the Benefit of reading Today's News is that you can go back to take part of the Carl Tham call the ”biased reportage”. You should then find that it is about conventional journalism that DN is ongoing to highlight the situation of the country's most important cultural institutions, including the royal dramatic theatre. One of the latest examples is an interview with actor Julia Dufvenius, who openly told me about how she been provided with personal protection equipment in order to dare to take themselves to and from his work on one of the Dramatic scenes. Whether this is to be regarded as ”hysterically speaking” leaves I to the reader to judge.
the problems at the royal dramatic theatre is a loss to the Swedish cultural life and to the theatre's board of directors carries on a great responsibility for this. However, not in the way that he describes. If the royal Dramatic theatre's board of directors had intervened earlier in the untenable situation had Eirik Stubøs imperative qualities as an artistic director able to continue to be taken advantage of, also under reasonable working conditions for all involved. It had ultimately been the best for the national stage and its audience.
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