"Cecilia Djurberg see ”Isjungfrun” Victoria Benedictsson-festival"
"At Strindberg's Intimate theatre, continues the festival to the Victoria Benedictssons glory (7u002F4). In the small foyer arranged quiz before the performances and the audience who come to the festival's other premiere Isjungfrun seem to be much about the author's life and works. Many already know that He must have been inspired by Benedictssons destiny for his "Miss Julie". His intimate theatre now becomes a suitable, site-specific framework for Cecilia Sidenbladhs newly written monologue, which is in dialogue with Strindberg and his tragedy."
"nScenen is the hotel room in Copenhagen, where Benedictsson spent his last days of life. In the desk drawer is a razor, and pistol, and chaise longue beds for the passion. In Benedictssons black maxi dress with nutidsflirtande bow in the neck, recounting the Iwa Boman author's thoughts and reflections. Just like the Forbidden entrance, which also played at the festival, it's all about livsledan and the curse of being a woman on the basis of handwriting."
"But Boman takes in Lena Söderblom directed a more realistic way. The focus here is on the affair with Georg Brandes, which some interpreted as contributing to the Benedictssons life crisis. He turns on the isjungfrur and has many mistresses, and as a true kulturman. ”To think that I hung up my life on this man!” exclaims Benedictsson and Iwa Boman switches as elegant between Benedictssons and Brandes office of that between her faith in the loyalty and willingness to be lawless."
"By Cecilia Sidenbladh"
"Director: Lena SöderblomnI the role: Iwa BomannScenografi: Roland SöderbergnKostym and mask: Magnus FlobeckernScen: Strindbergs intima teater"