An extraordinary theater maker gets started
The head dramaturge at the Schauspielhaus Salzburg is a philosopher, pianist, author, teacher, translator and director.
The Schauspielhaus Salzburg has attracted an extraordinary theater maker: Jérôme Junod has been the director and chief dramaturge since September; and his most recent own play, “Arthur, the Last Battle”, premiered on Thursday evening.
“It is a great enrichment for the Salzburg theater landscape”, assures Artistic Director Robert Pienz. The 42-year-old studied philosophy, is a trained concert pianist and has graduated from the Max Reinhardt Seminar, where he taught directing for the past ten years. The Swiss born in Lausanne speaks French as well as German. When he worked with Jérôme Junod for the first time …
Accessed on 11/11/2021 at 6:35 am on https://www.sn.at/salzburg/kultur/ein-aussergewoehnlicher-theatermacher-leger-los-112287082