September 18th-19th 2020
'Pynt' is a portrait of a young woman who is admitted to the psychiatric ward due to an eating disorder.
Time & place
September 18th and 19th at 20:00
Teaterøen, William Wains Gade 11, 1432 Copenhagen, Denmark
About the event
'Pynt' is a portrait of a young woman who is admitted to the psychiatric ward due to an eating disorder. From here, she tells her story that revolves around the beloved brother, their eccentric guardian, the relationship with the mysterious Alfrida and the ex-husband Mr. Johansen, as well as serious problems in finding oneself in their own body and identity. Her memories are mixed with everyday life in the ward, desperation, fantasies, imaginations, feelings and fears, written especially evocatively in Bjørn Rasmussen's prose, which is intuitive, harsh, tender and ruthless in treating the sick person's shame and self-punishment, and the society, she lives in.
Starring : Josefine Elfrida Hartvig Twisttmann
Director : Simon Twistmann
Playwright, author : Bjørn Rasmussen
Producer : Teater Fråds
The café opens half an hour before the show begins, where there will be the opportunity to buy drinks.