DAS LEBEN DER INSEKTEN

“The Life of Insects“ by Victor Pelevin

Theater Osnabrück

Großes Haus, Season 2013/14

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Based on the novel „The Life of Insects“ by Victor Pelevin

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Adaptation Alexander Frank

Directed by Alexander Frank

Stage & Costume Design David Gonter

Choreography Günther Grollitsch

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Starring

Patrick Berg (Sam/Dima), Martin Schwartengräber (Mistkäfervater/Mitja), Oliver Meskendahl (Arthur/Major/Ant), Magdalena Helmig (Marina), Maria Goldmann (Natascha), Greta Kemper/Leander Kubillus (Children)

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SYNOPSIS

 A darkly humorous story set in a crumbling Black Sea resort, featuring a cast of characters who exist simultaneously as human beings (racketeers, mystics, drug addicts and prostitutes) and as insects.

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About the Author:

Victor Olegovich Pelevin is a Russian fiction writer. His books usually carry the outward conventions of the science fiction genre, but are used to construct involved, multi-layered postmodernist texts, fusing together elements of pop culture and esoteric philosophies. Some critics relate his prose to the New Sincerity and New Realism literary movements. 

(Wikipedia)

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Pictures ©  Marek Kruszewski (1-27) / Robert Schittko (28-37) / David Gonter (Poster Image & 38-43)

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