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Drei Schwestern

Susanne Kennedy & Helena Eckert

January 29 and 30
Drei Schwestern

from the play by Anton Chekhov

created and directed by Susanne Kennedy / dramaturgy Helena Eckert

cast Marie Groothof, Walter Hess, Eva Löbau, Christian Löber, Benjamin Radjaipour and Anna Maria Sturm

with Manuela Clarin, Kristin Elsen and Sibylle Sailer

artistic collaborators Rodrik Biersteker and Richard Janssen

setting Lena Newton / costumes Teresa Vergho / sound Richard Janssen / lighting Rainer Casper / vídeo Rodrik Biersteker

and the teas of the Teatre Lliure

produced by Münchner Kammerspiele

show premiered on 04/27/2019 at the Kammer 1 in Müchner Kammerspiele

performance rights S. Fischer Verlag, Frankfurt am Main and Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt am Main

supported by


Susanne Kennedy versioned Three Sisters by Chekhov under the premise of eternal return. Do we want to control our future or free ourselves from repetition?

In collaboration with the Festival SÂLMON, sensitive to the new scenic dramaturgies, on Thursday 30 January at 21.30h (after the performance) we will hold an encounter between Helena Eckert (dramaturg of Drei Schwestern), El Conde de Torrefiel and Álex Peña, mediated by Albert Boronat (dramaturg) under the title La dramatúrgia contemporània a Europa, complicitats entre dramaturgs i dramaturgistes en la construcció de l’escena actual. At the Foyer!

Wednesday and Thursday 20:00

CAUTION the show contents lighting effects that could be damaging for epileptic people

tickets 9€ using the free card Generació Lliure!!

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1h. 30' no interval
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The Dutch director Susanne Kennedy brings performative installations based on theatrical texts to the stage. She has worked with authors including Henrik Ibsen, Enda Walsh, Sarah Kane and R.W. Fassbinder, among others. In 2013, she was selected as Young Director of the Year by Theater Heute magazine, and she received a New Theatrical Realities Europe Prize in 2017. She has been a permanent associate director at the Volksbühne in Berlin since the 17/18 season. Her most recent works include Die Selbstmord-Schwestern/The Virgin Suicides, based on the novel by Jeffrey Eugenides.