TILT / A QUEDA DO CÉU
THE BIG BAKERY ROBBERY
La philosophie dans le labyrinthe 2007/2006
WÄLT DER ZWISCHENFÄLLE 2005/2004
KRONEN ZEITUNGfrom Jan 24th, 2011
„Burg“-actor Martin Schwab submits an outstanding acting performance, trenchant, witty, eloquent and fits perfectly into Michael Scheidl´s prudent enactment.. every subtetly is placed optimally within these 90 minutes! Superb! Klangforum Wien conducted by Johannes Kalitzke fits Giorgio Battistelli´s music seamlessly into the action on stage. (stage design: Nora Scheidl).
Foto: Nurith Wagner-Strauss
DER STANDARD from Jan 25th, 2011
Martin Schwab puts on a furious Solo:Deep-sounding strings, brass, clarinet and bassoon create a threatening athmosphere, which generate bursting sound bubbles; frequently these sensuous sounds emerge waltz-fragments and real existing major- and minor-chords. Klangforum Wien conducted by Johannes Kalitzke awakens them accurately and juicy to sounding life, and Martin Schwab adds a 90-minutes furious acting-solo, before he finally embeds himself in daddy Lenin´s coffin.
DIE PRESSE from Jan 25th, 2011
… Martin Schwab there is a craftly actor on stage, who – directed by Michael Scheidl - gets out (at least) the most of this opus.
WIENER ZEITUNG from Jan 24th 2011
Mishins emotions, his thoughts and ideas and the shadows of the past are transformed into music: With highly expressive, partly pompous sounds Battistelli accompanies the spoken monolog, which – in fact – is a dialogue at the same time.