Theater & Opera

Death of a Banker

Opera by Fabian Scheidler (concept and libretto) and Andreas Kersting (music)
 
Premiered at the
Gerhart Hauptmann Theater Görlitz (Germany), April 4, 2013
 

(In German language)

Musical director: Ulrich Kern
Director: Klaus Arauner
Stage deisgn and costumes: Britta Bremer
Choreography: Dan Pelleg , Marko E. Weigert

Dance Company of the  GHT Görlitz-Zittau
Choir of the GHT Görlitz-Zittau
Orchestra: Neue Lausitzer Philharmonie

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Another Story

A play for musical theater
by Fabian Scheidler
 
Palestine in the years 6 to 70 CE: a swath of land where a colonial power is mounting enormous construction projects on the scorched earth of its conquests – stadiums, damns and entire cities; where different religions, cultures and visions of the world clash and are drawn into the struggles for power; a land that is heading for a catastrophe – and about to create a new religion: Christianity.
 

 

 
 

The play retells the gospels from a new perspective, based on extensive historical research. The socio-economic, political and metaphysical conflicts under the imperial occupation are revealed through both fictitious and historical characters.

„Marvelous. A beautiful creation!“John Dominic Crossan, auhor of “Jesus: A Revolutionary Biography” and “Who Killed Jesus?”

The script can be ordered in German and English.

Prima Klima

Theatre play for children and young people
by Fabian Scheidler
 
Premiered at the GRIPS Theater Berlin, November 22, 2007
 

Selected as an official contribution to the United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development

Director: Thomas Ahrens
Stage design: Dirk Immich
Costumes: Christine Köpf
Music: Daniel Zenke / Michael Brandt
Dramaturgy: Regine Bruckmann, Dietrich Lehmann

The Albatros​

A play for musical theater
by Fabian Scheidler
 
Premiered at the Monsun Theater Hamburg, Mai 17, 2001
 
(In German language)
 
Based on “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner“ by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
 
Script and direction: Fabian Scheidler
Music: Henry Fredhoff
Stage design: Pia Hausmann
Costumes: Jo van Norden

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