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In Young Clear, it is the children who have the power

Young Met director Farnaz Arbabi believe that children are the group in society who have the least power over their own lives. This substance she wants to do a

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In Young Clear, it is the children who have the power

Young Met director Farnaz Arbabi believe that children are the group in society who have the least power over their own lives. This substance she wants to do a bustling, magnificent show that will meet the children at eye level.

”For that I say it,” is the simple title on the piece, just the one where the föräldrarepliken, ”I should not have to explain myself to you, I am an adult”.

" this is about how children handle a world where they do not get to decide. I am interested in maktrelationen between adults and children, " says Farnaz Arbabi.

She believes that the perception of the child is that the child will grow up and become a complete human being. Childhood is a parenthesis, vuxenheten is the norm.

– It is allowed to express himself in generalities and hateful children. I hear adults say ”I don't like children”. Imagine that the word ”children” in the sentence would be changed to a different group in society, then it would be called racism, or sexism.

again, conflicts around food, clothes, come off. On the stage working with the actors right now with improvisations around the dressing, ordentlighet: ”Now, put the clothes like this.” The actors are working two and two, the child and the adult, they crawl, eels, snakes, throwing clothes. Play and resistance from the children's side. And so the adults who want to implement their plans and the children that sabotages – in our opinion.

the Children's power can just be to not dress when they should. Or a passive resistance, not hear, let the body be very limp, limp. It can be silence, not to listen, not to respond.

" today, we work with the resistance. The children's motståndsstrategier is linked to adults 'power," says Farnaz Arbabi. Between an adult and a child is a power relationship. Then there are the adults who abuse their power less than the other.

I grew up with relatives who want to kiss and hug, there will be, after all, I reminded of now when I have children of your own.

" We are very early in the process, we have been talking about clothing, food, and to get to a place, snirkla. Pressure, and the children draws down the tempo, a kind of act of resistance, ”this I dont want to be with”.

"We have been talking about health nicely, sit at the adults' knee, be also and loved it, " says Farnaz Arbabi.

" I grew up with relatives who want to kiss and hug, there will be, after all, I reminded of now when I have children of your own. When an older relative now and want my kids to hug her and they don't want to...

Gustav Deinoff took over the management of the Young Cope, they got a book with glowing orange cover of the theatre's creator, Suzanne Osten. It was ”Childism” was written by psychoanalyst Elizabeth Young-Bruehl, who examines the children's powerlessness.

the Book is about adult abuse and the abuse that she believes we adults commit against children – even in an egalitarian and progressive country as Sweden. The ban on spanking is world famous and has been of great importance. But the psychologist Jesper Juul has pointed out that the scoldings can be replaced barnagan and that it is as offensive to scold a child to beat it.

And that Farnaz Arbabi points out: The adults ' frustrations are still there, it has not gone away, there can be shakes and hard hold in the arms.

the production, not least with barnteatermått measured: A large stage, nine actors, working physically and multilingual with inspiration from dance, mime, slapstick and acrobatics, and a minimum of dialogue. The ensemble reflects the diversity in Sweden today.

" We have an incredibly skilled ensemble cast where almost everyone has a language in addition to English, we shall make use of it, from the scene sounds, Finnish, Romanian, French, bengali, sorani and Portuguese.

Farnaz Arbabi and playwright Daniela Kullman have children, but try to leave the leave the parental role at home. Young Ready, do as they have always done, to obtain knowledge about them it should be about. Studying what they say, how they move, and working with the board, which in this case is three to five.

" We are at the preschools, and kindergartens will be here. And at the theatre, we have worked with minnesövningar, most remember their childhood and the feeling of being extradited to the adults ' decision.

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