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Verantwortlicher Autor: Alexander Amann and Nadejda Komendantova Schubert Theater, 16.10.2023, 08:47 Uhr
Presse-Ressort von: Dr. Nadejda Komendantova Bericht 4889x gelesen

Schubert Theater [ENA] I have recently had the privilege of witnessing an extraordinary performance that I believe you absolutely should experience. It took place in the heart of Vienna, at a charming, hidden theater known as the Schubert Theater, nestled in the old house yard next to the Arne-Karlsson-Park in the 19th district. The performance I speak of goes by the intriguing name of "Tesla.369" and I assure you it's a magical experience

The magical experience which you won't want to miss. Let me start by introducing you to the performance's captivating slogan, which, in many ways, encapsulates the essence of the entire show: "Three, six, nine... change your energy, and your reality will change as well." This profound statement sets the stage for an evening of wonder, humor, and deep contemplation. The performance is a masterpiece, with two exceptionally talented actors, Soffi Povo and Markus Peter Gössler, taking the lead roles. But what makes this show truly extraordinary is that they don't just act; they masterfully operate two puppets simultaneously (five in total).

The heart of the narrative revolves around the lives and legacies of two iconic inventors, Nikola Tesla and Thomas A. Edison. Throughout the performance, these characters find themselves in some of the most unexpected and hilariously absurd situations. Picture Tesla and Edison participating in a surreal cooking show, engaging in couples therapy, or even facing off in a boxing ring. The brilliant fusion of humor and profound storytelling kept me engaged and entertained from start to finish.

But what truly sets "Tesla.369" apart is the incredible synergy between Markus Peter Gössler and the puppet portraying Nikola Tesla. It's as though they share a telepathic connection, balancing each other out in a way that's both mesmerizing and deeply moving. The dynamic between Gössler and his counterpart is a sight to behold, seamlessly transitioning from comedy to drama and back again.

Soffi Povo, who portrays Thomas A. Edison and a range of other characters, is an absolute revelation. Her versatility as an actress is showcased as she seamlessly transitions between roles, leaving you feeling like you're part of the story itself. Whether she's taking on the persona of a couples therapist or a cooking show host, her presence on stage is nothing short of magical.

As the narrative unfolds, it becomes abundantly clear that "Tesla.369" is more than just a play; it's a transformative experience. It challenges you to question the very nature of reality, encouraging you to consider how the energy we emit can shape our world. The show's title takes on a profound significance as the evening progresses, leaving you with a sense of wonder and reflection.

The Schubert Theater in the center of Vienna, where this remarkable performance unfolds, is a hidden gem of Viennese art. Tucked away in an old house yard, it's a charming and intimate setting that adds to the overall allure of the experience. The theater's location, right next to the Arne-Karlsson-Park, enhances the enchantment of the evening, making it a truly immersive experience.

I implore you not to miss the opportunity to witness "Tesla.369." It's a performance that transcends the boundaries of conventional theater and offers an evening of entertainment, enlightenment, and pure artistry. I firmly believe that it's an experience you won't soon forget, and it's an ideal way to spend an unforgettable evening in Vienna. In conclusion, I wholeheartedly recommend you make your way to the Schubert Theater and immerse yourself in the magical world of "Tesla.369." This is an opportunity to embrace the unknown, challenge your perception of reality, and revel in the brilliance of Viennese artistry!

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