Der Ring des Nibelungen

By Necati Öziri
Staging: Christopher Rüping
 

Richard Wagner’s Ring of the Nibelung is a monster, full of otherworldly music and deep-seated hatred, full of fervent storms of love and hardcore racism, full of a deep reverence for nature and for Darwin’s blood ideology. Should it even continue to be performed today? No, not necessarily. Nevertheless, even if the Ring were to disappear into the depths of the archives, never to be performed again, it would be difficult to undo the influence this megalomaniacal work has had.
It is however possible to correct it!

Author Necati Öziri has written just such a “correction” of the Ring, in which the stories that Wagner withheld are finally told. Musicians Black Cracker and Jonas Holle have assembled an orchestra of independent musicians, countering Wagner’s one-man show with a polyphonic work, and director Christopher Rüping is finally turning his hand to opera! Hojotoho!

 

Staging
Christopher Rüping
Text
Necati Öziri
Set Design
Jonathan Mertz
Costume design
Lene Schwind
Costume design assistance
Ulf Brauner, Naïma Alissa Trabelsi
Music
Black Cracker, Jonas Holle, Born In Flamez, Gil Schneider, Isa GT, Ixa Psybourg, Legion Seven, Leo Luchini, Philipp Hülsenbeck, Simonne Jones
Light
Gerhard Patzelt
Video
Emma Lou Herrmann
Dramaturgy
Katinka Deecke
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Audience Development
Silvan Gisler
Touring & International Relations
Sonja Hildebrandt
Production Assistance
Leila Vidal-Sephiha / Josephine Scheibe
Stage design assistance
Karl Dietrich
Production intern
Rosa-Lin Meesen
Samira Agoropoulos
Costume design intern
Valeria Ballek
Inspection
Dayen Tuskan
Soufflage
Katja Weppler
Text translation
Anna Galt
Translation rehearsals
Alain Angehrn / Lux Züst
Surtitle Translation
Sinikka Weber
Surtitle Riders
PANTHEA
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Supported by Förder Circle Schauspielhaus

  • World premiere: 28 January 2022, Pfauen
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  • There are no surtitles for the open rehearsels on the 24.1
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Monday 24.01. 18:00 Pfauen
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