Soup Troupe & The Really Small Theatre Company are proud to present
the first ever performance of the English version of
Written in 1893, Sylvi reflects the mores and preoccupations of the time – although it was ahead of its time. It is a tale of marital disharmony, passion and betrayal lurking behind a façade of respectability, and Sylvi pays the price.
The production is a tribute to Minna Canth, to her writing and her progressive feminist views. We are presenting Sylvi as a period piece in language and style, with specially arranged musical accompaniment. Don’t miss it!
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|Sylvi Vahl||Lotta Heikkinen|
|Aksel Vahl||Christian Jull|
|Viktor Hoving||Henrikki Haavisto|
|Karin Löfberg||Anastasia Diatlova|
|Elin Grönkvist||Erna Bodström|
|Anni Vidgren||Sarah Puukka|
|Mrs Hake||Riikka Faucher|
|Pastor Sohlman||Arnaud Praplan|
|Directors||Pauliina Munukka and Joan Nordlund|
|Original music||René Gothóni|
Production supported by Oskar Öflunds Stiftelse sr.