Volksbühne Berlin am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz


based on the play by Maxim Gorky

“It’s as if people today had discovered a bomb placed next to them and everyone reacts according to character type; some will try to force it open and defuse it; others will stand by watching with wide fearful eyes trying to figure out whether it will go off; a third group just pretends nothing has happened as if the thing on the table was only a joke, not a bomb just a large orange - harmless fun; still others just take care of their own safety running and hoping that no one will notice a breach of decency in their flight and accuse them of cowardice.” Alexander Blok (1880 - 1921)

Tickets 18.- EUR, concessions 9.- EUR.

Duration: 1h 55min


With: Frank Büttner, Maximilian Hildebrandt, Daniel Klausner, Benjamin Kühni, Martin Otting, Marie Rathscheck, Theresa Riess, Celina Rongen, Kim Schnitzer, Janet Stornowski, Ulvi Erkin Teke, Léa Wegmann and Felix Witzlau

Director: Silvia Rieger
Stage Designer: Bert Neumann
Costumes: Laurent Pellissier
Light Design: Torsten König
Sound and music arrangements: Wolfgang Urzendowsky
Dramaturgy: Sabine Zielke

In cooperation with the drama school Hochschule für Schauspielkunst Ernst Busch, Berlin.

Schwarze Serie