The International Street Theatre Festival in Halmstad opens today. The festival presents a blend of commedia, wandering performances, guest appearance, philosophical reasoning, two Canadian sisters, juggling, African rhythm and dance, performances from Catalonia, city tours…and much, much more…
During 5 days, the festival presents 52 performances.
La Gioconda Operafarbriken
La Gioconda is a opera with a touching story of power and repression, good and evil, injustice and triumphant love! Soloists from the Malmö Opera and the Royal Opera, the piece is performed in the original language and they are accompanied by a string ensemble, clarinet and piano.
July 17-18, Copenhagen, Denmark
Charlie’s Kid Pantomimteatern
Chaplin’s silent film classic The Kid from 1921 comes to life on stage in a heart-warming slapstick about one of cinema’s most famous families. A tale of the rich and the poor, and the relationship between Charlie and an orphan kid unfolds in a world where not everything is black or white.
July 30-August 2, Seoul, South Korea
Uncle Vanya Uppsala City Theatre
An ingenious and bold modern adaptation of a classic play!
In this version of Uncle Vanya, there is no rural estate but a hotel, no tea but Estonian vodka, and the climate change is more destructive than ever before. However, one thing remains the same: human nature. The characters trudge through their delusions and lies as sluggishly and distinctively as a hundred years ago.
August 4-5, Tampere, Finland
Marmalade Claire Parsons Co.
Aimed at young children 2-6 years old, Marmalade is a delicious, sensory performance about meeting, mixing and blending. Mira and Viktor taste and feel in poetic movements and circus actions in an exquisite and visual experience where the audience is invited to join. Marmalade looks at the world through body, eye, feeling and taste in a room with fluffy skirts, soft circus and Fellini music.
August 15-17, New York, USA
August 22, Washington, USA
After the summer holidays, we will continue working with the Swedish Database for Theatre, Dance and Opera, planning Swedstage 2016 and the Swedish Biennial for Performing Arts 2017 as well as all our international projects.
We wish you all a fantastic summer!