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In a Spirited, Raw Staging, Kleist’s Comedy Gets Dirty

In a Spirited, Raw Staging, Kleist’s Comedy Gets Dirty

Recently, Michael Maertens has essayed so many leading roles at the Burg/Akademietheater that you’d think they would replace the hinged stage door with a revolving one.  But as Judge Adam in Heinrich Kleist’s Der Zerbrochne Krug, currently at the Akademietheater, he literally outdoes himself – seeming to forget his lines just as his character is […]

Osage County, Austro-Hungarian Style

European dramaturges nowadays may have as much of a nose for prizes as the arts sections of U.S. newspapers. Tracy Letts’ play August: Osage County – winner of the Pulitzer and five main Tonys in 2008 – was sniffed first by Budapest’s Vígszínház in March 2009 (still in repertoire) but then skipped like a stone […]

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