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Vienna: Ninth District

November 18, 2015 GW Administrator 0

Spotlight on the ninth district of Austria’s capital Sigmund Freud’s consulting rooms and Franz Schubert’s birthplace, summertime bars on the banks of the Danube Canal, an artisanal chocolate factory, the university campus and Austria’s largest […]

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The Great Museum

May 6, 2014 GW Administrator 0

NEW YORK, NY – April 24, 2014 – Kino Lorber is proud to announce the acquisition of all North American rights to Johannes Holzhausen’s THE GREAT MUSEUM (Das große Museum), a critically acclaimed, observational documentary […]

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Mozart’s Zauberflöte – 1791

September 30, 2012 GW Administrator 0

TODAY IN HISTORY: On September 30th, 1791, Mozarts Zauberflöte was premiered in Vienna at the suburban Freihaus-Theater auf der Wieden. Mozart conducted the orchestra, Schikaneder himself played Papageno, while the role of the Queen of […]

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John Malkovich plays in Vienna

December 27, 2010 GW Administrator 0

John Malkovich loves Vienna. He played serial killer Jack Unterweger last year and returns this January as Casanova to Vienna’s Ronacher Theater. The Giacomo Variations is described as a mix between a play and an […]