the Reactions to the theatre was brought after the SVT-documentary about Josefin Nilsson. Eirik Stubø have in recent days been on a trip abroad, but on Wednesday morning he appeared in the broadcast of the ”P1-morgon”.
" I think that many internally at the royal dramatic theatre is concerned. There is a concern internally at the royal dramatic theatre which is reminiscent of the concern and outrage that you can find among our audience, " says Eirik Stubø.Image 1 of 3 the royal Dramatic theatre's manager, Eirik Stubø. Photo: Magnus Hallgren Slide 2 of 3 the royal Dramatic theatre's manager, Eirik Stubø. Photo: Magnus Hallgren Slide 3 of 3 the royal Dramatic theatre's manager, Eirik Stubø. Photo: Magnus Hallgren Slideshow
He was also asked during the radio interview about what it is the employees at the royal dramatic theatre is concerned.
– first, you see everyone who watched the documentary on SVT Play is strongly affected by it. It is a startling document, and what you get take part of which makes a strong impression. The second is that the royal dramatic theatre, greeted by criticism, and very very strong känsloladda approach, especially in social media. It touches and hits many of our employees, " says Eirik Stubø to ”P1-morgon”.
also the news that the royal dramatic theatre in stockholm earlier in the week decided to set up two performances, and thus lay down a current piece.
" It was a collective assessment that we did after, because of many factors. Secondly, the consideration of employees, not only the actors on the stage, but also to others who work at the theatre. It felt right to do it, and it was a decision that I think pushed themselves forward, " says Eirik Stubø.
Dramatenchefen will on Thursday hold a meeting with the entire ensemble at the theater, to discuss the situation, and what action is being taken.
" We will, of course, to talk about the situation of the royal dramatic theatre is in the now, and how we jointly take through to us, he says to ”P1-morgon”.