WHAT DO WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT ECONOMY?/2018

Stefan Åkesson

Based on the book “Talking to My Daughter About the Economy – a Brief History of Capitalism” by Yanis Varoufakis

Director: Anja Suša
Stage Design: Helga Bumsch
Composer: Igor Gostuški
Choreographer: Damjan Kecojević
Costume and wig design: Maja Mirković
Sound Design: Jonas Redig
Light Design: Tomas Fredriksson
Mask Design: Josefin Ekerås
Director assistant: Felicia Stjärnsand

CAST: Stefan Abelsson, Caisa-Stina Forssberg, Iskra Kostić, Rasmus Lindgren, Mats Nahlin, Ulf Rönnerstrand, Nemanja Stojanović, Ove Wolf

Photo: Ola Kjelbye

Production: Backa Teater, Gothenburg, Sweden, December 7, 2018

http://www.stadsteatern.goteborg.se/globalassets/backa/for-larare/lararmaterial_ekonomi.pdf

A world economy clown show.

(…) Yanis Varoufakis has written the book “Talking to my daughter about the economy” in an ambition to get young people to believe in their ability to make a difference and to think of new ways of building society (…) Anja Suša makes a thrilling performance about power, money and debt, for children. A kind of democratization of the economic conversation (…), an odyssey through the economic history of humanity and the making available of the diffuse concept that we often give up to the economists.

“What we are talking about …” is fun and pedagogical without being prejudiced, humble before the fact that it is not easy to give an exhaustive and satisfactory answer to why the world looks like it does, to a twelve-year-old who is loaded with questions like “but why?” EXPRESSEN

(http://www.stadsteatern.goteborg.se/backa-teater/pa-scen/2018-2019/anjas/)