The Magic Flute: Komische Oper Berlin
About the Event
The Komische Oper Berlin presents the most frequently performed German opera in a highly‐inventive interpretation: Barrie Kosky's production of The Magic Flute in combination with the British theatre group “1927”.
The new Magic Flute at the Komische Oper has created an absolute thrill – and not just in Berlin! In Los Angeles, Minneapolis, and at the Deutsche Opera on the Rhine, this production has been greeted with euphoric enthusiasm by both audiences and the press. 'Barrie Kosky has transformed the Magic Flute into a stunning live‐action cartoon, so bewitching as to silence every criticism,' (Los Angeles Times).
The British theater group 1927 and Barrie Kosky have pulled off 'a deliciously absurd blend of silent film and animation,' (Berliner Morgenpost). 'You are amazed by the perfection, you laugh in appreciation of the virtuoso design behind each of these scenes… Breath‐taking!' (TAZ)
In German language, with German, English, French, and Turkish subtitles.
Cast / Production
Pamina - Penny Sofroniadou
Tamino — Caspar Singh
Königin der Nacht — Gloria Rehm
Sarastro / Sprecher — Alexander Köpeczi
Papageno — Hubert Zapiór
Papagena — Josefine Mindus
Monostatos — Ivan Turšić
Erste Dame — Mirka Wagner
Zweite Dame - N.N.
Dritte Dame - Deniz Uzun
Erster geharnischter Mann - Johannes Dunz
Zweiter geharnischter Mann — Carsten Sabrowski
Drei Knaben — Solisten des Tölzer Knabenchores
5.0 of 5
Ann B, Belgium
Wonderful and original performance!