Tag Archives: August Strindberg

2011 – Den Fredlöse (The Outlaw)

Tweet The play, that was one of August Strindberg’s early works and takes place in Iceland in the beginning of the twelfth century, was the final production of the students from Kulturama’s second year education in physical theatre. It opened 14 … Read the rest of this entry

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Jag drömmer – alltså dör jag (I Dream – Therefore I Die)

Tweet This is a show I made with the secon year students at the Theatre studio in 2006. Click here to see a TRAILER from the show. When I went up to the north of Sweden to work for a month, I … Read the rest of this entry

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The Outlaw – Den Fredlöse (2011)

Tweet Opened 14/4-2011 Diretor – Micke Klingvall Valgerd – Michelle Nordlander Gunlöd – Anna Mamolo Gunnar, The Messenger, The Slave – Hanna Ek Orm – Tulle Montserrat Thorfinn –  Simon Tunna Hagström Text – August Strindberg Music – Anna Mamolo … Read the rest of this entry

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Strindberg’s ”The Outlaw”

Tweet August Strindberg’s he Outlaw (Den Fredlöse) was the final show for the second year students at the physical theatre education at Kulturama in Stockholm, wish I directed. It is not really Vulgar Comedy, as a matter of fact it’s … Read the rest of this entry

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I Dream – Therefore I am

Tweet I guess this show is not really what we mean when we speak about Vulgar Comedy, but it has some elements in it… I guess I just want to present some video from my own show that are on … Read the rest of this entry

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Commedia dell’Arte and masks in modern plays (the Royal Dramatic Theatre-speech part 6)

Tweet It is seldom a very good idea since one of the cornerstones of Commedia dell’Arte is its fixed masks. The fixed masks create fixed characters. I mean that either the masks or the characters wearing the masks can change … Read the rest of this entry

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