It becomes vampyrshow with tramporgel when Turteatern put up ”Nosferatu” – very freely after the FW murnau's legendary film from 1922, which, in turn, was a disguised adaptation of ”Dracula” (Bram stoker's heirs went to court). It is just titelpersonen that pops up from the movie, here are no victims for the count to sink your teeth into. Except possibly the children in the audience then, but the Nosferatu assures us that the bloodthirst already is appeased for the day.
the Story has also been deprived of its themes and is exempted from the anti-semitic connotations. Still make themselves the horror, that feeling and reaction, and ”Nosferatu” at Turteatern becomes an inviting experiment in what is scary.
the vampire that offers mixed skräcknummer. It was puckelryggiga the figure welcomes visitors to its castle, which most resembles a black circus tent. The site seems to be particularly haunted by boredom, which makes the lone duke eric magnusson received are forced to entertain themselves with thinking out of mischief.
From the solotillvaron send the vampire is also the unanswered letter to no less than Death. Perhaps there will be no response to the Death has a brain of poop, gormar an increasingly frustrated Nosferatu, to premiärpublikens wild delight.
To help the Nosferatu a hand puppet that is supposed to be a bat, and the orgelspelande rodent Råttrik. It leads to the dance-like incidents, as much as the fearsome dånanden.
in dialogue with the children, including will of the Nosferatu to hide handdockan in rockfickan. It makes that the horror becomes its dramatic connotations and magkittlande at the same time. Maria Zakrisson Mortensson manages free the audience's exclamations, but that the idea loses momentum.
murnau's film is among other things known for ominösa shadows, with the main character's claw-like hands reaching for beautiful necks. The playful lighting in the Marie Nikazm Bakken the set of leaves not some expressionist impression, but contributes skillfully to sudden changes and varied moods.
some believe that the name Nosferatu comes from the Greek word for vector, and ”Nosferatu” turns undeniably Turteatern to a skräckhärd in the most fun sense of the word.
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