the Invitation to sign the letter mejlades out to all the actors at the royal dramatic theatre earlier in the week:
”Just now written a thank you letter to Eirik for what he done that is positive for many workers. The letter will be for the ensemble to take part in the ensembledagen, if more people want to participate with his greeting”.
Ensembledagen take place throughout the day in the day Friday.
believe that many of the employees at the royal dramatic theatre is disappointed that the board of directors ousted Eirik Stubø:
" Yes, I think absolutely. Purely artistic, it is a major setback for us. We have had a huge artistic success during his time. He had a really nice taste when it comes to selecting directors and plays, and as a director, he has also made great sets for yourself. But I, who have worked at the theater a long time, I also think that it has happened very democratic during his time. Talks about the problems at the theatre, I think was better during Stubø, " says Carl Magnus Dellow.
– Yes, how we do not know yet. But somehow we will try to make it. There are many people at the theatre will like to say thank you to him, " he says.
the first of the jazz up your staff meeting at the royal dramatic theatre since Eirik Stubøs departure on Monday.
the Meeting was a way to collect all the staff after the conference. The staff was informed about the situation now and how we will work forward, until we get a new theater, " says Lena Törner, press officer at the royal dramatic theatre.
the fall release of the new performances at the royal dramatic theatre takes place on april 24 and it will be a repertoire that is established by Eirik Stubø, as well as the greater part of the next year's performances.
– basically, all The 2020 year's repertoire is already laid and it is Eiriks repertoire, " says Lena Törner.
– It is very mixed feelings, but all will do their utmost to work forward. Now, we focus on the höstrepertoaren and to recruit a new theater, " she says.
by the operators welcomed the board's decision to allocate Eirik Stubø on Monday. Simon Norrthon, the chairman of the Swedish theatre union, believe it is important that the royal Dramatic theatre's employees now get a chance to talk through what has happened:
– As I understand it if you put a lot of effort into conversations, people talk and give expression to their reactions. You need to create a common picture, both of what has happened and what will happen in the future in order to get any kind of recreation, " says Simon Norrthon.
A concern. I interpret it as a natural expression that has lost its leader. When the boss disappears, something happens in the chemistry at a workplace. What you liked about the boss, you have to create a new understanding.
" No. It is complex with Eirik is that he was the different kinds of head. He was both the artistic director, ceo and a director. And it is clear that for any, he was very good in one feature and some in another, and for someone in all three roles.
"I wish that Metro employees can work in peace now to work forward and to interact with the new leadership so that it will be good in the theatre," says Simon Norrthon.
that the present situation has arisen as a result of deficiencies in the organization - weaknesses that the ceo has been responsible for:
" I want to emphasize that we are where we are because the board did not have the confidence of their ceo. They felt that it needed a new ceo for the repeats that are required in order to take hold of the deficiencies in the working environment. I say it because I think it is unfortunate that the responsibility has now fallen in the lap. The responsibility for this situation and its solution lies with the board of directors and management. Our role as trade unions is to interact, and to point out deficiencies, and to propose solutions, " says Simon Norrthon.
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