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Frankenstein © Theater Basel
Jan Dvořák
Jan Dvořák © Julia Kneuse

Kampnagel K6
Wed, 23 May 2018   19:00

Musical Theatre: Frankenstein

Hamburg International Music Festival

Tickets from €25.00

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In his hubris, Frankenstein, an ambitious young scientist, creates an artificial human being who mutates into a murderous monster and drives both of them to their deaths. Mary Shelley wrote this story in 1818 when she was only 19 years old. It is now firmly established as a classic of its genre, incorporating a vision of the future, a horror story, ethical reflection and a political statement at the same time. To mark the novel’s 200-year anniversary, the Hamburg-based composer Jan Dvořák and the film and opera director Philipp Stölzl from Berlin (»Der Medicus«, »Winnetou«) retell it as a gothic opera featuring nature sounds, shock effects and dark neo-romanticism.

In German with German and English surtitles.



Viktor Rud baritone

Sascha Emanuel Kramer tenor

Alin Anca bass baritone

conductor Johannes Harneit

Philipp Stölzl Inszenierung

Philipp M. Krenn co-director


Jan Dvořák

Promoter: Hamburgische Staatsoper GmbH

As part of the Hamburg International Music Festival. In cooperation with Kampnagel.

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Germany's largest independent performance venue. Since 1984 this multifunctional stage complex has made the former crane factory its home: six stages, a cinema, nine rehearsal rooms and a restaurant.

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    22303 Hamburg

    Bus 172, 173: Jarrestraße (Kampnagel)

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