Pang Boom Crash

Illustration: Amandus Lindblad

DATES

Saturday 1/4 – 19:00 – Premiere

Sunday 2/4 – 16:00

Week 14

Tuesday 4/4 – 19:00

Wednesday 5/4 – 19:00

Thursday 6/4 – 19:00

Week 15

Wednesday 12/4 19:00

Thursday 13/4 – 19:00

Friday 14/4 – 19:00

Saturday 15/4 – 19:00

Sunday 16/4 – 16:00

Week 16

Wednesday 19/4 – 19:00

Thursday 20/4 – 19:00

Friday 21/4 – 19:00

Saturday 22/4 – 19:00

Week 17

Wednesday 26/4 – 19:00

Thursday 27/4 – 19:00

Friday 28/4 – 19:00

Saturday 29 /4 – 15:00

Saturday 29/4 – 19:00

Week 18

Saturday 6/5 – 19:00

Sunday 7/5 – 16:00

Vecka 13

Lördag 1/4 – 19:00 – Urpemiär

Söndag 2/4 – 16:00  

Vecka 14

Tisdag  4/4 – 19:00

Onsdag 5/4 – 19:00 

Torsdag 6/4 – 19:00

Vecka 15

Onsdag  12/4   19:00

Torsdag 13/4 – 19:00

Fredag 14/4 – 19:00

Lördag 15/4 – 19:00

Söndag 16/4 – 16:00

Vecka 16

Onsdag 19/4 – 19:00

Torsdag 20/4  – 19:00

Fredag 21/4  – 19:00

Lördag 22/4 – 19:00

Vecka 17

onsdag 26/4 –   19.00

Torsdag 27/4  – 19:00 

Fredag 28/4 –   19:00 

Lördag 29 /4 –   15:00

Lördag 29/4 – 19:00

Vecka 18

Lördag 6/5 – 19:00

Söndag 7/5 – 16:00

“This is not music,” said the theater director, covering his ears as The Merry Widow was presented to him. The year was 1905 and the authors were asked to leave the Theater an der Wien immediately.

With unwavering faith in their work, they remained despite everything and fought under impossible conditions. Against all odds, the creators, along with the ensemble, pushed The Merry Widow to its premiere. The low budget production which later became the most played and loved operetta in the world.

Pang Boom Crash – a Widow is Born is a riveting story about the people behind the hit. About the passion for music and performing arts in a euphoric and contradictory period at the beginning of the last century. In a pre-war era where arms race and nationalism lurked beneath the innocent surface. A development then that is reminiscent of Europe today. Andrea Tarrodi’s newly composed music is a bridge to the classic and well-known music from The Merry Widow by Franz Lehàr. A rare musical meeting between past and present with text by Andreas Boonstra. After an idea by Jonas Nerbe.

Ensemble

Ensemble

Robert Noack, Tenor – Franz Lehár

Agnes Wästfelt, Soprano– Mizzi Günther

Jonas Nerbe, Tenor – Louis Treuman

Astrid Banck Linderoth, Soprano – Annie Wünsch

Oskar Roslund, Tenor – Karl Meister

Orchestra

String quartet with clarinet.
Musician TBA