Don Carlos, a dramatic poem by Friedrich Schiller, describes the political events of the time of Philip II. The struggle of the Dutch provinces for freedom and the human intrigues and intrigues at court are strikingly timeless.
Sloboda, Freiheit, Freedom, Liberté, свобода appears to us in two forms: as freedom from something, in the sense of demanding the absence of coercion and oppression, or as freedom for something, in the sense of taking responsibility for an individual or social project.
This division makes the change for which almost all the characters in the play fight in their own way seem almost impossible - both personally and geopolitically. Is it possible to fight for the freedom of others when we ourselves live enslaved?
Jens Ole Schmieder
Directing: Dávid Paška
Stage: Leon Julius Seiler
Costumes: Maria Lena Poindl
Light: Lukas Kaltenbäck
Dramaturgy: Marie-Therese Handle-Pfeiffer
1. March 2023 (19:00)*
Thu 2.3. (19:00); Su 5.3. (15:00);Kasematten Wiener Neustadt
Fr 10.3. (19:00);
Fr 17.3. (19:00)*; Su 19.3. (15:00);
Thu 23.3. (19:00)*; Sa 25.3. (19:00);
Fr 31.3. (19:00); Su 2.4. (15:00)
2700 Wiener Neustadt