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: 'LULU'

An opera in three acts
Libretto after two tragedies
Erdgeist ' and ' Biichse der Pandora' by Frank Wedekind
Music by Alban Berg
(sung in German)
Symphony Orchestra of Norddeutscher Rundfunk
Conducted BY LEOPOLD LUDWIG
ACT 1
Scene 1: An artist's studio
Scene 2: An elegant apartment
Scene 3: A theatre dressing-room

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Wedekind
Music By: Alban Berg
Conducted By: Leopold Ludwig
LULU: Helga Pllarczyk
Countess GESCHWITZ: Gisela Litz
A THEATRICAL DREssER: Svetka Soucek
A STUDENT: Margarethe Ast
THE MEDICAL ADVISER: Johannes Draht
The PAINTER: Ratko Delorko
DR SCHÖN, an editor: Toni Blankenheim
ALWA his son a writer: Kurt Ruesche
SCHIGOLCH, an old man: Sigmund Roth
RODRIGO, an athlete: Heinz Rehfuss
The PRINCE an explorer: Jurgen Forster
The THEATRE DIRECTOR: Karl Otto
AN ANIMAL TAMER: Heinz Rehfuse

: THE NINETEEN-SIXTIES

A group of talks on the possible developments in cultural and political fields
Science is Wild by Stephen Toulmin acting John Dewev Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University,
New York
Professor Toulmin speaks on the dangers of professionalism in science and demands disestablishment.

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Toulmin

: ' LULU '

Acr 2
Scene 1: A large hall in the German
Renaissance style
Scene 2: The same








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