Monthly Archives: mars 2013

Touring with a great serious show

Tweet It is obvious that it is much nicer to tour a great show than a bad one whether it is comedy or tragedy. But I am still astonished every time when I am watching the show – Gudomliga Ord … Read the rest of this entry



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Stanislavsky’s system v/s Vulgar Comedy

Tweet We have to remember that Stanislavsky was a rich factory owner how did not need to make a living from his theatre. He was from the Russian upper classes who despised Vulgar Comedy. So we can count on that … Read the rest of this entry



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Touring with students

Tweet At the moment I am out touring the latest show with Kulturama’s physical theatre class. They playing Gudomliga Ord (Divine Words) by Don Ramon Maria Valle-Inclan. We have just come back to Sweden from Norway where we played at … Read the rest of this entry



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More Commedia dell’Arte with opera students

Tweet Here is a little more about Opera and Commedia dell’Arte after THIS: It is always a pleasure to work with opera singers when working with Commedia dell’Arte or just when working with theatre in general. I think it has to do … Read the rest of this entry



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Accident at the opening and guardian angel

Tweet So after rehearsing Gudomliga Ord (Divine Words) with my students for weeks, our opening got canceled. One of the actors suddenly got terrible stomach pains about one hour before the opening and she had to leave the theatre in … Read the rest of this entry



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Commedia dell’Arte with opera students

Tweet I have been teaching Commedia dell’Arte at Stockholm Operastudio. Working with opera students always gives me a certain good feeling, especially when working with Commedia dell’Arte. This time they were just about going into a period of Opera Buffa … Read the rest of this entry



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