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19 €  Normal

17 €  Club Ö1, unions, Pensioners, Verbund, Kolping members

15 €  as of 5zig, Tera Vienna Card, groups 7+ persons

13 € Theatre Tuesday, disabled card holders, Wien Energie

10 € Family extra, Students, Uni. Darstell. Kunst

9.50 € IG Theater, Club Ö1 Students, Students 6+, 

0 € Kulturpass Hunger auf Kunst und Kultur, Wiener Sozialpass, Präsenz- und Zivildiener



Press & general enquiries contact Joanna Godwin-Seidl

Tel.: 43(0) 699 12127679


With thanks to our sponsors:  Demobrewery & FFAB

vienna theatre project leading team:

Joanna Godwin-Seidl

Asst Director: TBD

Stage Manager: Laura D Mitchell

Costumes: Laura Mitchell/Joanna Godwin-Seidl

Set Design: vienna theatre project

Set building: Theater Drachengasse

Sound FX: vienna theatre project

Lights: Martin Hauser

Poster/Flyer: Gernot Ottowitz 

Show Photos: Ine Gundersveen and Thomas Schluet

PR & Sponsorship: Joanna Godwin-Seidl

Film/trailers: Daniel Annoh Flick Team

In House: Beate Platzgummer and team

Starring: Daniel Annoh, Jason Cloud, Denise Teipel and Jack Midgley

Directed by: Joanna Godwin-Seidl

Producer/Stage Manager: Laura D Mitchell

Premiere: January 21st 2019, 8pm

Shows: 22nd January – 2nd February 2019, 8pm

Theater Drachengasse Bar & Co

Fleischmarkt 22, 1010 Vienna

Tel.: 01/5131444

Tickets on-line:


vienna theatre projectwelcomes in 2019 with a wonderful, hit comedy… 


In a run-down movie theater in central Massachusetts, three underpaid employees mop the floors and attend to one of the last 35 millimeter film projectors in the state. Their tiny battles and not-so-tiny heartbreaks play out in the empty aisles, becoming more gripping than the lackluster, second-run movies on screen. They are onto a scam, making extra money on tickets, but the new employee - who is African American - is less enthusiastic about breaking the law, as he knows he’ll be the first one accused. With keen insight and a finely-tuned comic eye, The Flick is a hilarious and heart-rending cry for authenticity in a fast-changing world. Winner of the coveted Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and OBIE Award in 2013, and the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for drama.


“Hilarious and ineffably touching” New York Times

“This hypnotic, heartbreaking micro-epic…is irreducibly theatrical” Time Out

“A riveting play” The Guardian

About Annie Baker

Annie Baker's plays include  The Antipodes  (Signature Theatre),  John (National Theatre/Signature Theatre, Obie Award for Collaboration, Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel nominations for Best Play), The Flick (Playwrights Horizons/Barrow Street Theatre/National Theatre, Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Hull-Warriner Award, Susan Smith Blackburn Award, Obie Award for Playwriting, UK Critics Circle Award for Best New Play), Circle Mirror Transformation (Playwrights Horizons, Obie Award for Best New American Play, Drama Desk nomination for Best Play), The Aliens (Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, Obie Award for Best New American Play), Body Awareness (Atlantic Theater Company, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle nominations for Best Play/Emerging Playwright), and an adaptation of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya (Soho Rep, Drama Desk nomination for Best Revival), for which she also designed the costumes.


Her plays have been produced at over 200 theaters throughout the U.S. and in over a dozen countries. Other honors include a MacArthur Fellowship, Guggenheim Fellowship, Steinberg Playwriting Award, American Academy of Arts and Letters Award, New York Drama Critics' Circle Award, and the Cullman Fellowship at the New York Public Library. She is a Master-Artist-Residence and Co-Chair of the MFA Playwriting Program at Hunter College.

ABOUT AVERY, Daniel Annoh -  Daniel is an actor, director and producer from Bermondsey, London. He trained at Identity School of Acting and is currently attending Anthony Meindle’s Actors’ Workshop. 

He has been the lead in fringe plays across London, including Pattern Up, Battling Lewishamat The London Theatre, Brit Ain’t Right at the Courtyard Theatre. He has also featured in many productions like Black Cat Theatre’s Millennials and Chronic Love Dispensaries Penetration

Daniel also has been on the screen in many short film productions and has just finished filming an award-winning film Bus Stop by acclaimed writer, director and actress Vanessa Bailey. He is the head of Actor Development at Athenaeum Productions and as director and producer has several films in post-production, due to be released this summer.

We are so excited Daniel has come over the pond to work with us, he'll be playing the shy film buff AVERY.


ABOUT SAM, Jason Cloud - Jason Cloud grew up in downtown Minneapolis in the heart of the Hennepin Avenue Theater District. 

He relocates to Vienna in 2010, where he majored in literature and drama at the University of Vienna, followed by acting and scene work training, and eventually classical training as a baritone at the Prayner Conservatory of Music and Dramatic Arts. 


He is the co-founder of Mental Eclipse Theater House, where, aside from acting, he is also active as a director and writer. His recent theater productions include: Jack Mormon (AtelierTheater, Spektakel), The Fall of Alice (Spektakel, Theatercouch), Winterreise (Yamaha Concert Hall). Jason is also currently part of Wiener Kult’s ensemble for Das Labyrinth (Theater Rampenlicht).


Recent film credits include: Little Joe (Coop99), Guilt (Apex Film), Many Moons (Stateline Productionz).

ABOUT ROSE, Denise Teipel - Denise studied acting with Heribert Sasse and Heinz Trixner after obtaining her degree in Media Management. Since 2011 she has been working as a freelance artist in both film and theatre where, apart from working as an actress, she also works as a casting director, author & producer. She played in Sudabeh Mortezai´s debut film Macondo, at the Berlinale 2014.

Besides appearing in numerous theatre productions (Theater an der Wien, Theater Drachengasse, Werk X Eldorado, Das Off Theater, Theateroffensive Salzburg, TWW, u.v.m.) she worked extensively in the field of research and casting for Ulrich Seidl Film Production and was part of the screen writing program Diverse Geschichten. In 2015 she worked together with Patric Chiha on the movie Brothers of The Night, also screened at the Berlinale Film Festival in 2016.

She worked on the short film NISA as Co-author and actress which, since  premiering in Lenzing 2017 twas screened at many international film festivals. She is the creator and head of the SpielBAR Ensemble together with Cristina Maria Ablinger. The first production VITA & VIRGINIA premiered in 2016 and toured in Germany. In early 2018 she shot the ORF / RTL Crime series „M – Eine Stadt sucht einen Mörder“ with director David Schalko and appeared in Eva Spreitzhofer´s movie WOMIT HABEN WIR DAS VERDIENT, which premiered at the Zurich Film Festival. Recently she played the role of Anni Bergmüller in KAMERADEN directed by Nicholas Monu in Salzburg

ABOUT SKYLAR, Jack Midgley- Jack Chilton Midgley, less Chilton more Midgley, is an English actor currently residing in the artistic bosom of Vienna. He, Jack Chilton Midgley, more Chilton than Midgley, is also writing right now in 3rdperson. 

Jack is a character ensemble performer, with training and workshopping experiences from such practitioners as Nicolás Núñez, John Britton, Elion Morris, Steven Detmire… Jack Midgley (Now in italics) has a well-rounded knowledge of what it’s like to be on a stage and what it’s like to take on the stage. From the physical to the Method… Jack has tried it. 

Love encompasses everything in this world, and if you do not do what you love a little piece of you dies inside. It has taken Jack a really long time to understand that acting is a passion and it comes from the very being of the soul. I… (Sorry…’He wants to’… Because we’re still in 3rdperson…Sorry… I am not Canadian) push that integral moment(s) of the heart of being present, the flowing vessel that takes you the next step further as an actor and ultimately, as a human being.

Director/Producer -  Joanna GODWIN-SEIDL 


The actress and director studied theatre in the United Kingdom. She has been running VIENNA THEATRE PROJECT since 2006. THE LAST FIVE YEARS was her solo musical debut at the Theater Drachengasse. German language theatre credits include directing MÄDCHEN MIT DEN SCHWEFELHÖLZERN (Ronacher Theater), HAUTNAH (Patrick Marber) for Theaterverein Vision (OFF Theater) and MORD IM MUSIKANTENBEISL (Asst. director - Theater Drachengasse). Recently acclaimed musicals include ORDINARY DAYS and TICK TICK..BOOM! She has a solid repertoire, often choosing plays with social & political content: PLENTY (VIS Theatre), DIRT (Theater am Petersplatz) and THE MEETING (Black History Month/Theater am Petersplatz) to name a few. In 2014 she directed the hit play TOPDOG/UNDERDOG, was pleased to receive rave reviews for her musical TITLE OF SHOW and starred in Sarah Kane’s 4.48 PSYCHOSIS. As an actor, she has starred in a number of shows from Ayckbourn to Coward and Shakespeare,  in theatres such as Vienna’s English Theatre, the Kammeroper and Schönbrunner Schlosstheater. In 2015-2016 she directed the critically acclaimed shows DISGRACED, MARRY ME A LITTLE and THE INVISIBLE HAND. All her latest productions,  including THE WHO & THE WHAT ( 2017, Theater Drachengasse) and BUILDING THE WALL were nominated "Tip of the Week" in the national press.”

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