About Town: Impressive field assemble for the start of ‘Marathon’

 

That Theatre Company enjoyed a fantastic premiere of Edoardo Erba’s ‘Marathon’ on October 21, after which a veritable who’s who gathered in the bar at Krudttønden to salute debutant director Ian Burns and his young cast (left) Benjamin Stender and Rasmus Mortensen.

Among those present were (centre left: left-right) Israeli ambassador Barukh Binah, Italian Cultural Institute head Fabio Ruggirello, British ambassador Vivien Life, Burns; (centre right: left-right) actress Katrin Weisser, Burns, actress Linda Elvira, Mortensen and Stender; and (right: left-right) Burns, Tom McEwan, who brought with him a ‘Marathon survival kit’, and actress Sue Hansen Styles and husband Henrik.

 

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