- Age: 8 - 12
- Duration: 60 mins.
- Presenter: Unga Klara
This event is for hospital patients only.
What it is about…
My true selves is a critically acclaimed and interactive classroom play about identity, playing with the idea that we do not only have one core, but many. The play is the starting-point for an in-depth conversation about identity and norm-criticism. It has mainly been played in classrooms, with interaction with the audience intertwined in the play. The play provides unique opportunities for a genuine encounter and exchange between the audience and the actors, as a group experience as well as on an individual level. It is an ongoing vital platform for a series of highly rewarding encounters with numerous audiences of children and young adults, and has been staged abroad in cities such as Reims (France), Pskov, St. Petersburg (Russia) and Sulemania (Kurdistan, Iraq).
About Unga Klara
Unga Klara was founded in 1975 and was appointed the national stage for children and the young audience in Sweden on January 1st, 2018. Unga Klara wants to provide all children and youth with high quality theater and drive the artistic development of theater with children's perspective both nationally and internationally. With the eyes set on the children of the future, Unga Klara is in constant dialogue with the society and the audience in the artistic process.