Uncle Vanya

By Anton Chekhov

Direction Karin Henkel / Stage Design Stéphane Laimé / Costume and Wardrobe Aino Laberenz / Sound Alain Croubalian / Video Robi Voigt
Cast Gottfried Breitfuss, Lena Schwarz, Carolin Conrad, Nikola Weisse, Siggi Schwientek, Markus Scheumann, Alexander Maria Schmidt

Alexander Wladimirowitsch Serebrjakow, emeritierter Professor Gottfried Breitfuss
Jelena Andrejewna, seine Frau Lena Schwarz
Sofia Alexandrowna (Sonja), seine Tochter aus erster Ehe Carolin Conrad
Maria Wassiljewna Woinizkaja, Mutter seiner ersten Frau Nikola Weisse
Iwan Petrowitsch Woinizki (Onkel Wanja), ihr Sohn Siggi Schwientek
Michail Lwowitsch Astrow, Arzt Markus Scheumann
Ilja Iljitsch Telegin, ehemaliger Gutsbesitzer Alexander Maria Schmidt
Musiker Alain Croubalian
 
Direction Karin Henkel
Stage Design Stéphane Laimé
Costume and Wardrobe Aino Laberenz
Sound Alain Croubalian
Video Robi Voigt
Lighting Frank Bittermann
Literary Manager Amely Joana Haag
Assistant Director Sonja Streifinger
Assistant Stage Designer Marie Hartung
Assistant Costume Designer Selina Tholl
Internship Direction Katharina Stark
Internship Direction Carla Marfurt
Internship Stage Design Florina Vieli
Souffleur János Stefan Buchwardt
Stage Management Aleksandar Sascha Dinevski
Like parasites, the despotic, retired Professor Serebryakov and his beautiful new spouse Yelena have nested on the rural estate of Serebryakov’s late wife, since life in the city has become too expensive. His daughter Sonya and her uncle Vanya, the brother of the deceased wife, have been working hard for years to maintain the estate although they can hardly bear the dreariness that surrounds them. Vanya has spent half of his life editing and revising the supposedly world-shattering art theories of the professor. When they turn out to be pretty much insignificant, and when Serebryakov discloses that he is intent on selling the estate to buy himself a retirement home, Vanya’s agonized disenchantment leads to an escalation. In an attempt to murder Serebryakov, Vanya hopes to free himself from his now meaningless dependency. To no avail - Vanya misses the target. There is no prospect of change. “Scenes from Country Life”, the piece was subtitled by Chekhov in 1896. Today it might be called “Mosaic of a Depression”.

Pfauen

We, 31 May 20:0022:00 Tickets Final performances
Fr, 02 Jun 20:0022:00 Tickets Last performance for the time being
Freitag Abo A