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Swarovski provides a New Dress for the Paramour in the 2014 Jedermann Production

23 JUL 2014

by FESTSPIELKIEBITZ  09:34 h;
published in: Drama, General

Several thousand crystals decorate the Lover’s new dress in the 2014 Jedermann production. Seductive red, a skin-tight corsage and 32 metres of hemline are the defining elements of the creation. Scarlet-red flowers made of fabric sparkle with crystals reminiscent of dewdrops. In painstaking detail work, the crystals were stitched onto silk satin and silk muslin. 

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The Music for Salzburg’s “Jedermann”

11 JUL 2014

by FESTSPIELKIEBITZ  18:30 h;
published in: Drama

Sometimes small miracles really do occur on the sidelines of major theatre productions – miracles that are unforeseeable and which one certainly cannot count on, and yet ultimately they give the whole project its uniqueness and its charm, beyond all purposeful efforts. That is what happened during the new production of Jedermann.

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“The Forbidden Zone” marks the centenary of the outbreak of World War One

17 JUN 2014

by FESTSPIELKIEBITZ  16:33 h;
published in: Drama

The Forbidden Zone is a powerful new work about women, science and war in the first half of the twentieth century. Conceived by the director Katie Mitchell, working together with an extensive team of her regular artistic collaborators, this is contemporary theatre in a cinematic form, with screen images being created live on stage in real time. The drama moves at thrilling speed between a range of locations in Europe and America and events in 1949 and 1915. 

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Nestroy Prize Winner Georg Schmiedleitner to direct Die letzten Tage der Menschheit

2 APR 2014

by FESTSPIELKIEBITZ  15:31 h;
published in: Drama

As planned, Vienna’s Burgtheater and the Salzburg Festival will co-produce Die letzten Tage der Menschheit by Karl Kraus. After Matthias Hartmann was released from his directing obligations by the Burgtheater, as reported, Georg Schmiedleitner agreed to take on the realisation of Karl Kraus’ epoch-making work – a director who has made a name for himself with political and specifically Austrian theatre.

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“The Forbidden Zone” • The Production now focuses on Clara Immerwahr

30 JAN 2014

by FESTSPIELKIEBITZ  14:14 h;
published in: Drama

The English director Katie Mitchell has been commissioned by the Salzburg Festival as part of our season reflecting on the First World War to create the project The Forbidden Zone for the Perner-Insel Hallein stage. Katie Mitchell and her writer Duncan Macmillan’s initial inspiration came from Mary Borden’s autobiographical work of the same name. During Katie Mitchell and Duncan Macmillan’s process of research and preparation their interest in the events of the First World has evolved.

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World Premiere • Charlotte Salomon‘s Leben? oder Theater? Transformed into an Opera

12 DEC 2013

by FESTSPIELKIEBITZ  12:27 h;
published in: Drama

The Salzburg Festival looks forward to a very special world premiere as part of the coming season’s programme. Under the baton of composer Marc-André Dalbavie and directed by Luc Bondy, the life story and artistic oeuvre of Charlotte Salomon will become the basis of an opera. In her fascinating work Leben? oder Theater?, a unique combination of images, texts and musical quotations, the young Jewish artist tried to come to terms with the dramatic events of her life. This work inspired Dalbavie for his composition.

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The New Drama Programme 2014 – Presented by Sven-Eric Bechtolf

6 NOV 2013

by FESTSPIELKIEBITZ  11:01 h;
published in: Drama, General

Dear Audience,

We are delighted to present the 2014 theatre programme, which on this occasion is devoted almost entirely to a single subject: precisely one hundred years ago Europe threw itself into a war which is now regarded as the primary catastrophe of recent history. 

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MONTBLANC YOUNG DIRECTORS AWARD 2013

21 AUG 2013

by FESTSPIELKIEBITZ  12:48 h;
published in: Drama

For the twelfth time already, the MONTBLANC & SALZBURG FESTIVAL YOUNG DIRECTORS PROJECT took place as part of the 2013 Salzburg Festival. Once again, the international cultural brand Montblanc generously supported the theatre project. Sales of the Salzburg special edition of the “Mozart Pen” brought additional sponsorship funds to the project, making it possible to fund the YDP programme, the magazine Close Up. Sven-Eric Bechtolf, Director of Drama, had selected four young directors from Great Britain, Germany, Iraq and the Czech Republic for this year’s competition.

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From one Alpine People to Another

2 AUG 2013

by Raphael Clamer  17:00 h;
published in: Drama, General

I am driving a car through the Salzburger Land, this exceptionally beautiful region. Without a plan, keeping eyes and mouth open, I meander through the Wiestal. At the reservoir I stop and jump into the refreshing, deep-turquoise water; then I continue towards Wolfgangsee, past Fuschlsee (which I really want to hike around one day). Again and again, I stop and have to look at the mountains. I am overcome with a great longing to climb every single one of them and to hike through the valleys. As soon as the rehearsals are over and we are only performing in the evenings, I will assault one hill or the other!

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MONTBLANC & SALZBURG FESTIVAL YOUNG DIRECTORS PROJECT 2013

29 JUL 2013

by FESTSPIELKIEBITZ  17:15 h;
published in: Drama

The YDP (Young Directors Project) has been an asset to the Salzburg Festival programme since 2002. This successful competition, which each year showcases four young directors and their ensembles, is generously supported by Montblanc International and has become an indispensable part of the summer festival.

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