Fragmente | Folkteatern

Fragmente A play by the swedish playwriter Lars Norén About invisible people in an invisible city . A cab driver tries to forget his memories from the Balkans. A sick sister is pregnant with someone else. A teenager does not want her dad and paints his face black. A mother goes and great shopping at Willys. A woman cared for at home by her husband. He has an affair with a colleague. A guy takes his sister on a day trip to Denmark. A mother hides her adult son in the closet. A daughter tries to converse with her mother far away ... Lars Norén Fragmente is written directly to the People's Theatre ( Folkteatern) and Gothenburg. In several short scenes , we meet a number of people who live near each other in the same city but still wholly or partially invisible to each other. Here we see the invisible people and human destinies that would not otherwise be told. What can be accommodated in the fellow man you pass on the street every day? It 's there all the time. Fragmente is the People's Theatre's performance within CITIES ON STAGE - an EU project that brings together six European theaters around the theme of " living together in the city ." The show toured Europe in spring 2013 and visited Madrid , Brussels and Paris.

A shot from the poster photo session for the play Fragmente.
Shot on the Göta Älv bridge in Gothenburg.
A shot from the poster photo session for the play Fragmente.
Shot on the Göta Älv bridge in Gothenburg.
Manipulated in Photoshop.
A shot from the poster photo session for the play Fragmente.
Shot on the Göta Älv bridge in Gothenburg.
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