At the center of this colossal fresco is the question of justice. A justice that means something other than to comply with the law. A justice that, as the title says, benefits even the propertyless and the wretched, who can not participate in the riches of the world.

Victor Hugo tells in this novel the story of the convict Jean Valjean and his opponent, the police inspector Javert. Their decades of struggle culminate in the context of the barricade struggles of June 1842 in Paris.


ACTIVITIES 2. Costume design assistent

Realization of costume pieces like headgear, pearl suits, props, fartigigal and pregnancy belly /  Calculation and maintenance of the Bugets /Orders and purchases / Assortment of rehearsal costumes  / Documentation of the scenario / Advice costume design /Arrangements with a clothing master and tailors / jewellery making


Regie/Bearbeitung: Frank Castorf 

Bühne: Aleksandar Denic

Kostüme: Adriana Praga Peretzki 

Licht: Ulrich Eh

Videokonzeption: Jens Crull, Andreas Deinert

Dramaturgie: Frank Raddatz 

Künstlerische Produktionsleitung: Sebastian Klink
cast: Thelma Buabeng, Sina Martens, Stefanie Reinsperger, Valery Tscheplanowa, Andreas Döhler, Patrick Goldenberg, Jürgen Holtz, Oliver Kraushaar, Wolfgang Michael, Rocco Mylord, Aljoscha Stadelmann, Abdoul Kader Traoré