THE COMICAL TRAGEDY

A COMEDY ABOUT ALL OF US
An actress and her part must perform an important scene together. But not everything goes as planned. The actress is overwhelmed with anxiety and the part must take over. The part realises that it quit likes the spotlight and the actress must fight to reclaim the stage and stand up for herself. Maybe that was the parts plan all along?

The Comical Tragedy is about the fear of failing and the road toward daring to do what you really dream about.

It is a story about becoming oneself and listen to that little voice inside that sometimes speaks the truth.

REVIEWS
It’s simply masterfully done. Its exemplary actingwork, precise and deathly charming. It might look like improvisation, but trust me – its all planned. (Teateravisen, Janken Varden)

★★★★★ An actor’s power performance and a bold, intelligent and comical script. (Morten Hede)

★★★★★ Genius, well done, thought through and gifted performance. (Den 4. væg)

★★★★★ Fantastic Mette Rønne, she must be experienced in this glorious part. (Kanalnordjylland) 
★★★★★ Hurry in the theatre if you would like to experience a unique, well done and clever performance. (English version, Den 4. Væg) 

★★★★★ Blazingly intelligent directed…a presentation of a great talent…sharp comical timing. (Ungt Teaterblod)

★★★★★ A Masterclass in equilibristic acting technique. Body language and mimic fuses together to an artistic whole. Thank you! (KOP kultur)

★★★★ Pure power performance…dazzling excess of energy by a sovereign storyteller. (Scenekanten)

★★★★ Mette Rønne beautifully masters the alternations between the comical character and the honest vulnerability.( (Teaterkikkerten) 

PERFORMING...

21. mar. '19 GRUPPE 38, Aarhus (English)
22. mar. '19 GRUPPE 38, Aarhus (English)

AGE GROUP: From 15 years
DURATION: 75 minutes (no intermission)
LANGUAGE: English & Danish
PERFORMER: Mette Rønne
MANUSCRIPT: Eva Bonfanti &Yves Hunstad
Nordiska Aps - Copenhagen
Original titel: LA TRAGEDIE COMIQUE
DIRECTOR: Anders Brink
LIGHT: Mads Maybom
PHOTO BY: Per Pedersen
THANKS TO: Hans Rønne, Teatret Svalegangen, Hakkehuset, Per Pedersen og Ingrid Rønne

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Photographer: Per Pedersen

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