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ALL THIS BAD BLOOD franz and marie are the unfortunate victims of circumstance. poverty of wealth, affection and time have driven him to the darkest depths of insanity, and her to destitution - and as hard as they may try, they’re not going to escape. (a mix based on my adaptation georg buchner’s woyzeck that will never be shown in a theatre).   [listen]
ain’t no rest for the wicked  // cage the elephant // medicine // daughter // another love // tom odell // esmerelda // ben howard  //  lolita// lana del rey // where is my mind? (bassnectar remix) // pixies // working class hero // john lennon // ever fallen in love (with someone you shouldn’t’ve fallen in love with) // the buzzcocks // sweet sour // band of skulls // bad blood // bastille // 

ALL THIS BAD BLOOD franz and marie are the unfortunate victims of circumstance. poverty of wealth, affection and time have driven him to the darkest depths of insanity, and her to destitution - and as hard as they may try, they’re not going to escape. (a mix based on my adaptation georg buchner’s woyzeck that will never be shown in a theatre).   [listen]

ain’t no rest for the wicked  // cage the elephant // medicine // daughter // another love // tom odell // esmerelda // ben howard  //  lolita// lana del rey // where is my mind? (bassnectar remix) // pixies // working class hero // john lennon // ever fallen in love (with someone you shouldn’t’ve fallen in love with) // the buzzcocks // sweet sour // band of skulls // bad blood // bastille // 

(Source: lesellieknope)

annemaaikebakker:

Heute abend um 19.30 Woyzeck im Theater am Goetheplatz!

coffeeandkaleidoscopes:

This picture is from the play I attended two days ago. I could probably write a 30 pages essay about it but I’ll keep it short: I have seldom seen such an intense and sentimental staging. And I loved it.You can see Woyzeck sitting in the back with the child in his arms while Marie and the Drum Major are dancing. It is the only picture I could find that shows the child and it is just one of the many amazing things the director and his crew came up with:before the real play even started, Marie and Woyzeck created the child together. It is made of Marie’s Cardigan, the head marked with one of W’s bootstraps, the arms are the arms and the legs are (also cardigan) overlaid by M’s gaiters. The way they are handling the child shows so much love it nearly made me cry before anything had even happened.What I liked most about it is the fact that we don’t see a totally weird, strange, frightening Woyzeck but a normal person. Deadpan humor and wit were as present as his oppressive mood and his fear.Rüping (director) didn’t make him a creature but human.And though I know there is a sense behind the spelling style and the authors have some intention to write as they do I still think that those ‘horrible’ characters such as Woyzeck, Medea and also Elisabeth from Maria Stuart are the ones to be pitied. Though W is a murderer, he is also a human being. And he kills his wife by painting her neck red, unemotional but tender.And when finally released his bootstraps from her cardigan my heart stopped for a tiny moment.Picture:http://www.frankfurt-tipp.de/ - Birgit Hupfeld

coffeeandkaleidoscopes:

This picture is from the play I attended two days ago. I could probably write a 30 pages essay about it but I’ll keep it short: I have seldom seen such an intense and sentimental staging. And I loved it.

You can see Woyzeck sitting in the back with the child in his arms while Marie and the Drum Major are dancing. 
It is the only picture I could find that shows the child and it is just one of the many amazing things the director and his crew came up with:
before the real play even started, Marie and Woyzeck created the child together. It is made of Marie’s Cardigan, the head marked with one of W’s bootstraps, the arms are the arms and the legs are (also cardigan) overlaid by M’s gaiters. 
The way they are handling the child shows so much love it nearly made me cry before anything had even happened.

What I liked most about it is the fact that we don’t see a totally weird, strange, frightening Woyzeck but a normal person. Deadpan humor and wit were as present as his oppressive mood and his fear.
Rüping (director) didn’t make him a creature but human.

And though I know there is a sense behind the spelling style and the authors have some intention to write as they do I still think that those ‘horrible’ characters such as Woyzeck, Medea and also Elisabeth from Maria Stuart are the ones to be pitied. 

Though W is a murderer, he is also a human being. And he kills his wife by painting her neck red, unemotional but tender.
And when finally released his bootstraps from her cardigan my heart stopped for a tiny moment.

Picture:http://www.frankfurt-tipp.de/ - Birgit Hupfeld

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – 

drowning song - nick cave & warren ellis

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gondorgirl:

Saw this amazing perforamce of Woyzcek yesterday.

gondorgirl:

Saw this amazing perforamce of Woyzcek yesterday.

wink-smile-pout:

Unconditional Spring 2013 Details 

wink-smile-pout:

Unconditional Spring 2013 Details 

(via newyorktoparis)

pervocracy:

nicethingsforawfulpeople:

pluckypalaeontologist:

pinecounty:


necroluste:


J.R.R Tolkien, looking at flowers.


Apparently people hated to go for walks with him because he would stop and look at every tree for like 20 minutes.


EXPLAINS THE BOOKS

Amazing.

I have friends like that and they’re the BEST because I can say “explain what you’re looking at on that tree” and then I generally learn cool things.

pervocracy:

nicethingsforawfulpeople:

pluckypalaeontologist:

pinecounty:

necroluste:

J.R.R Tolkien, looking at flowers.

Apparently people hated to go for walks with him because he would stop and look at every tree for like 20 minutes.

EXPLAINS THE BOOKS

Amazing.

I have friends like that and they’re the BEST because I can say “explain what you’re looking at on that tree” and then I generally learn cool things.

(Source: flying-dutchwoman, via janeaustenslibrary)


ALL THIS BAD BLOOD franz and marie are the unfortunate victims of circumstance. poverty of wealth, affection and time have driven him to the darkest depths of insanity, and her to destitution - and as hard as they may try, they’re not going to escape. (a mix based on my adaptation georg buchner’s woyzeck that will never be shown in a theatre).   [listen]
ain’t no rest for the wicked  // cage the elephant // medicine // daughter // another love // tom odell // esmerelda // ben howard  //  lolita// lana del rey // where is my mind? (bassnectar remix) // pixies // working class hero // john lennon // ever fallen in love (with someone you shouldn’t’ve fallen in love with) // the buzzcocks // sweet sour // band of skulls // bad blood // bastille // 

ALL THIS BAD BLOOD franz and marie are the unfortunate victims of circumstance. poverty of wealth, affection and time have driven him to the darkest depths of insanity, and her to destitution - and as hard as they may try, they’re not going to escape. (a mix based on my adaptation georg buchner’s woyzeck that will never be shown in a theatre).   [listen]

ain’t no rest for the wicked  // cage the elephant // medicine // daughter // another love // tom odell // esmerelda // ben howard  //  lolita// lana del rey // where is my mind? (bassnectar remix) // pixies // working class hero // john lennon // ever fallen in love (with someone you shouldn’t’ve fallen in love with) // the buzzcocks // sweet sour // band of skulls // bad blood // bastille // 

(Source: lesellieknope)

annemaaikebakker:

Heute abend um 19.30 Woyzeck im Theater am Goetheplatz!

coffeeandkaleidoscopes:

This picture is from the play I attended two days ago. I could probably write a 30 pages essay about it but I’ll keep it short: I have seldom seen such an intense and sentimental staging. And I loved it.You can see Woyzeck sitting in the back with the child in his arms while Marie and the Drum Major are dancing. It is the only picture I could find that shows the child and it is just one of the many amazing things the director and his crew came up with:before the real play even started, Marie and Woyzeck created the child together. It is made of Marie’s Cardigan, the head marked with one of W’s bootstraps, the arms are the arms and the legs are (also cardigan) overlaid by M’s gaiters. The way they are handling the child shows so much love it nearly made me cry before anything had even happened.What I liked most about it is the fact that we don’t see a totally weird, strange, frightening Woyzeck but a normal person. Deadpan humor and wit were as present as his oppressive mood and his fear.Rüping (director) didn’t make him a creature but human.And though I know there is a sense behind the spelling style and the authors have some intention to write as they do I still think that those ‘horrible’ characters such as Woyzeck, Medea and also Elisabeth from Maria Stuart are the ones to be pitied. Though W is a murderer, he is also a human being. And he kills his wife by painting her neck red, unemotional but tender.And when finally released his bootstraps from her cardigan my heart stopped for a tiny moment.Picture:http://www.frankfurt-tipp.de/ - Birgit Hupfeld

coffeeandkaleidoscopes:

This picture is from the play I attended two days ago. I could probably write a 30 pages essay about it but I’ll keep it short: I have seldom seen such an intense and sentimental staging. And I loved it.

You can see Woyzeck sitting in the back with the child in his arms while Marie and the Drum Major are dancing. 
It is the only picture I could find that shows the child and it is just one of the many amazing things the director and his crew came up with:
before the real play even started, Marie and Woyzeck created the child together. It is made of Marie’s Cardigan, the head marked with one of W’s bootstraps, the arms are the arms and the legs are (also cardigan) overlaid by M’s gaiters. 
The way they are handling the child shows so much love it nearly made me cry before anything had even happened.

What I liked most about it is the fact that we don’t see a totally weird, strange, frightening Woyzeck but a normal person. Deadpan humor and wit were as present as his oppressive mood and his fear.
Rüping (director) didn’t make him a creature but human.

And though I know there is a sense behind the spelling style and the authors have some intention to write as they do I still think that those ‘horrible’ characters such as Woyzeck, Medea and also Elisabeth from Maria Stuart are the ones to be pitied. 

Though W is a murderer, he is also a human being. And he kills his wife by painting her neck red, unemotional but tender.
And when finally released his bootstraps from her cardigan my heart stopped for a tiny moment.

Picture:http://www.frankfurt-tipp.de/ - Birgit Hupfeld

gondorgirl:

Saw this amazing perforamce of Woyzcek yesterday.

gondorgirl:

Saw this amazing perforamce of Woyzcek yesterday.

missluwho:

fucking humans

missluwho:

fucking humans

(Source: zaporn, via dreadforks)

wink-smile-pout:

Unconditional Spring 2013 Details 

wink-smile-pout:

Unconditional Spring 2013 Details 

(via newyorktoparis)

(via tommilsom)

pervocracy:

nicethingsforawfulpeople:

pluckypalaeontologist:

pinecounty:


necroluste:


J.R.R Tolkien, looking at flowers.


Apparently people hated to go for walks with him because he would stop and look at every tree for like 20 minutes.


EXPLAINS THE BOOKS

Amazing.

I have friends like that and they’re the BEST because I can say “explain what you’re looking at on that tree” and then I generally learn cool things.

pervocracy:

nicethingsforawfulpeople:

pluckypalaeontologist:

pinecounty:

necroluste:

J.R.R Tolkien, looking at flowers.

Apparently people hated to go for walks with him because he would stop and look at every tree for like 20 minutes.

EXPLAINS THE BOOKS

Amazing.

I have friends like that and they’re the BEST because I can say “explain what you’re looking at on that tree” and then I generally learn cool things.

(Source: flying-dutchwoman, via janeaustenslibrary)

(Source: overboarddd, via algenubi)

(Source: showstudio, via frusilerias)

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis – 

drowning song - nick cave & warren ellis

(Source: 50footqueenie)

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