Vilddjur – First performance of Lolo Amble’s newly written play

By on March 12, 2019
Elisabeth Ohlson Wallin

Lolo Amble’s newly written play Vilddjur is about people who once were a family and still love each other but cannot express it. The four roles are done by Magnus Ehrner, Melinda Kinnaman, Eric Stern and Kristina Törnqvist. Gunilla Nyroos is the director. First performance at Målarsalen on March 27.

A child tries to understand how someone can abandon love.

In Vilddjur, a story is put up where the different roles and relationships of the Mother, Daddy, Daughter and the Guy are portrayed and tested. How do you do to be and remain a family?

Lolo Amble started writing on the play in 2015. It was supposed to be a continuation of her 49 and a half who premiered that same year, but it didn’t. Vilddjur instead grew out of a dream where the words “it will never go over” became central to the play.

Lolo Amble is a playwright and translator, with a couple of poems behind her. For Dramaten she has, among other things, translated The City by Martin Crimp and One Family – August: Osage County by Tracy Letts.

Gunilla Nyroos is perhaps primarily known as an actor and has participated in a number of television series and films, as well as played on many of Sweden’s largest scenes. Nyroos also works as a director and has previously set up Lolo Ambles 49 and a half at Strindberg’s Intimate Theater in a collaboration with Dramaten.

Vilddjur, first performance on March 27, Målarsalen.

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