THE CHRONIC INNOCENCE to Play at The Royal Danish Playhouse
The drama, The Chronic Innocence will play at The Royal Danish Playhouse Aug. 20 through Sept. 21.
Experience this intimate theatre production of Klaus Rifbjerg's new classic about reaching adulthood.
Janus and Tore are friends. Tore is charismatic, wise and always one step ahead - also when it comes to troublemaking. Janus likes that. When Tore meets Helle, Janus is hardly jealous at all. He is in love with both Tore and Helle. Most of all, he wants Tore to have his sexual debut with Helle. But Helle is holding back. Instead, her mysterious and alluring mother, Mrs Junkersen, steps onto the scene.
Rifbjerg's play spanning the generations became a modern Danish classic long ago and is a dream come true for Director Elisa Kragerup, who will be staging an intimate version of The Chronic Innocence. Together, the audience and actors explore the euphoria and frustration associated with a first friendship, first love and sexual debut in this intriguing theatrical performance.
The cast features Simon Bennebjerg as "Janus," Morten Hee Andersen as "Tore," Sicilia Gadborg Høegh as "Helle," Charlotte Munck as "Fru Junkersen" and Maria Rossing as "Ellen."
For more information and tickets to The Chronic Innocence, tap here.