Scenic reading of "Casina" and "Eunuchus"
Antigone, Oedipus the King or the Oresteia: Greek tragedies still adorn theater schedules today! - And Roman comedies? Not a chance! See for yourself that these works are being done an injustice: some of these forgotten plays have such a wonderful sense of humor that they sometimes push shame to its limits and stimulate the intellect in the next moment. Shallow obscenities meet profound wisdom - entertaining, amusing and at times frighteningly timeless!
With "Casina" and "Eunuchus", two of these rarities of dramatic literature are brought back to life. The poets Plautus and Terence adorn the façade of the palace theater and are therefore a must for the 250th anniversary. Merten Schroedter will be setting up the staged reading - Eva Brunner, Silke Buchholz and Josip Culjak will also be on board.