The Emperor of Portugal at Stadshotellet

Quality Hotel Skellefteå Stadshotell Group & Conference, Skellefteå

Jan and Kattrina are probably poor, but they and their beloved daughter Klara Fina Gulleborg have their cottage! She has been a sun and a joy ever since she was born seventeen years ago, quick-witted and beautiful and with an indescribable turn. When the new master wants to pay for the land where their cottage is located, Klara-Gulla offers to travel to Stockholm to earn what is needed.

And yes, she sends the money, but she herself stays in town. At home in Askedalarna, the gossip starts about how she actually got that money together. But Jan interprets the signs and creates his own truth about what happened, the daughter has been elevated to empress - and thus he is an emperor! He stops going to work, Kattrina has to support them both, every day he waits on the bridge for his daughter's wonderful return. When Klara-Gulla returns after fifteen long years, nothing will be as it was intended ...

In Västerbottensteatern's performance, it is Jan and Kattrina who together tell about what happened, about the hearts that came to life and throbbed with sadness and longing. It is about parents and children, about leaving and coming back, about reconciliation and guilt, and about a love that is so great that it both carries and destroys.

Ela Baumann, who did the choreography for the summer theater Tre Kärlekar is back and together with Caj Nyqvist they create the movement's movement and music. On stage are the radar couple from Släktkalaset, Mikael Lindgren and Anna "Pluck" Söderling.

ENG: The Emperor of Portugal. The story of Jan and Kattrina in Skrolycka and their beloved daughter Klara-Gulla. After a novel by the famous author and Nobel recipient Selma Lagerlöf. In Swedish.

Price information

Price: SEK 350 incl. coffee

Price youth/stud SEK 235 incl. coffee

Facts

Author: Selma Lagerlöf
Screenplay & direction: Åsa Ekberg
Set and costume design: Astrid Maya
Mask & wig: Helena Andersson
Participants: Mikael Lindgren, Anna "Pluck" Söderling