Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Salome (1894) written by Oscar Wilde and performed in Germany at the Neues Theater in Berlin in 1903 under the direction of Max Reinhardt

A scene from Salome (first published in 1894) written by the British playwright Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) and performed in Germany at the Neues Theater in Berlin in 1903 under the direction of Max Reinhardt






































"Black Moon Theatre Company presents a revival of Oscar Wilde’s erotic and decadent 1891 classic SALOME. Directed by Rene Migliaccio, SALOME runs July 8 – 23, Tuesday – Friday at 9pm and Saturday at 3pm & 9pm. Running time is 90 minutes.
Oscar Wilde wrote Salome in French, in 1891, and the play premiered in Paris, in 1896. The play was first publicly performed in Germany at the Neues Theater in Berlin in 1903, under the direction of Max Reinhardt. Upon seeing the production Richard Strauss premiered his opera of the same name at the Royal Opera House in Dresden in 1905."
 

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