Die Geschichte von Kalif Storch


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Badische Zeitung
Zeitung zum Sonntag

Schwarzwälder Bote

21. November 2001

Zähringer Echo

Dezember 2001

19. Dezember 2001








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Bilder der Bauprobe


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Theaterbesprechungen / Theater Reviews
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Die Räuber

Friedrich Schiller

Aufführung in Berlin.

Aufführung in Freiburg.





Ulrike Maria Stuart

Elfriede Jelinek

Elfriede Jelinek was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2004 and was proclaimed the best German playwright of 2007 with her play Ulrike Maria Stuart.
The production by Nicolas Stemann was regarded as one of the top German theater productions in 2007.

World premiere at the Thalia Theater in Hamburg, Germany, 2007. Director: Nicolas Stemann
Dramatic advisors: Sonja Anders and Benjamin Blomberg
Stage design: Katrin Nottrodt
Costumes: Marysol del Castillo
Music: Thomas Kürstner, Sebastian Vogel
Lighting design: Paulus Vogt
Actors: Andreas Döhler, Felix Knopp, Thomas Kürstner, Peter Maertens, Katharina Matz, Judith Rosmair, Sebastian Rudolph, Elisabeth Schwarz, Sebastian Vogel, Susanne Wolff

Premiere: October 28, 2006

Talk with the audience
Moderation Tobi Müller

Elfriede Jelinek continues to write the history of our state of mind. “Ulrike Maria Stuart” projects an argument between Ulrike Meinhof and Gudrun Ensslin onto the female dynamic in Schiller’s “Maria Stuart”, Maria against Elisabeth. The people, Gudrun says, don’t want us. But Ulrike can’t give up the people. Together they are stuck in the dead end of political representation. And Jelinek batters on the locked door behind which another country, utopia, once lay. The clang of metal is the exuberance of her language. Nicolas Stemann turns this into the loudest political revue for a long time, a great potpourri of terror which is also a joyous satire on Berlin’s media democracy. Equally shared out, through the phases of depression, corrupted into entertainment. The play about the problems of political involvement, the play about the continually renewed RAF debate, about the ghosts we cannot get rid of, whether they are in prison or pardoned, on stage or inside our heads.

City Theater, Freiburg. Director: Michael Simon.