Queen Lear
Queen Lear © Ute Langkafel MAIFOTO
Queen Lear © Ute Langkafel MAIFOTO
Queen Lear © Ute Langkafel MAIFOTO
Queen Lear © Ute Langkafel MAIFOTO
Queen Lear © Ute Langkafel MAIFOTO
Queen Lear © Ute Langkafel MAIFOTO
Queen Lear © Ute Langkafel MAIFOTO
Queen Lear © Ute Langkafel MAIFOTO
Queen Lear © Ute Langkafel MAIFOTO
Queen Lear © Ute Langkafel MAIFOTO
Queen Lear © Ute Langkafel MAIFOTO
Queen Lear

Queen Lear

»When people who felt connected for a long time suddenly begin to speak in very different languages, the day of judgement is near. Or they are simply all crazy.« The end of an era – the queen is abdicating. She calls her three children in to divide their inheritance, which she ties to public declarations of love. When her favourite child Cordelia refuses to grant her this hollow gesture of submission, Lear casts her out and thus becomes an outcast herself. The self-destruction of a structure believed to be stable is absolute. So vast, so well-known and so eerily contemporary, this old story. Director Christian Weise unfurls with his ensemble a cryptic, poetic and mocking play about the end.

Interview with Corinna Harfouch

Interview with Christian Weise

Photo: Esra Rotthoff
Stage photos: Ute Langkafel


Premiere on 20/February 2022

In an adaptation by
Soeren Voima
Directed by
Christian Weise
Tue
19:30
Stage

Mit Pause
 

With English surtitles


WIEDERAUFNAHME


Mit Pause
 

With English surtitles


WIEDERAUFNAHME

Wed
19:30
Stage

mit Pause


With English surtitles


mit Pause


With English surtitles

Sun
19:30
Stage

With English surtitles

mit Pause


With English surtitles

mit Pause

Team

Stage design

Costumes

Collaboration costumes

Music

Stage lighting

Fight Choreography

Camera concept

Live Camera

Cast

Emre Aksızoğlu

Mazen Aljubbeh

Yanina Cerón

Tim Freudensprung

Corinna Harfouch

Svenja Liesau

Oscar Olivo

Lindy Larsson

Catherine Stoyan

Aram Tafreshian