Due to the high demand for this event, we are delighted to offer a limited number of tickets for a special preview performance. Join us for this dress rehearsal of 'SHADOW. Eurydice says' and experience the final run-through of this show, ahead of the public performance.
Join us for the preview of this unique live theatre performance of 'SHADOW. Eurydice says', a stage adaption of Elfriede Jelinek's critically acclaimed work. The play is produced by renowned Austrian director and Nestroy Theatre Prize winner Sabine Mitterecker and performed by the celebrated actress Alexandra Sommerfeld. Expect an outstanding theatre piece full of humour and ambiguity, composed in highly musical language.
This evening was developed for the ACF London to celebrate Elfriede Jelinek's 75th birthday in 2021.
A THEATER.punkt production
with Alexandra Sommerfeld
directed by Sabine Mitterecker
sound design by Wolfgang Musil
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Please note: The tickets are valid for the preview only, taking place on Wednesday, 12 October. A preview is a form of professional dress rehearsal and presents the full run-through of the show, ahead of the public performance.
Sabine Mitterecker, born in Austria, holds a Master's degree in philosophy and has been a director since the early 90ies. She later founded www.theaterpunkt.com and was the (co-)producer for many productions in Vienna and abroad. (including Berlin, France, Luxembourg, Gdansk, Sarajevo, Tirana and Switzerland). She received the Theatre Award NESTROY-PRIZE in 2000, 2002 and 2010.
Alexandra Sommerfeld, born in Austria, is a theatre and film actress. After finishing her studies at the renowned Viennese drama school “Max Reinhardt Seminar”, Sommerfeld has been continuously active in various theatre and dance productions (Schauspielhaus Wien, Volkstheater, Theater in der Josefstadt, theaterPunkt, theatercombinat, Kosmos Theater...) and had numerous appearances in film and television. For many years she has been collaborating with acclaimed directors, composers and choreographers, such as Claudia Bosse, Günther Rabl, Yosi Wanunu, or Sabine Mitterecker.
Wolfgang Musil, born in Austria, is an associate lecturer at the Institute for Composition and Electroacoustics at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna since 1985. He worked on numerous tape compositions, performances, sound installations, theatre music, literary settings, and radio plays. He has closely cooperated with THEATER.punkt and has been the sound director for Sabine Mitterecker's productions for many years.