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Jossi Wieler

Jossi Wieler, born in 1951 in Kreuzlingen/Switzerland, theatre training in Israel. Since 1980, he has worked at various theatres in Germany and Switzerland. Since 1994, he has also directed operas in Stuttgart, Amsterdam and at the Salzburg Festival, among others. Wieler has been invited to the Theatertreffen festival several times, the first time 1985 with his Bonn production of Kleist’s “Amphitryon”, 1994 with “Wolken.Heim” (Hamburg Schauspielhaus) and this year with “Mittagswende” (Munich Kammerspiele). Since 1994 Wieler has also produced operas in Stuttgart, Basel, Hanover, San Francisco and at the Salzburg Festival. Since 2000 he has been a director at Staatsschauspiel Hanover, Schauspielhaus Zurich and the Munich Kammerspiele. Wieler is a member of the Academy of the Arts in Berlin and received the Konrad Wolf Prize in 2002. According to the jury his work is characterized by “thoughtfulness, delicacy and a very subtle humour.”

8 to 11 December 2005
Yotsuya Ghost Story
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