Theater autumn promises to be intense. In September alone, the theater at Der Josefstadt put on six premieres. Premiering on September 2nd is the premiere of Susan F. Wolff’s drama film of Schnitzler’s novel The Road to Freedom, directed by Janusz Keka. Kammerspiele kicks off on September 5th with Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weil’s “The Threepenny Opera” with hosts Herbert Voettinger and Maria Bell in the title roles. Directed by Torsten Fisher.
Sandra Cervik appeared on stage in two premieres within seven days, namely in Grillbarzer’s “Medea” directed by Elmar Jordan (premiere September 9) and at the world premiere of “City of the Blind” by Thomas Junick based on Jose Saramago ( Premiere (on September 16). Stephanie Mohr is the director. Fellow Sylvia Maestrell plays one of literature’s most famous adulterers in her first starring role: “Anna Karenina” after Leo Tolstoy is the second collaboration with director Amelie Niermayr, premiering September 30. Former teacher Klaus Beemann, who made his debut at Josefstadt last fall with Thomas Bernhard’s “The German Lunch Table,” chose UNESCO’s “The King dies” for his debut at Kammerspiele (September 25). Among others, Bernard Scheer, Maria Koestlinger and Johannes Kreich appeared on stage. (Abba)
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