INTERNATIONALES THEATERINSTITUT / MIME CENTRUM BERLIN

MEDIATHEK

FÜR TANZ

UND THEATER

MCB-TV-8151

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

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Beschreibung

William Shakespeare: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (»Ein Sommernachtstraum«) When we say “Midsummer Night’s Dream”, we usually imagine a costume fairy-tale or hear Mendelssohn’s music at the Wedding Palace. In this performance we are trying to convey the phantasmagoric character of the play on stage. The audience will see a performance produced with minimal means. A board that makes up for both the set design and sumptuous costumes in the performance is a kind of oar leading to the spectator’s imagination. I find it important that as soon as the actors appear on stage, the spectators should not form any preconceived opinions, but just give vent to their imagination. The board behind which an actor is standing is not a shield, but a mirror reflecting the spectators’ stream of imagination. This performance is a continuous paradox reduced to a perimeter of four surfaces. (Oskaras Korsunovas) Set designer: Oskaras Koršunovas Costume designer: Oskaras Koršunovas CHOREOGRAPHER: Oskaras Koršunovas ASSISTANT DESIGNER: Marta Vosyliutė ARCHITECT OF SOUND CONSTRUCTIONS: Gintaras Sodeika ASSISTANT CHOREOGRAPHER AND THE COACH OF MOVEMENT: Vesta Grabštaitė Cast: BOTTOM - Andrius Paulavicius, Algirdas Gradauskas DEMETRIUS - Rytis Saladzius EGEUS, FLUTE, MUSTARDSEED - Nerijus Gadliauskas FAIRY I - Rasa Kulyte FAIRY II, PEASEBLOSSOM - Asta Jastremskaite HELENA - Rasa Marazaite, Rasa Samuolyte HERMIA - Airida Gintautaite HIPPOLYTA, TITANIJA I - Alina Zujyte LYSANDER - Darius Gumauskas PHILOSTRATE, QUINCE - Gintautas Ryliskis PUCK - Kristina Jakubauskaite SNOUT - Sonata Visockaitė SNUG, TITANIA 2 - Egle Valyte STARVELING - Zivile Sliuzaite - Simkiene THESEUS, OBERON - Mindaugas Lungis TITANIA III - Karina Metrikyte Premiere: 1999 October 17 [msb]

http://www.okt.lt/en/plays/a-midsummer-nights-dream-2/
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Choreographie
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Kostüm
Standorte
MCB
Sprache
lit
Orte
Stadt
Vilnius
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142 min