It is the centerpiece of the Salzburg Festival and an incontrovertible institution: For it's 100th anniversary, the Salzburg Festival offered an opulent interpretation of Jedermann (Everyman) by Hofmannsthal. "Tobias Moretti plays with great commitment, Caroline Peters gives a brilliant performance" (Salzburger Nachrichten). On 22 August 1920, the first Salzburg Festival opened with Jedermann in a production by Festival founder Max Reinhardt against the breathtaking backdrop of the baroque Salzburg Cathedral. Since then, no other piece has more closely been connected with the 100-year history of the Festival than this play about the transience of the world, fame and money.
It is the centerpiece of the Salzburg Festival and an incontrovertible institution: For it's 100th anniversary, the Salzburg Festival offered an opulent interpretation of Jedermann (Everyman) by Hofmannsthal. "Tobias Moretti plays with great commitment, Caroline Peters gives a brilliant performance" (Salzburger Nachrichten). On 22 August 1920, the first Salzburg Festival opened with Jedermann in a production by Festival founder Max Reinhardt against the breathtaking backdrop of the baroque Salzburg Cathedral. Since then, no other piece has more closely been connected with the 100-year history of the Festival than this play about the transience of the world, fame and money.
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Jedermann
Artist: Hofmannsthal / Moretti / Bloeb
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It is the centerpiece of the Salzburg Festival and an incontrovertible institution: For it's 100th anniversary, the Salzburg Festival offered an opulent interpretation of Jedermann (Everyman) by Hofmannsthal. "Tobias Moretti plays with great commitment, Caroline Peters gives a brilliant performance" (Salzburger Nachrichten). On 22 August 1920, the first Salzburg Festival opened with Jedermann in a production by Festival founder Max Reinhardt against the breathtaking backdrop of the baroque Salzburg Cathedral. Since then, no other piece has more closely been connected with the 100-year history of the Festival than this play about the transience of the world, fame and money.

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