Event Matthäuspassion (Triptychon: Die Abendmahlsgäste von Ingmar Bergman, Brand von Henrik Ibsen, Matthäuspassion nach dem Neuen Testament, Johann Sebastian Bach und anderen Texten)
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VenueCentraltheater Leipzig, Bosestraße 1 04109 Leipzig, Germany, Leipzig, Germany
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First Date18th September 2008
Opening Night12th September 2008
Last Date27th March 2009
StatusProfessional
Primary GenreTheatre - Spoken Word
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SORT_NameNameFunctionCharacterNotes
Hummitzsch, MatthiasMatthias HummitzschActorEinarAlso played bailiff, Jonas Judah
Lawinky, ThomasThomas LawinkyActorBrand
Lüdicke, Peter RenéPeter René LüdickeActorJesus
Rönnebeck, EmmaEmma RönnebeckActorGerd
Stübner, BerndtBerndt StübnerActorThe doctorTomas
Trommer, BarbaraBarbara TrommerActorBrand's motherMrs. Persson
von Kuick, HenrikeHenrike von KuickActorDevil, boy, woman
Vulesica, AnitaAnita VulesicaActorAgnes
Waschk, ArnoArno WaschkActorBlom
Wege, CordeliaCordelia WegeActorA womanMartha
Hartmann, Sebastian, Sebastian HartmannAssistant Director
Waschk, ArnoArno WaschkComposer
Münzner, Susanne, Susanne MünznerCostume Designer
Münzner, Susanne, Susanne MünznerDesigner
Hartmann, Sebastian, Sebastian HartmannDirector
Bautz, UweUwe BautzDramaturg
Casper, Rainer, Rainer CasperLighting Designer
Ibsen, Henrik, Henrik IbsenPlaywright
Morgenstern, Christian, Christian MorgensternTranslatorBrand-extracted in Christian Morgenstern translation
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Production NationalityGermany
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Further Information16 Performances. "Matthäuspassion" was a threefold production (termed as a triptych). The first part was based on Ingmar Bergman´s Winter Light in a new translation by Renate Bleibtreu. The second part was based on Henrik Ibsen´s Brand. The last part was based on the Gospel of Matthew and the libretto of Bach´s St. Matthew Passion. Other text parts from Dostoevsky, Kinski and Saramago.
Event Identifier84142