Liliom: A Legend in Seven Scenes archiveLiliom is Hungarian playwright Molnar Ferenc's troubling expressionistic masterpiece about two broken souls who find each other. Liliom is a carousel barker and Julie is a young serving girl. It is set in Budapest in the early 1900's and explores themes of being an outlander, domestic abuse and the value of one human life. Our production seeks to answer the question, "what kind of world creates these two broken people?"


Author: Ferenc Molnar
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Archive listings for Liliom: A Legend in Seven Scenes

Work type: Play.


The venue will be transformed into a semi-immersive fairground, which becomes our backdrop to tell the story. Liliom is best known as the source story for the musical "Carousel."Adapted by Mark Jackson. Translation Benjamin F. Glazer. Company Torchlight Collective. Director Mark Modzelewski. Stage ManagerDavid Gaseretti (also assistant director). Design Gabriela Tsonkova. Costume Gabriela Tsonkova. Lighting Alex Walker. DramaturgAdam Burak. Performer Blain Neale (Liliom). Performer Daniela Ologeau (Julie/Louise). Performer Samantha Kamras (Marie). Performer Regina Russell (Mrs Muskat/Rich Man). Performer Alariza Nevarez (Mrs Hollunder/The Magistrate). Performer Harold Addo (Ficsur/Poor Man). Performer Laurence Bourne (Linzman/The Guard).
25 Aug 15 to 29 Aug 15Bread and Roses, Inner London :: V1142
listing details L01203137292

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