The story revolves around Cameron, a coveted photographer who travels worldwide. His life is much like these brilliant photographs that tell varied stories. He takes his muse along for inspiration and companionship wherever he goes. When he loses her, he also loses his spark.
With darkness engulfing him, Cameron turns to the photographs that hang artistically on his walls. Soon, the pictures come to life and bring a glimmer of hope to Cameron's dull existence. It leaves him wondering whether the light exuding from the photographs is a sign of his muse still being around him.
The story touches upon how love withstands the test of time and how one arises like a phoenix, stronger than before. The two acts of the show are in harmony with each other and use a delightful interplay of dance and music.
ARISE Grand Show is famous for being one of the best revue entertainments produced by the Palast-Berlin. You will witness the magic of over 100 marvellous artists that come from 26 different countries. These include the athletic Russian acrobatic troupe, the flying trapeze artists, a band of highly talented musicians and a graceful ballet ensemble.
Address: Friedrichstadt-Palast Berlin, Friedrichstraße 107, 10117 Berlin-Mitte
Cameron (vocal soloist) - Dennis Weissert
Light (vocal soloist) - Jaqueline Bergrós Reinhold
Muse (vocal soloist) - Kediesha McPherson
Time (vocal soloist) - Olivier Erie St. Louis
Sirens (backing vocals) - Laura Panzeri, Sidonie Smith, Mark van Beelen
Flying Trapeze Act - The New Flying Caceres
Russian Swing Act - Troupe Alexey Pronin
Ballet of the Palast - Direction Alexandra Georgieva
Show-Band of the Palast - Direction Daniel Behrens
Conductors - Daniel Behrens, Tobias Leppert, Sebastian Brand
Producer - Dr. Berndt Schmidt
Author & director - Oliver Hoppmann
Author - William Baker
Music Supervisor & Musical Director - Daniel Behrens
Choreographic Supervisor - Alexandra Georgieva
Costume design - Stefano Canulli
Kostümassistenz - Simon Crowhurst
Art Direction Photography - Kristian Schuller
Stage design - Frida Arvidsson
Lighting design - Chris Moylan
You can buy ARISE Grand Show tickets online, via the Palast Berlin ticket hotline or at the box office, from 1 PM-6:30 PM. Guests can choose the seating category of their desire, but the organiser allocates the precise seat.
The best and the most hassle-free way to book ARISE Grand Show tickets is to book them online.
Yes, ARISE Grand Show tickets are available online. Make sure to buy them in advance through online measures for the best and most seamless experience.
The ARISE Grand Show tickets do not include food and drinks. Although, you can buy snacks and drinks at the bar in Palast Berlin.
Palast Berlin doors open an hour before the show commences.
The best and the most prominent critics around the world have called ARISE grand show one of the most enthralling, colourful and life-affirming spectacles that are unmissable. So, yes, it is worth watching the ARISE Grand Show. Book ARISE Grand Show tickets now.
ARISE tells the story of Cameron, a photographer, whose photographs come alive to help him discover that that there is always a light at the end of a dark tunnel and that love always wins over time.
The show is for two and a half hours with a 25-minute interval.
The suitable age for the show is 8 years. Children under the age of 6 will not be allowed.
ARISE Grand Show is a revue show and it does not follow a traditional storyline or have much dialogue - the story is mainly conveyed through music and dance which means anyone can enjoy the show without worrying about the language.
Outside food and drinks are not allowed. However, the venue does have a bar where guests can purchase food and drinks prior to the show and during the interval.
No, there is no strict dress code. However, avoiding very casual clothing like tracksuits or trainers is a good idea. Go for smart casuals or semi-formal clothing.
Photography, videography, and sound recording are prohibited inside the theatre.