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Performance of "Maria Stuart" at the Landesbühnen Sachsen

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On 13 January 2024, the tragedy "Maria Stuart" by Friedrich Schiller will celebrate its premiere at the Landesbühnen Sachsen in a production by Manuel Schöbel. Until 5 March 2024, it will be performed in a total of nine performances at various theatres in Saxony

For 20 years, the Scottish Queen Mary Stuart has been in English captivity. Unjustly, she is certain. The accusations that she had killed her husband and prepared an assassination attempt on Queen Elizabeth were in reality just a pretext to protect the throne from her. Opposite her is Queen Elizabeth of England. She is torn between the will of the people, her personal interests and fear for her throne.
Schiller portrays the two women as opposing characters in his tragedy, which premiered in 1800. But despite their different mindsets, it is power that they both strive for. A web of calculation, corruptibility and intrigue unfolds, in which different interests intertwine. In the end, only one can come out on top.

The classic drama will be performed at various locations. These include the main stage of the Landesbühnen Sachsen in Radebeul, the Lausitzhalle Hoyerswerda, the Theater Meißen and the Kulturzentrum Großenhain.

Overview of the events:
  • Sa, 13.01.2024, 19:00 at the Landesbühnen Sachsen - Hauptbühne
  • Su, 21.01.2024, 19:00 at the Landesbühnen Sachsen - Hauptbühne
  • Mi, 24.01.2024, 19:30 at the Lausitzhalle Hoyerswerda
  • Su, 28.01.2024, 15:00 at the Landesbühnen Sachsen - Hauptbühne
  • Fri, 02.02.2024, 18:00 at the Landesbühnen Sachsen - Hauptbühne
  • Sat, 03.02.2024, 19:30 at the theatre Meißen
  • Fri, 09.02.2024, 20:00 at the Landesbühnen Sachsen - Hauptbühne
  • Sa, 02.03.2024, 19:30 at the Landesbühnen Sachsen - Hauptbühne
  • Thu, 05.03.2024, 10:30 at the Kulturzentrum Großenhain

 

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Landesbühnen Sachsen
Meißner Str. 152
01445 Radebeul
Deutschland

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