Det gulliga pojkslemmot – LUMOR & David Wiberg

Applauded one-person show where feminist cartoonists meet bedazzled Kulturman.

Young feminist cartoonist meets the well-meaning Kulturman in this one-person show about failed masculinity and self-images in disintegration.

After going to the bottom with his inner teenage girl Linnea in the successful performances Black Tulip and Diary Notes from a Basement Hole, David Wiberg is now dealing with his inner man. In Det gulliga pojkslemmot we get to meet the Malmö author Manne Törnlund, the retaliator Niels and Linnea, who have turned 21, moved to Malmö and started making comics.

The pompous Manne has passed its heyday: the cultural references and masterpieces belong to the 70s and the bohemian page has become gray and brittle. When the publisher asks him to write an autobiography, he hires the young, feminist cartoonist Linnea. She will make a comic book about his life and pave the way into the new era from which he feels excluded. David Wiberg glides between the characters in a humorous and poetic performance about failed masculinity, self-images in disarray and the longing to be a clear person.

Lumor is a performing arts company that has been active since 2004, and has collaborated with Dramaten, Malmö Dockteater and Unga Klara, among others.

David Wiberg is active in the performing arts and visual arts, one of the members of the humor collective Varanteatern and has received a lot of attention for his performances of the teenage girl Linnea.

By, with: David Wiberg | Director, adaptation: Paula Stenström Öhman | Set design, costume, makeup: Erika Magnusson | Set design, light, video: Markus Granqvist | Music, sound design: Stefan Johansson | Music, song: M​in Stora Sorg | Choreography: Malin Hellkvist Sellén | Co-production: David Wiberg, Paula Stenström Öhman & Lumor | Supported by Statens Kulturråd, Konstnärsnämnden and Stockholms Stad.

Language: swedish


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  • 7–10/12 2021
  • DOORS: 18.30 / ON STAGE: 19.00-20.20
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