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For Worldwide:. For Spain Only:. Often reduced into a single play that could be played in one evening, the trilogy entered the German classical theatrical repertoire. Among its nationally acclaimed productions were:. Gert Voss Gert Voss was a German actor. He was known for his roles in Labyrinth of Lies , Sometime in August and Ritter, Voss, he was member of the ensemble of the Burgtheater , a Kammerschauspieler.
Voss took private drama lessons from to with Ellen Mahlke, followed by his first theater engagements. After his first engagements at the Stadttheater Konstanz , Staatstheater Braunschweig and at the Residenztheater in Munich , he was discovered by Hans Peter Doll , the director of the Heidelberg Theater. Under Doll, he next appeared at the State Theater in Stuttgart , where there was great discussion about the possible sympathies of director Claus Peymann for members of the Red Army Faction , he moved to the Schauspielhaus Bochum with Peymann and in with the role of Hermann in Die Hermannsschlacht by Heinrich von Kleist was engaged at the 20th Berliner Theatertreffen.
Over the next years, Voss collaborated with directors like George Tabori and Peter Zadek , he played paired with Ignaz Kirchner, both in classical drama and black comedies. From to Voss performed the Jedermann at the Salzburg Festival. Voss died in Vienna, Austria, on 13 July from leukemia , aged Voss was Bruno Ganz's original choice to succeed him as holder of the Iffland-Ring , which by tradition distinguishes "the most significant and most worthy actor of the German-speaking theatre". Vienna: Styria Premium.
ISBN His lay name was Johann Ulrich Megerle, he has been described as "a eccentric but popular Augustinian monk ". In Abraham a Sancta Clara joined the Catholic religious order of Discalced Augustinians , assumed the religious name by which he is known. In this order he rose step by step. Having early gained a great reputation for pulpit eloquence, he was appointed imperial court preacher at Vienna in ; the people flocked to hear him, attracted by the force and homeliness of his language, the grotesqueness of his humour, the impartial severity with which he lashed the follies of all classes of society and of the court in particular.
In general he spoke as a man of the people, the predominating quality of his style being an overflowing and coarse wit.
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There are, many passages in his sermons in which he rises to loftier thought and uses more dignified language. In his published writings he displayed many of the same qualities as in the pulpit. The most favorable specimen of his style is his didactic novel entitled Judas der Erzschelm.
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G von Karajan, Abraham a Sancta Clara. Erzschelm, he died in Vienna. Catholic Encyclopedia. Abraham a Santa Clara at the eLibrary Projekt. Burgtheater The Burgtheater known as K. Theater an der Burg until as the K. Hofburgtheater, is the Austrian National Theatre in Vienna , the most important German language theatre and one of the most important theatres in the world; the Burgtheater has become known as "die Burg" by the Viennese population.
Beginning in , the theatre was called the "K. Michael's Wing of the Hofburg Palace was erected at the vacated site. In , under Nazi rule, a notoriously extreme production of The Merchant of Venice was staged at the Burgtheater - with Werner Krauss as Shylock , one of several theatre and film roles by this actor pandering to antisemitic stereotypes.vialowrifilri.tk
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On 12 March the Burgtheater was destroyed in a bombing raid, one month on 12 April , it was further damaged by a fire of unknown origin. After the war, the theatre was restored between and ; the classic Burgtheater style and the Burgtheater-German language were trend-setting for German language theatres. The curator Joseph Keglevich declared the bankruptcy of the theatre in and the state under Joseph II took over the theatre again in Francis II decided on 4 July to let out the theatre to lease again, but it was not possible to find any tenant, therefore it was not permitted to the directors of the Burgtheater as state employees to bow to the audience, because their performance was not over, because there was no new tenant.
The benchmark for the directors became the finances of the house.
From the early s on, it became a venue for some of Europe's most important stage director and designers. Deserving artists may be designated honorable members, their names are engraved in marble at the bottom end of the ceremonial stairs at the side of the theatre facing the Volksgarten. Construction began in November and it opened on September 15, Both theatres are home to Washington, D. SHH will have multiple stage configurations making it adaptable to the needs of each performance while the Harman Center will make it possible to develop the existing STC's educational programs in order to reach more local students.
Performances and programs will be made more accessible with the availability of discounted tickets. C Theater in Washington D. In , his parents, who were devout Catholics, sent him to study at the Jesuits ' college in Ingolstadt , because they wanted to isolate him from the Lutheran nobles. In the same year, he inherited Inner Austria—Styria, Carinthia and smaller provinces—from his father. Ferdinand was installed as the actual ruler of the Inner Austrian provinces in and Rudolph II charged him with the command of the defense of Croatia and southeastern Hungary against the Ottoman Empire , he regarded the regulation of religious issues as a royal prerogative and introduced strict Counter-Reformation measures from First, he ordered the expulsion of all Protestant pastors and teachers he established special commissions to restore the Catholic parishes.
The Ottomans captured Nagykanizsa in Hungary in A year Ferdinand tried to recapture the fortress, but the action ended with a defeat due to the unprofessional command of his troops in November During the first stage of the family feud known as the Brothers' Quarrel, Ferdinand supported Rudolph II's brother, who wanted to convince the melancholic Emperor to abdicate , but Matthias' concessions to the Protestants in Hungary and Bohemia outraged him, he planned an alliance to strengthen the position of the Catholic Church in the Holy Roman Empire , but the Catholic princes established the Catholic League without his participation in Philip III of Spain , the childless Matthias' nephew, acknowledged Ferdinand's right to succeed Matthias in Bohemia and Hungary in exchange for territorial concessions in Spain supported Ferdinand against the Republic of Venice during the Uskok War in —18; the Diets of Bohemia and Hungary confirmed Ferdinand's position as Matthias' successor only after he had promised to respect the Estates' privileges in both realms.
The different interpretation of the Letter of Majesty , which summarized the Bohemian Protestants' liberties, gave rise to an uprising, known as the Second Defenestration of Prague on 23 May The Bohemian rebels established a provisional government, invaded Upper Austria and sought assistance from the Habsburgs' opponents.
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But Ferdinand's acts against Protestantism caused the war to engulf the whole empire; as a zealous Catholic, Ferdinand wanted to restore the Catholic Church as the only religion in the Empire and to wipe out any form of religious dissent. The war left the Holy Roman Empire devastated, its cities in ruins, its population took a century to recover. They were devout Catholics, but Charles II had to grant concessions to his Lutheran subjects in and to secure the predominantly Protestant nobles and burghers ' financial support for the establishment of a new defense system against the Ottoman Turks.
Ferdinand's education was managed by his mother, he matriculated at the Jesuits' school in Graz at the age of 8. His separate household was set up three years later, his parents wanted to separate him from the Lutheran Styrian nobles and sent him to Ingolstadt to continue his studies at the Jesuits ' college in Bavaria. His parents asked William V, Duke of Bavaria , to oversee his education. Maria and William V tried to secure the regency for her, but Rudolph II, the head of the Habsburg family, appointed his own brothers—first Ernest in , in , Maximilian III—to the post; the Estates of Inner Austria urged the Emperor to achieve Ferdinand's return from Bavaria, but Maria resisted and Ferdinand continued his studies at the Jesuits' university.
Ferdinand and his maternal cousin, Maximilian I , were the only future European rulers who studied at a university in the late 16th century, he attended the classes, although his delicate health forced him to stay in his chamber. His religiosity was reinforced during his studies: he did not miss the Masses on Sundays and feast days and made pilgrimages to the Bavarian shrines. Ferdinand completed his studies on 21 December , but Rudolph II allowed him to return to Graz only two months later.
Before leaving for his homeland, Ferdinand solemnly promised to support the university and the Jesuits. Washington, D. Founded after the American Revolution as the seat of government of the newly independent country, Washington was named after George Washington , first President of the United States and Founding Father ; as the seat of the United States federal government and several international organizations, Washington is an important world political capital. The city is one of the most visited cities in the world, with more than 20 million tourists annually; the signing of the Residence Act on July 16, , approved the creation of a capital district located along the Potomac River on the country's East Coast.
The U. Constitution provided for a federal district under the exclusive jurisdiction of the U.
Congress , the District is therefore not a part of any state; the states of Maryland and Virginia each donated land to form the federal district, which included the pre-existing settlements of Georgetown and Alexandria. The City of Washington was founded in to serve as the new national capital. In , Congress returned the land ceded by Virginia. Washington had an estimated population of , as of July , making it the 20th most populous city in the United States.