Everyman in the Goldgasse

Since 1920, Salzburg’s inner city has been dominated by the Salzburg Festival during the summer. Staged in the shadow of the city’s biggest cathedral, its iconic play, Everyman by Hugo von Hofmannsthal, has become one of the most well-known plays in the world. Ever since the creation of the Festival, Goldgasse has been a prime spot for onlookers to follow the play. Only few steps away from Residenzplatz, you’re able to witness the arrival of the actors and actresses in their imaginative baroque era costumes as well as enjoy a unique view of the play, framed by the Dome’s arcs. We ‘d like to particularly recommend you the night performance’s magical allure, underscoring the special flair of the lit up baroque background.


Some Impressions

Everyman 2013