The Lost Ring / Der Verlorene Ring
3-5 September, 2015
Berlin, Deutsches Theater
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Lessing’s Ring Parable reflected by 5 directors and 10 actors from 6 countries The Ring Parable, as one central aspect of Gotthold Ephraim Lessing’s play “Nathan the Wise” poses the question which of the three monotheistic religions – Judaism, Christianity, Islam – is the right and real one.
Lessing’s Solomonic answer is up-to-date and leads to the following questions:In what do we believe? Do we believe in other people’s freedom? Has tolerance come to an end? How open and open-minded is our society? Five mixed teams, each composed of one director and two actors, create five mini dramas based on the Ring Parable – five theatric comments from different points of view.
A coproduction of the Deutsches Theater and mitos 21 in cooperation with: Katona
Jozsef Theatre – Budapest, Royal Danish Theatre – Copenhagen, Schauspiel Frankfurt, National Theatre – London, Dramaten/Royal Dramatic Theatre – Stockholm
Directors: András Dömötör, Alexander Eisenach, Yannis Kalavrianos, Elayce Ismail, Nielsen
Set design: Veronika Witlandt
Project manager: Christa Müller
With: Özlem Cosen, Julia Dufvenius, Yorgos Glastras, Moritz Grove, Janna Horstmann, Lehel Kovács, Christian Kuchenbuch, Katharina Schenk, Asad Schwarz-Msesilamba, George Siena, Soma Boronkay (dramaturg)
Performances: 3, 4, 5 September 2015 at the Deutsches Theater, Berlin