Libretto/Music/lyrics/manuscript by Rune Sundby Characters: Alexandersson: He Owns the “Olympia” theatre. A nice and ambitious man. Arnold: Bartender at the “Theatre Café”, and this is where the whole play is taking place. He is the one you can “talk” to, and he knows everything about everyone. George: Married to Caroline and is a coming composer but a poor […]
Libretto, text, music and script by Rune Sundby. This is a family musical about Captain Goldhook, Quick and Fast, his sailors and Silvertina and Silversword. The show is based on a tour around the coast or at a stationary harbor where a “masked” pirate ship can enter. It is also possible to put up the show on […]
ACE Production, in co-operation with PER C Production and Messukeskus is co-producing musical MAMMA MIA! in Finnish. MAMMA MIA! the smash hit musical is based on a selection of ABBA’s songs. It was originally premiered in London in 1999. Since then it has been produced in more than 50 countries, in 16 different languages and […]
Say “Charlie Chaplin” and the world envisages his unforgettable character – The Tramp – with the big shoes; hat; cane and moustache. Who was the man behind this act? The life story of Charlie Chaplin is as great as the movies we watch him in. He grew up in the London slums at the turn […]
Kristina from Duvemåla is a musical based on Vilhelm Mobergs books by Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus and Lars Rudolfsson.
Fanny and Alexander is a relationship drama filled with humor and love for the family. It is an intriguing, touching and magic story that also contains suffering, sadness and despair.
PlayMe is a totally new entertainment and musical concept suited for theater stage with adjoining virtual audition and real-life talent hunt, a web-based community, a record release as well as a an entertainment game offered in the internet.
As In Heaven is a musical drama based on the movie by Kay Pollak.
It is a story about travelling back, into yourself and finding your home.
It is a story about daring to live, and daring to love.
The Overcoat is a very funny comedy, but it is also a gripping statement about alienation in a world where laws and principles have become unfathomable and about the unquenchable desire to find happiness and love.
A Theatre Critic’s Death is a tragic-comedy about a director’s tribulations by Joakim Groth.