CTC Fringe Festival 2016

CTC Fringe Festival 2016

Three nights. Ten plays. Twelve directors. Join us for music, drama and suspense when Copenhagen Theatre Circle stages its second Fringe Festival: a series of one-act plays showcasing upcoming directors, playwrights and actors over three nights of solid entertainment.

When & Where?

All shows will be performed at Krudttønden, Serridslevvej 2, Østerbro. The performances will be Thursday 26 May, Friday 27 May and Saturday 28 May at 7:30pm.


Tickets are now available from our tickets page. The ticket price is 50 DKR per night. The ticket gives access to all plays on the chosen date and for that night only.

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The plays

Thursday 26 May 2016

Revenant by Marco Nicoletti

Directed by Philippe Cabasset

A live stage reading that allows the audience to discover the story of Jacquot who went missing several years earlier. Even though he acts strangely and looks different, his parents still love him. Is he really the one who went missing? The show is articulated by reading and recording scenes.


Lena Bjerregaard

Micah Epstein

Alun Thomas

and the voices of Caroline Rabaliatti and Sébastien Pruneta

Brighton Beach Memoirs by Neil Simon

Directed by Annelie Lund

Inspired by Brighton Beach Memoirs, this play focuses on Nora and what it’s like to be a teenager with a creative dream during the Depression in New York.


Laurie: Astrid Lund

Nora: Silke Thorsager

Blanche: Annelie Lund

Brian’s Self Belief by Eric Maganga

Directed by Eric Maganga

In this coming of age story, an insecure brother learns to navigate through romantic interests and value himself as a person with the help of a boisterous sister. For all the strong silent types!


Franceso Lombardi

Laone Tsimakoko

Nicoletta Leo

Astrid Lund

Before Breakfast by Eugene O’Neill

Directed by Federica Genovese

In this monologue, a 30-year-old woman, worn out by years of unhappy marriage, vents her frustration while preparing breakfast. Her dramatic outburst will lead to unexpected consequences.


Mrs Rowland: Seraina Nett

Alfred: Nino Burini


Friday 27 May 2016

The Sandalwood Box by Mac Wellman

Directed by Carlos Calvo

A comedy that follows student Marsha Gates, whose voice mysteriously disappeared “by an act of the Unseen” on a trip to an unrecognisable, oneiric and tropical Amager. On this journey, she will move from seeking comfort in petty, literal thinking to confronting some of the big metaphysical questions of all times, spurred on by encounters which defy a linear perception of reality.


Lapdiang Syiem

Kristen Flanagan

Carlos Calva

Eva Pérez

Kristian Tangvik

Sound design: Kristian Tangvik

Assistant Director: Eva Pérez

Waiter To The Rescue by Sajjad Paul

Directed by Sajjad Paul

When Malik realises that he has totally forgotten about his anniversary while in a fancy restaurant, he quickly tips the waiter a bit extra for some extra services as his wingman to get him out of this crisis. Good idea – or is it? Well, it’s too late to go back now anyway.


Sajjad Paul

Astrid Lund

Lars Max

A Rose Would Still Smell Sweet by Anna Pliachkounova

Directed by Anna Pliachkounova

What’s in a name? Everything and nothing! When we care, the name is dear and personal. When we don’t, the name is a mere abstraction. Two women, two roses, two different lives, two different histories and yet…


Layla: Nicoletta Leo

Juliet: Irina Norberg

Sheherezade: Bani Gill


Saturday 28 May 2016

The Wit is Out by Rachel Kador and Nicole Wardell

Directed by Rachel Kador and Nicole Wardell

Older and wiser?…Well, meet Ethel and Peg. They might beg to differ. Let them take you on a musical ride of emotions where you can be the judge of whether they still have their wits about them!


Rachel Kador

Nicole Wardell

The Bond by Amy Lowell and Robert Frost, adapted for the stage by Walter Wykes

Directed by Roxzan Bowes

White waves. Dazzling snow. Dishes aren’t a home. Three women’s stories entwine as they each attempt to break free from their isolated country lives.

Maggie: Malene Ford

June: Liubov Aleksandrova

Ruth: Roxzan Bowes

#Wonderland by Seraina Nett, Sara Juntunen and cast, inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice In Wonderland

Directed by Seraina Nett and Sara Juntunen

“We’re all mad here. I’m mad. You’re mad.” “How do you know I’m mad?” said Alice. “You must be,” said the Cat, “Or you wouldn’t have come here.”

Alice: Ella Hardy

Cheshire Cat: Gizem Mutlu

Other Characters #1: Kristen Flanagan

Other Characters #2: Heini Haapaniemi