My true selves – Unga Klara

Premiere film version July 22, 2020 Premiere theatre production 2011 Age recommendation 9+. SCRIPT Erik Uddenberg TRANSLATOR Gabriella Berggren DIRECTOR Gustav Deinoff MUSIC Kalle Bäccman COSTUME DESIGN Elin Hallberg CINEMATOGRAPHY Shazi Özdemir CAMERA ASSISTANT Joel Brunskog SOUND AND SOUND MIX…

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Premiere film version July 22, 2020
Premiere theatre production 2011

Age recommendation 9+.

SCRIPT
Erik Uddenberg

TRANSLATOR
Gabriella Berggren

DIRECTOR
Gustav Deinoff

MUSIC
Kalle Bäccman

COSTUME DESIGN
Elin Hallberg

CINEMATOGRAPHY
Shazi Özdemir

CAMERA ASSISTANT
Joel Brunskog

SOUND AND SOUND MIX
Manne Kjellander

EDITING AND AFX
Fares Qadri and Franco Veloz

CAST
Klas Lagerlund
Nina Rashid
Parwin Hoseinia
Rita Lemivaara
Victor Ström
Yarien Rodriguez

ALSO APPEARING
Alma André, Alma Huss, Astrid Kakuli, Anna Thiam, Bashkim Neziraj,
David Arnesen, Elomon Gutarra, Edvin Hyttsten Gripenholm, Errol Kakuli,
Erik Karlberg, Freja Alfvén, Farnaz Arbabi, Fred Brusewi, Greta Hemström,
Ingrid Kakuli, Joni Gäfvert, Judit Hagerfors, Kitty Chan, Klara Gattbro,
Lucinda Borg-Barsotti, Leia Stenvall Nord, Lea Wadström, Matilda Hyttsten,
Noa Williams, Naomi Solomon, Noor Arbabi Ohlin, Rebecca Ivarsson,
Siri Hyttsten Gripenholm, Sam Knight, Stefan Hansen, Tuva Huss,
Vittorio Svensson, Walter Andersson and others.

Script supervisor: Naomi Solomon
First assistant director: Klara Gattbro
Snack supervisor: Rebecca Ivarsson
Food supervisor: Eduardo Flores
Technician: Torbjörn Gjers
Costume technician and props: Camilla Frick Isberg
Technical supervisor: Kristian Nielsen
Marketing and communication: Christina Molander
Drama teacher and school contact: Julian Vigil
Producer: Katta Pålsson
Artistic directors: Farnaz Arbabi and Gustav Deinoff
CEO: Stefan Hansen

“My true selves” is a critically acclaimed and interactive play about identity, playing with the idea that we do not only have one core, but many. The play is the starting-point for an in-depth conversation about identity and norm-criticism. It has mainly been played in classrooms, with interaction with the audience intertwined in the play. The play provides unique opportunities for a genuine encounter and exchange between the audience and the actors, as a group experience as well as on an individual level. It is an ongoing vital platform for a series of highly rewarding encounters with numerous audiences of children and young adults, and has been staged abroad in cities such as Reims (France), Washington D.C., Houston (USA), Johannesburg (South Africa), Beijing (China), Pskov, St. Petersburg (Russia), Istanbul (Turkey) and Sulemania (Kurdistan, Iraq).

www.ungaklara.se

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