Homage to Else Lasker-Schüler

Part of the ‘HaTeiva Marathon Festival’
A cooperation between the 21st century ensemble and Musiktheater Wien.
"Elsa - my blue piano - scene" a staged evening.
Else Lasker-Schüler (February 11, 1869 - January 22, 1945) was a Jewish German poet and playwright famous for her bohemian lifestyle in Berlin. She was one of the few women affiliated with the Expressionist movement. Lasker-Schüler fled Nazi Germany and lived out the rest of her life in Jerusalem.
The evening is dedicated to her life and art.
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Conducted by:

 

Yuval Zorn

Directed by:

 

Bruno Berger - Gorski

Einat Aronstein – sopran (Elsa 1)

Ethel Merhaut- sopran (Elsa 2)

Adi Etzion Zach - actress (Older Elsa)

Carmit Levite - narrator

 

Israel Contemporary Players

In cooperation with Musiktheater Wien

Thanks to Austrian Culturforum Tel Aviv, German Embassy Tel Aviv, Zukunftsfond Wien,

(Nationalfonds Wien, Bundeskanzleramt Wien)

 

Date:

May 31, 20:00

Location:

HaTeiva Hall

Duration:

approx. 90 minutes.