Monthly Archives: december 2011

The mask’s influence over the actors

Tweet Here is another post from the questionnaire from Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. This time is about how I work with masks if I only use them in rehearsals and not in the actual play. For those who like … Read the rest of this entry

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Masks in rehearsals

Tweet Here is another post from the questionnaire from Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. This time is about how I work with masks if I only use them in rehearsals and not in the actual play. For those who like … Read the rest of this entry

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About teaching mask – part 2

Tweet In About mask making I explained how this is all about some questions I got in for a scientific work by Thanos Vovolis at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. This post is continuing from About teaching mask. The … Read the rest of this entry

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About teaching mask

Tweet While answering the questions I talked about in About mask making I was also asked about how I teach mask. Here are a little of the answer to that. I am not bound to any specific method even though … Read the rest of this entry

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The mask, costume and stage

Tweet This is also from when I was asked about my work with masks from different aspects a few years ago for a scientific work by Thanos Vovolis at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. I thought that I might … Read the rest of this entry

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About mask making

Tweet A few years ago I was asked about my work with masks from different aspects for a scientific work by Thanos Vovolis at the Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts. I thought that I might as well share a bit of … Read the rest of this entry

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Nils Poppe – a giant in Swedish theatre and Vulgar Comedy

Tweet Talking about Vulgar Comedy I would like take the opportunity to introduce Nils Poppe, in my view, the best comical actor Sweden ever had. And not only that He is a great dramatic actor, director, writer, dancer, acrobat, theatre … Read the rest of this entry

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About satire as Vulgar Comedy

Tweet Satire is definitely a part of Vulgar Comedy with its roots back to popular comedy in ancient times. It has always kicked upwards. It can mock authority or the social order in general and its weapon is always laughter. … Read the rest of this entry

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