist. His play "Golden fließt der Stahl", which premiered in 1950 at the Stadttheater Nordhausen and was particularly succsessful, works dramarturgically as a combination mystery thriller and socialist propaganda piece. At an important steel [...]
  •   "Zement" is a play by the German dramatist Heiner Müller, which was created in 1972 after the novel of the same name by Fjodor Gladkow. It tells a story of men and women, workers and intellectuals, communists and enemies of the revolution and their relationships to each other in the difficult [...]
  • "In any case, call Stefanie" is a series of hospitals that was broadcast from 1995 - 2004. Stefanie Engel is a nurse at the Luisen Hospital. The mother of a ten-year-old boy feels called to help, but she is an "angel" without a halo. Stefanie stands with both feet in life and experiences not only [...]
  • "Health resort Rosenau" is a series of hospitals that was broadcast from 1996 - 2005. The Health resort Rosenau was founded as a place of health care far from all class differences. Prof. Dr. Bernhardt, son of the founder and head of the clinic, still feels committed to this ideal today. The Rosenau [...]
  • Dr. Sommerfeld - News from the Bülowbogen is the series successor of "Praxis Bülowbogen" Dr. Peter Sommerfeld has the practice of his colleague Dr. Brockmann acquired in Berlin. As a doctor with body and soul, Sommerfeld comes to life in his practice, even if one or the other worry in his private [...]
  • A Dreary Story is an 1889 novel by Anton Chekhov, subtitled "From the Notebooks of an Old Man". Nikolai Stepanovich, a luminary in the world of medical science, tormented by insomnia and bouts of devastating weakness, lives in a kind of darkening haze. He tries to analyze the reasons for his rapid [...]
  • As the last premiere of this year, the Berlin Volksbühne at Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz on December 30th will stage Gogol's "Dead Souls" on stage. The piece co-produced with the "Teatr Kreatur" is based on the eponymous novel Gogols. The production comes from Andrej Woron, head of the Teatr Kreatur, who [...]
  • Als letzte Premiere dieses Jahres bringt die Berliner Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz am 30. Dezember Gogols "Die toten Seelen" auf die Bühne. Das mit dem Teatr Kreatur koproduzierte Stück basiert auf dem gleichnamigen Roman Gogols. Die Inszenierung stammt von Andrej Woron, Leiter des Teatr [...]
  • The 30-part Audibook production was voted "Audiobook of the Year" in 1999. A fantastic adventure story, a love story, a philosophical parable about good and evil and the power and impotence of art, a grotesque about Russian bureaucracy - a Russian Faust. The novel "Master and Margarita" was written [...]
  • The journalist Jürgen Loock is killed by the explosion of a car bomb. His daughter Meike narrowly escaped the attack. Is revenge the motive for the fatal attack, or did the journalist die because he was on the trail of an explosive case? When Meike discovers that her father has left her a [...]
  • "Rose Wars" (Rosenkriege) is a series of the Volksbühne. Gabriele Gysis staging of "Heinrich IV., 1 - Die Lohnarbeiter" is the second part of the Rose Wars project of the Volksbühne. The end is short and full of beauty. Even before the fight slackens, the rebel group sinks into the snow flurry [...]
  • "Rose Wars" (Rosenkriege) is a series of the Volksbühne. Richard III. - Der Fortschritt: The baddest of all rulers comes last: Johann Kresnik stages the last part of Shakespeare's Rose Wars in the Prater of the Volksbühne. His Richard is no less tyrannical, although he is one - played by Karin [...]
  • Ed Thomas is the most exciting playwright to come out of Wales" - the Guardian wrote. His play "Gas Station Angel"  was published in 1998. Bron meets Ace six days after his house falls into the sea. Their families may share a past of fairies, angels, axe-murderers and chickens, but what do Bron and [...]
  • A Dream Play (Swedish: Ett drömspel) was written in 1901 by the Swedish playwright August Strindberg. An angel, the daughter of a god, travels the world and discovers human misfortune, an unhappiness that knows no salvation and no liberation. "It is a shame for the people," is the motto of the play [...]
  • The Legend of Paul and Paula is a play based on the novel "Die Legende vom Glück ohne Ende" (The legend of happiness without end) by Ulrich Plenzdorf. The love story of Plenzdorf should have been on the Volksbühne since 1981. However, the authorities at that time did not want to use this material [...]
  • Baal was the first full-length play written by the German modernist playwright Bertolt Brecht. It concerns a wastrel youth who becomes involved in several sexual affairs and at least one murder. It was written in 1918, when Brecht was a 20-year-old student at Munich University, in response to the [...]
  • "Behind bars - The women's jail" was broadcast from 1997 - 2006. The inmates are in station B because of murder, extortion, robbery or fraud. Surrounded by closers and a facility management, which often acts arbitrarily, the inmates long above all for love, security and a family. Living together in [...]
  • Child murder is a topic that has always aroused the mind. Goethe showed Gretchen as "seduced and suffering" in the "Faust". In reality, as a Weimar minister, he showed no mercy against a child murderer. In the ambiguous field between understanding and disgust, there are those who are confronted with [...]
  • Section 40 is a Berlin-winning and award-winning police series. In 2003, 2004 and 2005 she was awarded the German TV Prize in the "Best Series" category. At the center of this crime series is the Berlin police station, section 40, whose chain-smoking department head, police chief commissioner Georg [...]
  • Old black and white pictures flicker on the huge screen above the stage. Kaliningrad when it was still Königsberg. "German was always spoken and felt German here," said a spokesman in the prevailing tone. Hitler smiles from behind a window. A German girl milks a cow. Behind it, the boys practice [...]
  • The fact that Gass is the only private detective in Potsdam unfortunately has no positive impact on his order situation. It is still weak. Until Betty, his former flame, who is now doing good business - the oldest - goes to his law firm to hire him. She brings a thing out of marble. It is the part [...]
  • In order not to lose her wonderful house, the unemployed widow Pia Brandt forged her certificates and got a job as a private secretary. Pia is to help the noble Isabel Haberland, who wants to set up an ambitious new project with her "Foundation for Nature and Environment". That's why Pia has to keep [...]
  • The custom is a German television series that was broadcast from 2001 to 2006. The series always begins with an attitude towards the victim of a sexual crime that has not survived in almost all cases, a kind of music box melody runs in the background. A look back at the last few hours in the victim [...]
  • An extreme athlete crashes while climbing and falls in love with the doctor who has an operation. This turns out to be an alcoholic who loses his license to practice medicine a little later. When she tries to help him out of his addiction, she loses touch with her friends. https://www.filmdienst [...]
  • Vera (Anett Heilfort) has no job and no man. As is so often the case, she seeks advice from her astrologer Luna (Karin Ugowski) and is rammed by a 150-kilo man on roller blades shortly thereafter. Before she faints, she hears the erotic voice of Markus Werner calling the emergency doctor. Vera [...]
  • More than once Karin Ugowski has surprised with her versatility, as shown again in the more recent years, like in the cinema short film Open (2005) of the director Charlotte Siebenrock, when she turned from an old frustrated canteen kitchen porter into an attractive buoyant and beautiful looking [...]
  • SOKO Leipzig is one of the most successful crime series on German television. Between 2001 and 2020, 19 seasons were already broadcast. The series is about the investigative work of the special commission of the Leipzig police. In this episode, chief commissioner Hajo Trautzschke experiences his [...]
  • "Julia, the walk of fortune" is a successful German TV series with over 780 episodes. The series is also broadcast in Austria and Switzerland, as well as in Italy. Karin Ugowski plays the role of Eva Landmann in each of the episodes. https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wege_zum_Gl%C3%BCck https://www [...]
  • With heart and soul  (In aller Freundschaft) is the most successful German hospital series and has received several awards. Due to the high ratings, 2 more offshoots "In all friendship - The young doctors" and "In all friendship - The nurses" were produced. Since 1998 over 860 episodes have been [...]
  • 17-year-old Julian Feldhof lives with his mother Clara in an idyllic village on the Baltic Sea coast. At the age of twelve, he witnessed the murder of his father. But he can't remember anything. The killer was never found. When the architect Phillip Koch suddenly appears in the village and pretends [...]
  • Nikola is a German comedy series that was produced from 1997 to 2005. The main actors are Mariele Millowitsch and Walter Sittler. The 9 seasons of the series enjoyed great popularity in Germany. In this episode, Dr. Schmidt got on the dog: He is so impressed by the “noble character” of a patient's [...]
  • The hottest summer in years: Meteorologist Jan returns from Oklahoma, where he has studied twisters up close, after faring a traumatic catastrophe during his dangerous research. Back in Berlin, he comes to face with his past and his ex-girlfriend Eva, who he had left behind. He clashes with his [...]
  • With a loving smile, the misers of Siena describe the sometimes complicated ways in which lovers find each other and unloved partners put their horns on. https://www.phonostar.de/radio/erotische-geschichten-aus-italien/v/20312/2008-11-28
  • Karin Ugowski reads a selection of texts from "The Book of Anecdotes"  by Fritz Reuther together with Peter Zimmermann at the farmhouse artist gallery.
  • Karin Ugowski and Peter Zimmermann read the "Book of Disasters" from Hermann Harry Schmitz at the farmhouse artist gallery.
  • Karin Ugowski reads a selection of texts from "The Book of Anecdotes"  by Fritz Reuther together with Peter Zimmermann at the village house Gessin.
  • Karin Ugowski reads a selection of texts from "The Book of Anecdotes"  by Fritz Reuther together with Peter Zimmermann at the farmhouse artist gallery.
  • Karin Ugowski reads a bunch of semitones in the old barn of the farmhouse artist gallery in snowy December.
  • Karin Ugowski reads short stories by Heinrich Mann at the farmhouse artist gallery.