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Interpretaion Of The Play Der Talisman From Johan Nepomuk Nestroy (Nicht Für Jeden Nütlich, Aber Ein Paar Interpretaionsideen

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Macht. Schönheit. Reichtum. Wie sind diese Tugenden zu bekommen ? Im Fall des Titus Feuerfuchs ist der Schlüssel zu all seinen Wünschen und Sehnsüchten seine Haarpracht. Was ihm zuerst durch seine feuerroten Haare verwehrt bleibt, wird ihm nun mit Hilfe einer Perücke ermöglicht.Zu Beginn des Stückes zeigt Regisseur Schottenberg nur einen dunklen Spalt der Welt der feinen Gesellschaft. Als sich die Bühne öffnet, beginnt unsere Reise mit Titus Feuerfuchs, gespielt von Toni Böhm, durch die verschiedenen Schichten der Gesellschaft. Jede Schicht wird verkörpert durch eine andere Frau. Den Anfang macht Salome(Maria Bill), welche, mit ihrem ...view middle of the document...

Einem Deus ex machina gleich kommt der einzige Verwandte Titus`, Spund (Alfred Rupprecht) und rüstet ihn im Nachhinein für die Welt der Reichen mit einem Sparbuch und einem Friseurgeschäft aus. Ein letztes Mal seinen Rotschopf durch einen Perücke verbergend, bringt Titus den Bierbrauer sogar dazu ihn als Universalerben einzusetzen. Nun ist er reich, und jede Gesellschaftsschicht, repräsentiert von den vier Frauen, will ihn bei sich haben. Feuerfuchs entscheidet sich für die Einzige, die ihn nicht in einen Anzug stecken und damit seinen Charakter vereinnahmen will, Salome. Und wieder sieht der Zuseher nur einen kleinen Ausschnitt der Bühne, doch diesmal weiß man, was dahinter ist.Man kann Hans Kudlich eigentlich nur gratulieren, denn sein Bühnenbild ist ein perfektes Abbild der "feinen" Gesellschaft. Das Haus wirkt bedrohlich und triste, es gleicht mehr einer Festung als einem normalen Haus. Die hohe Mauer vermittelt Unerreichbarkeit. Die gesellschaftlich benachteiligten wohnen in den unteren Etagen, wie Plutzerkern (Karl Ferdinand Kratzl) der Gärtnergehilfe. Je höher man in den Etagen emporsteigt, desto höher steigt man...

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