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Schaubühne Berlin "Richard III” by Thomas Ostermeier

Schaubühne Berlin "Richard III” by Thomas Ostermeier

  • Date(s)
    2018.6.14(thu)-6.17(sun)
  • Time
    weekdays 8pm, sat 7pm, sun 3pm
  • Price
    R 80,000 S 60,000 A 40,000
  • Duration
    Duration: 160minutes (no interval)
  • * Age Guideline: 19+ * Performed in German with Korean subtitles. * Late comers will not be admitted.
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    * Notices about Richard III by Thomas Ostermiere

    - Due to special performing requirements, latecomers will NOT be admitted under any circumstances.

    - Also, should one leave the auditorium during the performance which lasts 2.5 hours with NO intermission, re-entry is NOT permitted.

     

     

    “Un roi boiteux règne sur la Cité des papes.” Le Monde

    “Boisterous, wilful, ridiculous, occasionally brilliant, frequently frustrating, this is a roaring Richard.” The Stage

     

    The German director Thomas Ostermeier continues to surprise the audience with his iconoclastic, explosive works that leap beyond expectation. In 2015, with <An Enemy of the People> he transformed the theater space into an arena for ferocious public debate; turned audiences into passionate commentators. This time he guides the audience to the ultimate evil, the most ambitious and delicious character created in the hands of Shakespeare.

    Premiered in February 2015 at Berliner Schaubühne, <Richard III> was highly praised at Avignon Festival 2015 and Edinburgh Festival 2016. The work is based on <Richard III>, one of Shakespeare’s earliest works depicting King Richard III ascend to the last throne of House of York through an immense bloodbath.

    To portray this physically and mentally disfigured villain, blinded by primal, instinctive desire for power, Ostermeier chooses to build a semi-circular stage similar to the Globe and fills it with monochrome desolation swirling with confetti and sand. On this stage, the bloody slaughter and dark schemes are ever more emphasized. By far the most overwhelming character in this piece is ‘Richard III’ played by Lars Eidinger, who created a bizarre, yet persuasive Hamlet in Ostermeier’s <Hamlet>. Eidinger does not only act out the physicality of this character—with his hunchback and limp, but presents a hypnotic performance, depicting the character’s contorted psychology as he nears the throne. Eidinger elevates the work into a dramatic, psychological thriller. This Richard III, who manipulates his rivals against each other with political cunning, jumps out of history and script, roams around alive, breathes viciousness into the audience as if to justify and persuade his villainy. With actors moving around dynamically on stage and in the auditorium, with powerful drum beats played alive, the tension and concentration continue to rise among the audiences, as if they themselves have become entangled in this political strife. For anyone who wishes to experience the raw and explosive energy of Ostermeier, this drama filled with fascinating madness is a show not to be missed.


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