Sibylle Canonica

Sibylle Canonica erhielt ihre Ausbildung an der Folkwang-Hochschule für Musik Theater Tanz in Essen. Sie spielte am Oldenburgischen Staatstheater, am Schiller Theater Berlin, am Staatstheater Stuttgart, am Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus und an den Münchner Kammerspielen. Mit Dieter Dorn wechselte sie von dort zur Spielzeit 2000/2001 an das Residenztheater. Sie gastierte regelmäßig bei den Wiener Festwochen und Salzburger Festspielen und arbeitete u. a. mit George Tabori, Hans Lietzau, Peter Zadek, Thomas Langhoff, Dieter Dorn, Werner Herzog, Franz Xaver Kroetz, Jan Bosse, Barbara Frey, David Bösch, Herbert Fritsch, Timofej Kuljabin, Tina Lanik, Bernhard Mikeska, Ivica Buljan, Martin Kušej und Michael Thalheimer.

Performing in

The play «Der Stiefel und sein Socken» (The Boot and its Sock) by the universal artist Herbert Achternbusch who died in Munich in January 2022 is perhaps his most personal work. At the same time, it is a wonderful comedy full of kindness, poetry and absurdity.

Der Stiefel und sein Socken (The Boot and its Sock)
Marstall, 20.00 o'clock
Wed 22 Mar

In her autobiographical memoir «A Girl’s Story», published in 2016, the French writer Annie Ernaux attempts to understand a deeply formative experience in her own life. What happened to her, a young woman aged 18 at the time, in the summer of 1958? Between fragments of memories, diary entries, letters and decades-old photos, the author undertakes an almost forensic analysis of what happened, its effects and the social frameworks and sexual double standards that grant or refuse entirely different forms of «freedom» to men and women respectively. «A Girl’s Story» shows an almost 80-year-old woman painfully confronting sexual shame, impotence and self-empowerment and is – shortly before the #MeToo movement arose – a touching and highly political document of putting an end to silence.

Erinnerung eines Mädchens (A Girl's Story)
Marstall, 20.00 o'clock
Wed 15 Mar