by Alexander Mitta, Juli Dunski, Valeri Frid based on the film of the same name by Alexander Mitta German by Susanne Rödel
"I will push open the door for you, to a new, wonderful world!
After being postponed due to the pandemic, the stage version of Alexander Mitta's cult film Leuchte, mein Stern, leuchte (Shine, my star, shine
1969 finally celebrates
premiere in the Großes Haus
The tragicomedy tells the story of a young Don Quixote who, in the midst of the political turmoil in the years following the October Revolution, travels the country with his traveling theater and texts by Shakespeare. Iskremas is an actor, director and convinced revolutionary - and decides to found a completely new, revolutionary theater in the middle of the province. He admires the mute painter Fedya for his ability to create beauty out of the destroyed and argues with the film projectionist Paschka about opportunism, trash and entertainment kitsch.
wants to turn the girl Krysia, who initially joins him without being asked, into an actress - and "stage a Joan of Arc out of her. "
The Legend of Iskremas
the name of a stage version of the classic film written by Alexander Mitta and his co-authors themselves
House director Martin Nimz (Von Mäusen und Menschen, Bunbury, Endstation Sehnsucht, Faust, Vor dem Fest, Kunst, LebendesGalilei) stages the story of a passionate idealist who lives the dream, which outlasts all crises and catastrophes, of changing people and society with the power of art.
Director: Martin Nimz
Stage: Joachim Hamster Damm
Sound design: Joseph Homp
Video: Thorsten Hallscheidt
Costumes: Janna Skroblin
Choreography: Oktay Önder
Dramaturgy: Nina Steinhilber
With: Jonas Steglich, Frank Wiegard, Marko Dyrlich, Wassilissa List, Flavius Hölzemann, Christoph Götz, Till Timmermann, Laura Fouquet, Joachim Hamster Damm, Jennifer Sabel, Paula Koball