In the 1930s, The Dybbuk was performed by two of the best known Jewish theatre companies, the Vilna Troupe (Vilner Trupe) and Habima. A film based on The Dybbuk was made in Poland in 1937.
Eventually, in the present day, the Sala-Manca Collective (Israel) mounted a sound production combining music and actors’ voices with images from the film to create an extraordinary experience. This silent film will be accompanied by music and sounds performed by the Kaunas Symphony Orchestra and a group of Israeli actors who will rekindle the mystical mood of the stage production based on ghost stories.
Film director Michal Waszynski
The performance features Bedřich Smetana’s “Die Moldau”
Conductor – Ido Shpitalnik (Israel)
Translation into Lithuanian by Markas Zingeris
Performers – Lea Mauas, Diego Rotman, Ayelen Rotman Mauas, Adi Kaplan, Shachar Carmel (Israel)
Kaunas city Symphony Orchestra (principal conductor Constantine Orbelian, director Algimantas Treikauskas)
This performance is highly recommended for all lovers of mysteries and secrets!
Venues of the concert:
14 October, 2022 – Cinema „Romuva“, Laisvės al. 54
15 October, 2022 – Raudondvaris Manor Art Incubator (Raudondvario menų inkubatorius), Pilies tak. 1, Raudondvaris
IMPORTANT. Paid event. You can buy your tickets here.
Organizers: Kaunas 2022
Kauno kino centras „Romuva“, Raudondvario menų inkubatorius
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