Adde first guest when Improvisation at the castle is back

By on December 24, 2016

Audience success Improvisation at the Castle continues with new guests once a month throughout the spring. A generous theater cabaret where no performance is ever the same. The first guest, February 8, is Adde Malmberg. New to the ensemble is Johan Rabaeus.

Andreas T Olsson with ensemble and guests invites to a series of unpredictable evenings at the theater that perhaps is more improvised than what the audience expect. No idea is ever the same. Magdalena Ribbing, who together with Sven Melander visited this autumn’s two performances, is at spring constant guest and Johan Rabaeus is a new member of the ensemble. Who is visiting this spring other performances presented shortly.

1663 Molière wrote Improvisation at the castle – a furious satire of French theater. 350 years later makes Andreas T Olsson an attempt to revive it. Based on Molière’s original spin a string of associations, whim and texts with theater as a red thread.

On the program, the following things emerge: a Facebook soiree, Johan Rabaeus in a condensed version of The Miser, the world’s most invisible supernumerary, thoughts about what it would be like to be married to a prompter and answers on audience questions about theater etiquette.

Texts by Anton Chekhov and Georges Feydeau are intermingled with works by Åke Cato and Peter Dalle.

The tickets were released.

Idea, selection and direction: Andreas T Olsson
Ensemble: Johan Rabaeus, Sanna Sundqvist, Eric Stern, Pontus Gustafsson, Per Svensson and others
Permanent guest: Magdalena Ribbing
Musicians: Göran Martling

8 February, 21 March, 19 April, 30 May and 8 June the Royal Dramatic Theatre, Main Stage

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