The successful premiere of Suburban miniatures The new production of the Ruflinger Theater in a new look. The six short comedies of Herbert Rosendorfer, Rudolf Storzer and Hugo Weiner, with great enthusiasm by the well-proven Rococo theater troupe, put the loyal Rowlinger theater audience in a very pleasant mood. Leo Schulhuber, Gerhard Strohofer, Heinz Fabts, and Martina Schuster provide wonderfully comedic features of the famous formal church, which is often stubborn but lovable, and of the small but smart people they encounter in the plays Before the Shop Window and Am Zoll. Herta Wych and Gerhard Hofstadler in a somewhat skewed dialogue at a funeral, a grotesque (or not) contrast to the already solemn and sad occasion.Martina Schuster inspires with the song “Care of Beauty” written by Hugo Wiener and once performed by Sissy Kraner, which acquires its originality thanks to the wonderful accompaniment of the accordion In Yevgeny Kobyakov. Julia Frostel looks charming as a somewhat naïve revolutionary who wants to do something truly effective against the horrors of the torture of solitude at the dual conference with Gerhard Hofstadler. Finally, she witnesses the somewhat outdated Piroschka of Hungary, played by Eva Bruckböck. , surprisingly returns to the stage in search of Dorotheergasse and is given highly competent tips by tasty Viennese types.
The rather pure stage, reduced this time, in which the scene with projections and light effects is alluded to only, so far as is absolutely necessary, attention is well focused on the acting of the individual characters.
The new design of the hall – the audience sits at the cafe tables – creates a completely relaxed atmosphere in the theatrical cafe.
The remaining performance dates of October 14, 15 and 16 are already sold out.
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