Friedrich von Schiller / Elfriede Jelinek
Maria Stuart/Ulrike Maria Stuart
Welcome to a double-feature: Starting with the remarkable Schiller it is all about headstrong Mary, Queen of Scots and her opponent, the strict ruler Elizabeth I. Passionate emotions and political grassroots games. Moving to Germany 1968 – a revolutionary transit: nobel laureate Jelinek faces the two leading RAF characters Ulrike Meinhof and Gudrun Ensslin, parallelizing them to the lives of Mary and Elizabeth, developing society’s visions as well as the destructive processes of power. If you love language, different points of view and political complexities – you will enjoy this entertaining tragedy.
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approx. 2 hours 50 minutes, 1 break
Acting:Curriculum relevant information
WAS MAN NICHT AUFGIBT, HAT MAN NIE VERLOREN./
DIE WÜTENDEN HÖRT MAN NICHT GERNE.
Schiller / Jelinek – Maria Stuart/Ulrike Maria Stuart