MUSIC | REVIEW. Take Danielsson text, Henrik Dorsins processing, and cartoonist According to Åhlin herself with eye watching on production. What could be wrong with "Christmas Eve Karl-Bertil Jonsson"? Even when the curtains are pulled out on the sloping scene and reveals the street in the frozen ice that everyone knows, the crowd ties hands with delight. And no wonder. Here, someone else has watched the movie every year since 1975, when SVT gave him the first time.
After the usual saxophone presentation, a charming and musical tribute to the folk story. The rolls are like bumps over the sewage floor with a soft knee, just like the movie, and like many others here, one must thank the director and choreographer Anna Vnuk am. Only one who loves silly and mother's access on Christmas Eve morning, with a glitter in the hair and a candlelit tray (Vanna Rosenberg). Not to mention the case of a red fraudulent incident Tyko Jonsson on Christmas Eve, who is already legally because he is being harassed in front of the television movie (Peter Dalle). And then Karl-Bertil Jonsson's lifestyle, his great Christmas project (Anton Lundqvist).
But I'm mostly stuck Andreas Rothlin Svensson Portrait of drunken family tad in town. It incorporates the margins of severity for social injustice that makes this story and a movie more than half an hour fun. "Go home to your poor family".
For processing and song lyrics Henrik Dorsin, which is also an audience link, the happy Christmas values that are going to offer something special. He is the honor and has included his own contemporary comments in the words, for example, the rich nesting of our time, or what would resurrect Tyko Jonsson, the father of Karl-Bertil, if he lived today ("important politicians who take good").
But above the show, there is also real fun Noren-jul. Lillasyster (Katrin Sundberg), who quotes hard-to-read accessible poetry rather than julrim, believes that parents should be separated. "Bad mother" Vanna Rosenberg is about to end a nerve collision. She does not have many examples, but it's the language of the rich body, and she sings where she is suddenly surprised at the children not to create: "see you, thank you, unhappy". It's a bit unexpected that I like it but does not have the same in the other performance. One way to cause its case is by the best Monica Zetterlundska and the "Snow Snow" ballad, about the wonderful snow that "prevents our world" (and disrupts its anxiety?). That view is really real. But some songs are harassing. They could have ironed a little in favor of an oral dialogue – this is an ensemble where most are predominantly actors.
With that said. Calle Bags Henrik Dorsin's music and words turn into the Hasseåtage footprint, with the same musical preferences. An eclectic, a language test, funny, fun and fun.
"Karl-Bertil Jonsson's Christmas Eve" is a cool and warm music with a charm of social injustice, interesting expectations of Christmas and deadly trade. But then this is the Christmas gift the audience has at the end: a Varsin paperbox that includes a crown that will give someone who really needs it. Then I'll think about what Dorsin says to the story: Karl-Bertil Jonsson's time director won five times more than one worker, while today's directors earn 50 times more. I feel sad in the mind that everyone puts their crown in someone else's paper smoke and then does not think about that.
Christmas Eve Karl-Bertil Jonsson
After Tage Danielsson
Processing and words Henrik Dorsin
Music and chapel Carl Bagge
Director of Anna Vnuk
Pelle Magnestam's scenograph
Costumes and mask Susanna Rafstedt
Gene Production Design
Theatr Scale, Stockholm
Time 2 p.
Gunilla Brodrej is a critical editor and platform for Expressen Culture.