Rejuvenated, our detective embarks on an ambitious project to expose the true extent of corruption through his own musical, but in a way where nobody gets hurt. But someone is going to get hurt and if he is not careful he will be the first in line. The people don´t want his reminders of the “spirits of corruption past, present and future”. They don´t want to sing and dance about it. When someone steals they want blood on the carpet. His musical has become a monster who he no longer controls and the only alternative is to kill it before he and his monster do any more damage. If he´s lucky he can save the title track “Greed´s a Bitch” by renaming it “Glad to be Rich”. Life´s a musical and we should keep it that way…is there any point in stirring the pot and pissing off the people in power?
Does his message: “Everyone can be a detective – lets wake up to Corruption” have any future at all or is it just the babblings of a confused, over-qualified deluded wanna-be superhero. You decide!#corruptionthemusical
With: Nigel Krishna Iyer(Script / Storyteller), Sigrun Merete Mongstad(Music, Song and Libretto), Marius Kolbenstvedt(Director), Kai Johnsen(Dramaturge),Vibeke Harper(Scenographer), Tine Asmundsen(Double Bass), Ingrid Lilja Arntzen(Percussion), Frank Havrøy(Song / Various instruments), Prabin Chandran(Multimedia), Henriette Vedel(Script Editor etc), and many more….
Corruption the Musical is supported by The Norwegian Arts Council (Kulturådet) and Dramatikkens hus.
Place: Ingensteds Hus, Brenneriveien 9, 0182 Oslo
Dates: 14, 15 & 16 March 2016
Show begins at 1900 hrs
Tickets 170/ 120 kr.Tickets at https://theatreofcorruption.ticketco.no