Big and Little has 10 ratings and 1 review. Liza said: A very bizarre mad story with a strong female lead. I loved Lotte’s journey, she was a beautiful n. Botho Strauss’s ”Big and Little/ Scenes,” presented in an uncut three- hour version at the C.S.C., is a nonlinear but consequential tour of. Gross und klein (Big and small) by Botho Strauss, English text by Martin Crimp: Sydney Theatre Co. Also Titled. Sydney Theatre Company plays
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Enis added it May 17, It does, however, offer that rarest of things in modern drama: Then set up a personal list of libraries from your profile page by clicking on your user atrauss at the top right of any screen.
znd Lotte is on stage nearly every minute of the more than two hour-long play and her mercurial emotions provide an extraordinary canvas on which to work. Dedebe is currently reading it Dec 13, At times, the piece slips into a mechanical whimsy. Vinicolette marked it as to-read Bottho 19, Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Johannes Schutz, no less than a Professor of Stage Design, put it together. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here During his studies, he worked as an extra at the Munich Kammerspiele.
Big and Small – review
But it is well-nigh impossible to tear one’s eyes from Cate Blanchett, right from the opener, as she sits, smoking, on stage, gazing at us, soliloquising at us. And it is good to see the play restored to life by a strong Australian company in which Anita Hegh, Belinda McClory and Chris Ryan all make their mark.
Articles containing German-language text. But did the play sparkle as much as her performance?
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At the very end, even her slouching exhaustion by life has an energy to it. Hardcoverpages. Strauss is unable to shift the narrative beyond his one overarching theme — alienation — and each scene sees Lotte, a rather Candide-like innocent abroad, being rejected in some or other surreal way. Michael rated it it was amazing Aug 07, Sstrauss the other hand it is true to say that Strauss does attempt to reflect the process which gave rise to the discontinuity in his dramatic inventions.
Big and Small (Gross und Klein) – review
Adding to the intrigue was the extraordinary set. This page was last edited on 24 Juneat Strauss was the subject of an essay in A Radical Stage: Fine, much of it is admittedly mad absurdist German 70s playwright soliloquising — yet she delivers it with such confidence and humour, her breaths swooping and dying but every single pointed, angry or delighted line being nailed just-so, that from here on in you actually forgive much of the play and simply marvel at being in the presence of a bona fide stage star.
Want to Read saving…. Smaragd7 rated it really liked it Jan 28, Separate different tags with a comma. Louisa Notho rated it really liked it Jun 09, She is, always, emotionally far too open, too honest, too direct, too funny, too desperate.
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Comments and reviews What are comments? Strauxs Kim rated it it was amazing Jul 29, What she conveys, from the opening Moroccan monologue, is Lotte’s desperate hunger for human contact: Victor Churchill is currently reading it Mar 30, Perhaps its nihilism speaks to our own times, with our economy in tatters and our sense that the West is a spent force. Skip to content Skip to search.
And if ever a play needed a virtuoso performance, this is it. Email required Address never made public. More from the web.