Tag Archives: dramatic theatre

Vulgar Comedy and the Church (Part 3 – the Corpus Christi and the forming of comedy companies)

One example of how the theatre was used by the church was in the nativity scene. The first one was shown in 1223 by Francisco of Assisi. From the first puppets where used but soon the roles were played by … Read the rest of this entry

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2013 – Salome

This was the fall production of the second year students at Kulturamas physical theatre, opened 29/11-2013. Click here to read more about Salome. Tweet

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2002 – Gamla Testamentet (The Old Testament)

This show was played by the first year students at the Theatrestudio in 2002. It was built from stories from the Old Testament. The main reason was for that choice was that we had only girls in the ensemble… Click … Read the rest of this entry

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European Polytheatre

This EUROPEAN POLYTHEATRE PROJECT is about workshops. We are five theatre groups from different places In Europe (Machina Drama Group from Greece, MTM mimoteatromovimento from Italy, Transversal Theatre from Netherlands, Kompani Komedi from Sweden and Les Amis de la Salle paroissiale … Read the rest of this entry

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Gamla Testamentet (The Old Testament)

Click here to see a TRAILER The Bible is a fantastic book for theatre. It narrates exactly what happens in its stories, but never how it happens. In that way the Bible is very open for different interpretations. One just … Read the rest of this entry

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Strindberg’s ”The Outlaw”

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 not … Read the rest of this entry

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Masks in rehearsals

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 to … Read the rest of this entry

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The togetherness of the Commedia dell’Arte masks

The mask of Commedia dell’Arte simply cannot work alone for any stretch of time. I have already talked about how the masks of Commedia dell’Arte represent different aspects of the human inner life, as opposed to the clown who contains … Read the rest of this entry

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