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The Jewish Woman of Toledo

Franz Grillparzer

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Theatre Salzburg – Live of the Salzburg Festival 1990 Historic fiasco in five acts Thomas... more
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Theatre Salzburg – Live of the Salzburg Festival 1990
Historic fiasco in five acts

Thomas Langhoff: production / television direction
Jürgen Rose: stage / costumes
Franz Peter David: light
Tassilo Jelde: music
Michael Eberth: production dramaturgy

Ulrich Mühe: Alphons VIII.
Sibylle Canonica: Eleonore
Charles Brauer: Manrike
Uwe Bohm: Don Garceran
Rolf Ludwig: Isaak
Anne Bennent: Esther
Susanne Lothar: Rahel
Joseph Rothmann: Solicitant
Joost Siedhoff: Solicitant
Heinz Rilling: Solicitant
Matthias Hochradl: Solicitant
Stefan Hufschmidt: Ramiro
Oscar Ortega Sánchez: Alonso
Marion Mitterhammer: Dona Klara
Katharina Mai: Lady Companion of the Queen
Marlies Reinhold: Lady Companion of the Queen
Matthias Hell: Privy Council
Helmuth Hammerer: Privy Council
Alexander Löffler: Servant
Jurek Milewski: Servant
Nikodem Milewski: The prince

In the same moment in which Kastilien gets threatened by adversarial Moors, the king Alfons falls in love with a young Jewish woman named Rahel, who enchants him totally, whose passion overwhelms him completely and over whom he loses touch with his royal duties. Queen Elenore and the royal leuds take over the state affaires and decide the assassination of the girl, as they see a great threat for the state in her. After the homicide Rahels, the king finally starts fighting against his enemies and takes up his royal duties again.

Screen language: German
Language: German
Length: 132 minutes