"Hugh and Nancy's many världarnRegi and text by Lars Rudolfsson, with Helen Sjöholm, Vanna Rosenberg, Magnus Roosmann, Emma Broomé, Jennie Silfverhjelm, Peter Engman, Inga-Lill Andersson, Pierre Wilkner, Johan Holmberg, Ruben Granditsky."
"An american family. Boring self-absorbed dad. Anxious, self-effacing mother. Teenage daughter is rebelling. Little brother plays the drums.nBekant. But still screwed.nHelen Sjöholm and Vanna Rosenberg are playing different versions of a woman under the influence. Musically reminiscent of Tom Waits."
"First of all, it is ”Stranger in paradise”. A Russian operamelodi of Borodin from the 1800's who became musikallåt in ”Kismet” and a hit for Tony Bennett. It is Nancy's favoritmelodi and Helen Sjöholm opens the show with a thoughtful version of the ever-green song.nEn fitting song to feel out a suitable tidsbild in the cold war, the united states. Nancy's husband Hugh Everett is a prominent scientist who in 1957 presented his theory of the many worlds. That there are an infinite number of parallel worlds like our where versions of us can do other things.these colors don't run, Nancy experience when she meets her doppelganger. The show is at its best in the scenes with Helen Sjöholm and Vanna Rosenberg as copies. Their family life has small significant differences, despite the fact that the husband and children are the same.nMagnus Roosmann plays her husband Hugh. not only is a normal boring professor, but dull in a great incomprehensible plan. It is courageous to make a musical about quantum physics. Roosmann has a couple of selections where his character is bitter against critical colleagues. ”The track people, but Bohr's fault,” reads one genre in a song that contains all the rim that is on the ”year”. Bohr, Nils Bohr, the Danish atomfysikern.kind, and some of the pieces to brings to mind Tom Waits theatrical sides, and the small orchestra has an interesting setting with a lot of tuba, trumpet and drums.nNancy remember their life together, and there will be strikes during the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. Bar-b-queing and card games with friends. Partnerbyten. Infidelity. At the same time as the men working for the u.s. military with mathematical models. How to get the greatest efficiency during the nuclear war?it is dizzying swings. Skilled actors keep interest alive, and Emma Broomé, who plays Nancy's daughter Liz impresses in both singing and games.nMycket on the brains, facts, figures, research. But it is the unpredictable wave movements in our emotions that give pulse to the show."