Station Illusion

Station Illusion

A DAZZLING EXTRAVAGANZA SET IN 18TH CENTURY STOCKHOLM

Welcome to a dazzling 360-degree extravaganza where a group of French travelling actors is in charge of the entertainment. Anything can happen, because the French really know how to turn life in to an adventure! Our guide is a playful Tessin, the great palace architect and lover of the arts, who dazzles us with his illusions.

Step into a world charged with passion and enthusiasm. Sit down in the middle of the city and let the façades come alive. What is hidden behind the walls? The production team, led by Karin Modigh, has created a declaration of love for French Baroque theatre. There will be music, dance, singing, commedia dell’arte and stage sets that harmonize in one moment and changes dramatically the next.

Family performance. Suitable for children between ages 6 and 12. Please note that all seats are located on the floor (cushions provided).

Tickets: https://www.operan.se/forestallningar/station-illusion/

 

CREDITS

Choreography, stage direction and set design | Karin Modigh
Music | Jean-Baptiste Lully (L’Amour médecin et Roland, excerpts) and Marc-Antoine Charpentier (Le Malade imaginaire, excerpts)
Text | Jean-Baptiste Molière and Isaac de Benserade, new translation by Anna Linden
Costume and mask |  Weriem

Light | Karl Svensson

 

CAST

Tessin | Mathias Terwander Stintzing
Harlekin | Andrea Coppone
Colombine/Dansen | Sabine Novel
Pulcinella/Teatern | Leif Aruhn-Solén
Kvacksalvaren/Musiken | Helgi Reynisson
Musicians | Petra Ambrosi, Ylva Lundén Welden, Mariangiola Martinelli, Jonas Nordberg, Tale Olsson, Mirjam Pfeiffer

Musical director | Peter Spissky

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Kungliga Operan

Jakobs torg 8
Stockholm
Sweden

Performer

+46 (0)70 7885310 (Sweden) or +33 (0)6 13422869 (France)
Karin Modigh is a dancer, choreographer, stage director, creator and teacher, who discovered early dance at the age of 15. A native of Sweden living in Paris,... read more

Contacts

Jakobs torg 8
Stockholm
Sweden