For the last time…

img_0116-1Tonight, the last performance with our set of “Arsenic and old Lace”. I’m playing two roles. First, I’m playing the pastor in the play, pastor Harper. He is not only a man by the church, he’s also a widower. He mostly talks about his friendship to the two main characters in the play – the Brewster’s sisters, Abby and Martha. He’s unaware of what’s going on in there house in Brooklyn – year in 1940. After that he leaves the stage, about 8 scenes later – I’m switching to the character of a doctor. A doctor with a main job to switch looks on people, mostly his partner’s, the lost son of the Brewster family, Jonathan Brewster. In the role as the doctor, I’m talking with a German accent all the time and it’s both difficult and fun, but I’m succeeding with it, according to the audience’s opinion. 🙂 The doctor has to be a German doctor, because his name is Dr. Hermann Einstein and I play him the rest of the play.  What he and his partner Jonathan doing in the play, or what they have done before their escape from the police, is a task for the audience to see? 😉

What am I have play later is not clear, besides an already ongoing set of “Alice in Wonderland” with another theatre group. I know it’s three other plays to start shortly and I’m hoping to play in one of them.

…So if you’re reading this post – perhaps I find myself on stage in that moment and hopefully responds on your feedback later. 🎭

…Till then, be patient – I,ll be back. 🙂

© Björn Blomqvist 2016-10-01

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Björn Blomqvist

Published Poet with B.A. In Art History and B.A. in History too. Blogs about Art and Culture encounters, art analysis and about history and trevels. Still writing on my first novel and meanwhile a lot of Poetry. Some kind of Word Artist...


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