Jedermann (Hugo von Hofmannsthal) digitized in facsimile quality

Jedermann_facsimile_transcribition

100th anniversary of the Salzburg Festival:

On 22 August 1920 Hugo von Hofmannsthal's Jedermann was performed for the first time in Salzburg Cathedral Square under the direction of Max Reinhardt.

It was the birth of the Salzburg Festival.


TREVENTUS digitized the Jedermann in facsimile quality for the production of the facsimile, transcribed and annotated two-volume edition.

 

The Jedermann director's book, which is now available in a facsimile, transcribed and annotated two-volume edition, is particularly revealing because Reinhardt used it not only for one, but between 1911 and 1927 for at least three productions of the play (1911 in Berlin, 1920 in Salzburg and 1927 in New York) - and therefore variations and developments in his directorial concept can be traced over the years.

 

Facsimile:

The transcribed and commented Everyman director's book by Max Reinhardt is available in two volumes. 
Together with the Salzburg Festival, the two-volume edition is presented in a slipcase in Salzburg on 31 July.

  • Max Reinhardt, director's book for Hugo von Hofmannsthal's Jedermann | Facsimile
    Published by the Salzburg Festival Fund. Assigned by Don Juan Archiv Vienna and Hans Ernst Weidinger
  • Max Reinhardt, director's book for Hugo von Hofmannsthal's Jedermann | Edition & Comments
    Edited by Harald Gschwandtner, Evelyn Annuß, Edda Fuhrich and Norbert Christian Wolf for the Salzburg Festival Fund
    (ISBN 978-3-99012-622-6)

 

in cooperation with Don Juan Archiv Wien

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