Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina oder Arme Leute

Two stories about love under the pressure of circumstances: In Anna Karenina, Lev Tolstoy dedicates himself to the tectonic shifts tirelessly working away under the sugary surface of riches at the end of the 1870s. Anna’s story is also that of today’s Western Europe, a society that suspects that something is going to change but doesn’t know what the new situation will look like. Dostoyevsky's novel Poor Folk, in contrast, is »just« a collection of letters – the leftovers of the relationship between Makar and Varvara, a couple without a future. Love, according to Dostoyevsky's bitter realisation, is something they cannot afford. Oliver Frljić is celebrating the re-opening of the Gorki’s mainstage with a twin-track evening that brings these two great novelists together.

Current date
Fri
19:30
Stage


With English surtitles


With English surtitles

Sat
19:30
Stage


Voraufführung


Voraufführung

Sun
18:00
Stage

Premiere


Anschließend Premierenfeier

With English surtitles

Remaining tickets may be available at the box office. Box office

Premiere


Anschließend Premierenfeier

With English surtitles

Fri
19:30
Stage


With English surtitles


With English surtitles

Sun
18:00
Stage


With English surtitles


With English surtitles

Team

Stage design

Costumes

Live music

Dramaturgy

Cast

Emre Aksızoğlu

Jonas Dassler

Lea Draeger

Anastasia Gubareva

Abak Safaei-Rad

TANER ŞAHİNTÜRK

Falilou Seck

Till Wonka

Mehmet Yılmaz