Faust (1806, 1831) written by the German authour Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and produced in Germany with Aleksandër Moisiu (1879 - 1935) acting Faust around 1910
"In Berlin, Moissi was acclaimed for his 1906 performance of Oswald in Ibsen's Ghosts and in the premiere of Wedekind's Spring Awakening. His interpretations in the leading roles of Hamlet, Œdipus, Faust, and many others, were celebrated at the time, as were his voice and emotional range."
"Feeling mortal weariness broke with him in that time in the scenic way - in the role of Faust. Very young, he was exhausted passions Faust "The role of Faust, the scientist he performs well - wrote critic Jacobson. - His eyes are burning from the sleepless nights, this man fidget easily imagine a German medieval alchemists, though of Italian origin. But Faust-lover as if he was not interested. His Faust is like away from all otvlekshis and thinking. "