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The Awakening of Spring

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Summary

The Awakening of Spring is the German dramatist Frank Wedekind's first major play and a seminal work in the modern history of theatre. It is the source material for the contemporary rock musical Spring Awakening. The play criticises the sexually-oppressive culture of fin de siècle Germany and offers a vivid dramatisation of the erotic fantasies that it breeds. Due to the nature of its content, the play has often been banned. (Summary by wikipedia and wildemoose)

Cast:
Narrator: Diana Majlinger
Wendla: Arielle Lipshaw
Frau Bergman: Elizabeth Klett
Melchior: mb
Otto/Fliegentod/Gaston: David Lawrence
Moritz: Margaret Espaillat
George/Martha/Ina: Kristingj
Robert/Zungenschlag/Ruprecht: John Fricker
Ernest: Max Körlinge
Thea/Ilse: Carolin Kaiser
Laemmermeier/Knuppeldick/Diethelm/Friend Ziegenmelker/The Masked Man: Nathanial W.C. Higgins
Hans/Habebald/Helmuth: Martin Geeson
Professor Hungergurt/Uncle Probst: Franswa
Professor Knochenbruch: Bellona Times
Frau Gabor: Ann Simmons
Sonnenstich/Rheinhold: Chuck Williamson
Pastor Kaulbauch/Locksmith: Lucy Perry
Renter Stiefel/Dr. Prokrustes: Legentis
Herr Gabor/Dr. Von Brausepulver: Algy Pug
Audio edited by: Arielle Lipshaw

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