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Mia Pitroff - Wahre Schönheit kommt beim Dimmen

Why is ginger the messiah among tubers? Why is “Do what you love and love what you do!” the curse of our generation? How do you explain to a five-year-old child that there are no ponies in a park-and-ride lot? And why are young parents on the way to the zoo more elaborately equipped than Reinhold Messner on the way to Nanga Parbat? Mia Pittroff is somewhere in her mid-late thirties. Superficially nice. Subtly evil. Charming. But always to the point: “I like cabaret. The stage is always so beautifully tidy. At least initially.”

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Brief description

Why is ginger the messiah among tubers? Why is “Do what you love and love what you do!” the curse of our generation? How do you explain to a five-year-old child that there are no ponies in a park-and-ride lot? And why are young parents on the way to the zoo more elaborately equipped than Reinhold Messner on the way to Nanga Parbat? Mia Pittroff is somewhere in her mid-late thirties. Superficially nice. Subtly evil. Charming. But always to the point: “I like cabaret. The stage is always so beautifully tidy. At least initially.”

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The Franconian-born woman always picks up her accurate observations and punchlines wherever she happens to be: between the provinces and the big city, dialect and standard German, between children and career and, last but not least, between the years. The Berliner by choice cannot be pigeonholed or pigeonholed into cabaret or comedy! She is simply there and you should not miss her beautiful, poetic, thoughtful but sometimes simply subtle observations. Before her cabaret career, Mia Pittroff was a poetry slammer on German and international stages. She toured Franconian and Bavarian stages with the VolXmusiker musician David Saam as the duo Sellarie before bringing her first and multiple award-winning solo program to the stage with “My Laminate, the Sabine and I”. After “Quite a lot of landscape here,” “True beauty comes when dimming” is now the third solo program. In addition to her stage work, Mia Pittroff works as a freelance author for both read and audible formats. When asked by her parents why she, as a committed Franconian, lives in Berlin, she has not yet found a suitable answer, but continues to refine her argument.

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Leuwieser Weg 3
56479 Elsoff