A tale of liberation, a sonata, a dream, an awakening, a gothic cathedral, a lovely dress, a modernity machine, a metaphysical lecture, an overwhelming hornyness, a jealous delirium, a gender euphoria, bathroom graffiti, a spy thriller, a disruption of chronological time, an antidote to rationality and measurability, a re-enchantment of the world and a hymn to sensuousness.
Marcel Proust´epic masterpiece In search of Lost Time is a 4000 pages long attempt to put words to everything in existence that really cannot be described.
In spring 2019 a monologue dramatized from all seven parts of the novel premiered at Stockholms most innovative independent theatre, Orionteatern – directed by Maja Salomonsson and Nina Jeppsson.
From the childhood paradise of the lush town of Combray to the empty snobbery and positioning of the Parisian salon, to the violence of the first world war, actress/director Nina Jeppsson brought a large Proustian gallery of quirky characters to life. A virtuosity performance of such intensity and sense of ‘here and now’ that it blew the minds of audience and critics alike. After rave reviews and word getting around town, the rest of the run sold out completely. (Orionteatern)
Text and director Maja Salomonsson & Nina Jeppsson
On stage Nina Jeppsson
Set design Mats Sahlström
Composer Kent Olofsson
Choreography Andriana Seecker
Costume Johanna Mårtensson
Make up Linda Sandberg
Light design Raimo Nyman
Performance technician Marta Khomenko
Stage technician Ida Sundberg
Video design Johannes Ferm Winkler/Visual relief
Photo José Figueroa
Producer Agnes Rosenberg
Performed by Anna Lindal and Love Derwinger