Lucy is currently playing Sally Bowles in a production of “Cabaret” in Berlin, and she seems to enjoy being back on stage as much as her fans enjoy seeing her there. But it’s not only because of Lucy that a visit to the “Cabaret” is a lot of fun.
Some of you might have wondered why they can’t find Kasia’s Facebook Page anymore and might also have noticed that the link to the page that was posted in the sidebar of this blog is gone. That’s because Kasia’s Facebook Page seems to be gone, too. The page disappeared a few days ago and hasn’t reappeared since.
So far, there has been no explanation as to why the page is gone. In December, Kasia had written on Facebook that she was hurt and disappointed by some of the messages that she had received from so-called “fans” with regard to her charity project and that she was considering deleting her Facebook Page. But the page stayed online, and a few weeks ago, Kasia even started to post messages for her fans again. That’s why, at least to me, it looks rather like a mistake, a technical glitch maybe, than a deliberate decision.
Fortunately, Facebook isn’t the only way for artists to promote their art, and it’s reassuring that Kasia’s Twitter account and her blog are still online. She’s a talented actress and musician, that’s why I hope that she keeps us posted on her projects and that we can see her again soon, either on stage or on TV.
Until then: Stay Jemma!
For almost a year now, Lucy has been playing Marlene Schweitzer, the main character of the very popular German telenovela “Sturm der Liebe”. But as Marlene’s storyline is drawing to a close many fans have been wondering what Lucy’s next career move would be, especially whether she would keep making TV or return to the stage.
Well, it’s the stage, at least for a couple of weeks this summer.
As Lucy announced on her Facebook page earlier this week, she is going to play Sally Bowles, the main female character, in a production of the musical “Cabaret” that is currently staged in the Berlin theater “TIPI am Kanzleramt”.
Here’s a translation of Lucy’s post:
Lucy goes Sally!!
From June 28th to August 2nd, I’m going to slip into the shoes of Sally Bowles in the excellent Berlin production of the musical “Cabaret” in TIPI am Kanzleramt.
After I got to get to know the production in 2005 as KitKatGirl “Mausi”, I’m very happy to be part of this extraordinary team once again.
Marlene is happy as well;)
I’ll sing my heart out
Love and kisses
Congratulations on your new project, Lucy, and good luck!
Vor einigen Wochen hatte ich hier über die Fankarten-Aktion von Schauspielerin Kasia Borek (alias “Emma” aus “Hand aufs Herz”) berichtet. Ein Teil des Erlöses aus dem Verkauf der Karten sollte einem von Kasia mitgegründeten Verein zugute kommen und einer Schule für die dortige Schulspeisung gespendet werden.
Zwar wurden nicht alle Karten verkauft, doch dank der Initiative von Fans und Fan-Gruppen wie “Jemma International” konnte am vergangenen Freitag dennoch eine Spendenübergabe stattfinden. Die Schülerinnen und Schüler der Schule am Zwickauer Damm in Berlin können sich jetzt über eine Unterstützung in Höhe von EUR 1.700 freuen.
Kasia Borek has come up with an idea how she can both give her fans a treat and do something for a good cause.
In cooperation with a charity organization that she co-founded, she has developed an exclusive autograph card that is sold via ebay. The card is signed by Kasia and, by request, can feature a personal dedication. There is only a limited number of cards available. Of course, international fans can purchase the card as well, as it will be shipped worldwide.
(Photo: Kasia Borek / Verein für soziale Verantwortung e.V.)
If all 500 cards are sold by Nov. 18, 2012, part of the proceeds, at least € 1000, will be donated to a school in Berlin to support students whose parents cannot afford the daily school meals. Also, if the donation is made possible, as a special thank you from Kasia one buyer has as a chance to win a Meet & Greet with her.
Here’s the link to ebay:
An English version of the terms and conditions is available. Also, don’t be surprised: Since the first offer expired by the end of October and had to be renewed, a lot more cards have already been sold than is shown on the site.
For more information and regular updates, you can also check Kasia’s Facebook page.