Klaus Mann

Klaus Mann was born in Munich in 1906, the first child of Thomas and Katia Mann. He began his literary career as the enfant terrible of the Weimar Republic. After 1933 he became an important figure in the German literary elite that had been forced into exile by the Nazis. Klaus Mann’s death in 1949 in Cannes was caused by an overdose of sleeping pills.

Portrait von Klaus Mann

Plays represented by Rowohlt Theater Verlag

  • Anja und Esther

    4F / 4M,
    • U: 20.10.1925, Münchner Kammerspiele (R: Otto Falckenberg)
  • Gegenüber von China

    4F / 7M,
    • U: 1930 Schauspielhaus Bochum
  • Geschwister

    3F / 3M
    • U: 12.11.1930 Münchner Kammerspiele
  • Mephisto

    8F / 11M
    • U: 15.05.1979 Théâtre du Soleil, Paris (R: Ariane Mnouchkine)
    • DSE: 22.1.1981 Theater Basel (R: Eike Gramss)
  • Mephisto

    Bearbeitet von Luise Rist
    8F / 9M
    • U: 2.10.2004, Deutsches Theater Göttingen (Regie: Mark Zurmühle)
  • Mephisto

    Bearbeitet von Birgit Funke
    6F / 10M
    • U: 28.2.2003 Mecklenburgisches Staatstheater Schwerin (Regie: Michael Funke)
  • Revue zu Vieren

    2F / 4M,
    • U: 21.04.1927 Schauspiel Leipzig (Regie: Gustaf Gründgens)