- US 1925
- Stummfilm (englische ZT)
R: Allan Dwan, B: Forrest Halsey, D: Gloria Swanson, Lawrence Gray, Gertrude Astor, Oliver Sandys, Ford Sterling, 78’, English titles
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Gloria Swanson in a double role: she plays a spoiled theatre star and at the same time a young waitress in the provinces who desperately wants to become an actress. She even gets into a box fight to do it. In fact, Gloria Swanson could do it all: she embodied larger-than-life divas, ornery wives in romantic comedies, the klutz in turbulent slapstick films, always being flexible and spirited. This way she became Hollywood’s highest-paid film star of the 1920s. Stage Struck reveals all her comic and parodic skills: Kitsch and comedy, everyday life and the art world delightfully collide.
World premiere of Frido ter Beek’s new musical score performed by Maud Nelissen (piano), Daphne Balvers (soprano & alto saxophone) and Frido ter Beek (alto & baritone saxophone, percussion), an internationally renowned trio from the Netherlands. Frido ter Beek is a jazz saxophonist and percussionist who has been living in Buenos Aires since 2015. There he plays in various jazz bands and orchestras. Maude Nelissen, Daphne Balvers, and Frido ter Beek are members of “The Sprockets”.
Please note: The show on 17 September is already sold out. There will be a second show with the same line-up on Sunday, 19 September, 4 p.m.