LODDARINN Playing at National Theatre in Iceland 4/27 - 5/11
LODDARINN, directed by Stefan Metz, will play at the National Theatre in Iceland from April 27th to May 11th, 2019.
French playwright Molière is a true master of comedy and his play about the piano Tartuffe is one of his most popular works.
The hypocrite Tartuffe has succeeded in gaining the confidence and admiration of the housekeeper Orgon and wrapping him around his fingers, his family for unbearable misery. Gradually, Tartuffe is beginning to manage the lives of the household. When Orgon then gets flying in the head to marry her daughter Tartuffe are good advice animals.
The director of the exhibition, Stefan Metz, is well-known to Icelandic theater performers for exhibitions such as the Eldraun and Watch from the bridge.
Hallgrímur Helgason means the work, which is in acting poetry.
Discussions will be offered after the 6th exhibition. The discussion takes about 20 minutes.
For tickets and more information, please visit http://www.leikhusid.is/syningar/loddarinn