The PRESS says
Weiss’ ‘Happy Days’ is masterful: a stark and intelligent interpretation that will leave aftershocks in its audience. Go and see this play!
A terrible present, a future, that will only get worse, so all you can do is draw on the past. And you can retreat to imagination. The Cheyenne Are Leaving is intellectually challenging theatre.
Knud Overgaard Pedersen
It is a pure pleasure listening to Sue Hansen- Styles’s elegant diction as she superbly demonstrates just how skilled an actor she really is as she draws our attention into Asmussen’s abstract and intense universe poignant loneliness and longing for love.
MAIREAD is excellently written by the young Danish-Serbian Tanja Mastilo, as with a hint of stifling suspense a lá Agatha Christie, as well provocative unresolved a lá Beckett, has produced an inciting intense story that really questions the differences between ants, lions and people. A little new classic is born.
“At the end of the play, we are again emotionally battered by the poor characters on stage, and once again totally spellbound. Concepts like love, passion and revenge will never be the same again after having seen MAIREAD. “ (5 stars)
Our in-house writer Tanja Mastilo was awarded the prestigious Danish theatre award, Reumert, for “Playwright of the Year 2021” for her powerful piece The Cheyenne are Leaving. The play was performed at Teatret ved Sorte Hest in November 2020.
‘Best of 2021 Nominations’
- Honorary award: Sue Hansen-Styles (Happy Days)
- Best Director of the Year: Peter Dupont Weiss (Happy Days og Erna i Krig)
‘Best of 2019/2020 Nomination’
- Best Director of the season: Solbjørg Højfeldt (Dance With Me)
- Best female lead of the season: Sue Hansen-Styles (Dance With Me)
- Best production of a Classic play: Dance With Me
‘Best of 2018/2019 Nomination’
- Best foreign play: Mairead by Tanja Mastilo.