Lost in Translation on Your Living City

Your Living City is doing a ticket give away for Lost in Translation. People are writing their funny “lost in translation” moments in Sweden. Some of the stories are classic. I would love to play with them in the theater. Yay for new inspiration. Book tickets now for the Spring. Believe it or not, they are already going fast! www.improco.se

Lost in Translation – in the news!

Lost in Translation posterLost in Translation premiered to a sold out crowd this past Friday October 19th. We have now sold out the entire run this Fall. The show has been extended, the first show released is January 19th, 2013. Tickets are going fast!

More info: http://lostintranslationimprov.com/

Book here: http://improco.se/forestallningar/lostintranslation

Things audience members said:

“I haven’t laughed that hard in months”

“That was therapeutic”

“Every line was spot on”

The show has been written about in 4 online publications.

Review: Eken magasin: http://www.ekenmagasin.se/kultur-nojesliv/foerestallningar-utstallningar/item/832-välgjort-om-det-typiskt-svenska

Your Living City: http://yourlivingcity.com/your-new-city/lost-translation-improv-show-english/

The Local: http://www.thelocal.se/43930/20121019/

Lost in Stockholm: http://lostinstockholm.com/2012/10/01/win-tickets-to-lost-in-translation-comedy-show-in-stockholm/

Action Impro

Action Impro, which was produced by Improvisation & Co., was one of the funnest shows I have ever been a part of. It was a dream of mine to combine the intensity of an action movie with the spontaneity of an improv show and see what happened. The cast trained hard on stage fighting moves with the guidance of the best of the best in Sweden, Stockholm’s stuntgruppen. It was exhilarating because stage fighting is usually so rehearsed and so precise, but we wanted to do it improvised, so we needed to find and comfort level to where we could fight well and be safe at the same time. The show was a success and we also brought it to the Chicago Improv festival in 2011.

It was amazing to work with the wonderful talents of Robert Weitz, Anders Petterqvist, Jenny Björk, My Gudmansdotter, Maria Olofson, Joakim Ahl, and Olov Häggmark.

Lost in Translation – The Improv show!

DOES THE EXPERIENCE OF LIVING IN SWEDEN FEEL OVERWHELMING, CONFUSING, AND FRUSTRATING SOMETIMES? THEN YOU SHOULD COME AND SEE THE NEW IMPROV COMEDY SHOW, LOST IN TRANSLATION, AND LAUGH AT OUR CULTURAL DIFFERENCES WITH THESE SPECIAL PEOPLE CALLED SWEDES!

IMPROVISATION & CO. IS SWEDEN’S ONLY INTERNATIONAL IMPROV COMEDY CLUB. GRAB A TABLE WITH FRIENDS, HAVE A DRINK AND ENJOY THE SHOW IN AN ENVIRONMENT WHERE YOU CAN’T HELP BUT HAVE FUN!

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE!!

This is my new show, and yes it is in English. For more info visit our Facebook page! https://www.facebook.com/LostInTranslationImprovShow

The cast: Josh Lenn, Robert Weitz, Veronica Bergström, Katarina Wahlberg, and Maria Olofsson on the keyboard!