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Rachel Kador
May 9th, 2017 7:00 pm| by Annaleah Magnuson
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CTC Fringe Festival

May 11-13, 19:30; Krudttønden, Serridslevvej 2, Cph Ø; ctcircle.dk

April showers may bring flowers … but May brings in a whole new crop of performing arts in the form of the 3rd Annual Copenhagen Theatre Circle Fringe Festival, three nights packed with one-act plays in English showcasing Copenhagen’s best up-and-coming directors, playwrights and actors.

Like last year, there are ten plays on the line-up (see below).

Eric Maganga is among the writer-directors returning to take part again. Speaking of his new work, he asks whether his protagonists can “overcome their overdrinking and learn to be themselves without hiding behind their accessories”.

As an organisation dedicated to making performing arts accessible and interactive for all, CTC also engages in various other events open to the public, such as play readings, improvisation workshops, open mic nights, a video club and the popular Poetry & Pints.

At just 75kr a night, the CTC contends this is “a steal” to experience talented artists in such a variety of performances.

Be ready to laugh, cry, and be inspired – don’t miss this festival!

 

 

CTC Fringe Festival


Thursday May 11

Lovesick
Written and directed by Kristian Husted & Rachel Kador
CAST: Kristian Husted, Rachel Kador, & Nicole Wardell

16 Minutes
Written and directed by Matteo Pasquini
CAST: Giovanni Giancaspro, Patricia Cardona Roca, Dana Roskey, Matteo Pasquini, Nicoletta Leo, & Giuseppe Cascio

This is what happens
Written and directed by Jack Wake-Walker
CAST: Fie Dal, Mo Chara, & Francisco Navarro

Life Scheme
Written and directed by Camille de Léobardy & My Wagelin
CAST: Camille de Léobardy & My Wagelin
Friday May 12

Just a Little Bit More of that Everlasting Love
Written by Miriam Boolsen
Directed by Marley Hasselbach
CAST: Pejman Khorsand-Jamal & Kristine Helms

Heavy is the Head
Written and directed by Eric Maganga
CAST: Piper Mckenzie, Fie Dal, & Daniel Morsø Christiansen

Sunday in Sodom
Written by Jordan Tannahill
Directed by Michael Worthman
CAST: Lene Kreilgaard, Zsanka Bollok, Iris Thomsen, Jakob Storjohann, Braedon Gough, & Frank Theakston

Saturday May 13

Sharp Thorn In Between
Adapted and directed by
Simge Gunsan & Can Girgin
CAST: Can Girgin & Simge Gunsan

Way Better than Him
Written by Gerard Jaurena
Translated by Daniel Olmos Ochoa
Directed by Daniel Olmos Ochoa
CAST: Andy Jinaru, Christopher Michael Czechowicz, Rozarina Larsen, Gintare Anisimovaite, Daniel Morso Christiansen, & Matija Kezele

Betrayal – or some other artistic work in progress
Written and directed by Tuulia Lindholm
CAST: Tessa Dening, Josefine Skovgaard Hansen, Andrew Whalley, Heini Haapaniemi, & Tuulia Lindholm