In his bitter, angry portrayal of life in the doomed Ancien Régime, Choderlos de Laclos describes, in 1782, the depravity of high society and provides us with a powerful study of sex as a tool in manipulative power games that touches the heart of every reader, even today.
Smoke and Mirrors
Named “Critic’s Choice” by the Los Angeles Times, Smoke and Mirrors is a heartfelt comedy-drama with mind-bending magic. Created by and starring actor Albie Selznick (“Castle”,“Grey’s Anatomy”, “Young and Restless”, “Dexter”, etc.) and Magician (Lifetime member of Hollywood’s Magic Castle), Smoke and Mirrors is a semi-autobiographical, fantastical, coming-of-age story about a boy who uses magic to escape reality and face the world after the death of his father.
A Happy End
Set in 1932-33, "A Happy End" is the story of Mark and Leah Erdmann, a Jewish couple living in Berlin with their son. Although the signs of danger increase as the Nazi Party takes power, the family ponders whether to seek an unknown future outside their beloved Germany or stay.
A Musical Theatre by Alain Platel. For years, the tension between the group and the individual has been the central theme in Platel’s performances. In C(H)OEURS, so far his biggest project, he examines – together with his dancers and the Teatro Real choir – how ‘dangerously beautiful’ a group can be.
A Swan Lake
Choreographer Alexander Ekman filled the Main Stage at the Oslo Opera House with 5,000 litres of water. In A Swan Lake, his new full-length work created for the Norwegian National Ballet, the dancers are joined on stage by actors, a soprano, musicians and 1,000 rubber ducks.
The small guy with his mustache, his bowler hat and his bamboo cane is world-famous. However, who is the man behind this figure? Mario Schröder wondered the same thing when choreographing “Chaplin”.
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