Romeo & Juliet

Romeo & Juliet

MishMash has, in the storytelling style, made a unique interpretation of William Shakespeare's classic ''Romeo & Juliet''.

Romeo and Juliet -two joyless teenagers- meet at a party and fall madly in love with each other. However, the enmity between their families -Montegues and Capulets- makes everything very complicated. As the young lovers strive to hold on to their love, the course of events drifts them to the tragic end.

The modern approach of MishMash brings the opportunity to re-understand the profoundity of Shakespeare's classic through the diversity of actors' skills, which oscillates from corporal mime to acrobatics, from tragic chorus to clown.


Written by William Shakespeare
Adapted and Performed by Jens Molander / Bruno Rigobello, Päivi Raninen, Elif Temuçin, Erkan Uyanıksoy
Supervised by Ole Brekke
Special Thanks to The Commedia School and Teatergruppen Batida
Duration: 40 minutes
Language: English
Age group: 12+
Technical requirements: 6*6 meters of stage area.
Refusion: Godkent

They only have themselves. A black backdrop, maybe – but no props, no advanced light design, no scenography. All they need is the ability to act together, to create pictures and dissolve them, to vary between slow and fast, high and low, strong and delicate, warm and cold. They are mere actors with a great physical expression.
— Janken Varden / Teateravisen, Denmark

           SHOWS 2013 – 2017

  • Herlev Medborgerhus / Herlev, Denmark - October 2017
  • Vendsyssel Teater / Hjørring, Denmark - October 2017
  • Danmarks Internationale Gadeteater Festival / Tour in Denmark - August 2017
  • Batidas Teaterhus / Copenhagen, Denmark - June 2017
  • 21st Biennial of Art / Poznan, Poland - May 2017
  • Konserthus / Vellinge, Sweden - May 2017
  • Aprilfestival / Sønderborg, Denmark - April 2017
  • Teatret Møllen / Haderslev, Denmark - April 2017
  • Odsherreds Gymnasium / Asnæs, Denmark - April 2017
  • Teatro Adolfo Llaurado / Havana, Cuba - February 2017 
  • Teatro de La Villa / Havana, Cuba - February 2017
  • Teater Nordkraft / Aalborg, Denmark – November 2016
  • Helsingør Teater / Helsingør, Denmark – November 2016
  • Roskilde Teater / Roskilde, Denmark – November 2016
  • Teatret Gruppe 38 / Aarhus, Denmark – November 2016
  • 18th China Shanghai International Arts Festival / Shanghai, China – October 2016
  • Amager Børneteater Festival / Copenhagen, Denmark – October 2016
  • Dunkers Kulturhuset / Helsingborg, Sweden – September 2016
  • Ørstedskolen / Rudkøbing, Denmark – September 2016
  • Horsens Theatre Festival / Horsens, Denmark – September 2016
  • Tivolihuset / Höganäs, Sweden – September 2016
  • RainbowFest / St.Petersburg, Russia – May 2016
  • :Danish+ / Aarhus, Denmark – May 2016
  • Aprilfestival / Frederiksberg, Denmark – April 2016
  • 20th Bursa International Theatre Festival / Bursa, Turkey – October 2015
  • Riksteatern Utbudsdag / Hässleholm, Sweden – October 2015
  • Malmö Sommarscen / Malmö, Sweden – July 2015
  • Underverket / Malmö, Sweden – May 2015
  • Aprilfestival / Frederikssund, Denmark – April 2015
  • Helsingør Teater / Helsingør, Denmark – September 2014
  • SommarLund 2014 / Lund, Sweden – August 2014
  • 37th Festival de Teatro Clásico de Almagro / Almagro, Spain – July 2014
  • Mazettisalen / Malmö, Sweden – April 2014
  • Ungdomens Hus / Malmö, Sweden – April 2014
  • Aprilfestival / Holstebro, Denmark – April 2014
  • Vestjyllands Højskole / Ringkøbing, Denmark – March 2014
  • Teatret OM / Ringkøbing, Denmark – March 2014
  • Malmö Festivalen / Malmö, Sweden – August 2013
  • 8th International Eskişehir Theatre Festival / Eskişehir, Turkey – May 2013
  • Tiyatro Tempo / Ankara, Turkey – May 2013
  • Sahne Hal / Istanbul, Turkey – May 2013
  • Augustenborgs Botaniska Takträdgårdar / Malmö, Sweden – March 2013
  • Batidas Teaterhus / Copenhagen, Denmark – March 2013