Prices from 375 SEK
Ingmarsspelen is based on Selma Lagerlöf's magnificent novel Jerusalem and is a strong story about the people who chose to emigrate to the "Holy Land" in 1896. The Summer Theatre has been performed for sixty years and has received some great reviews thanks to professional actors and local actors, good direction, the beautiful venue at Västerdalälven and, of course, the plot highlighted in Rune Lindström's script.Book
Director: Martin Lindström.
In the cast:
Täpp Kerstin Arnesson (Gertrud)
Anna Eiding (Karin Ingmarsdotter)
Byns Mats Larsson (Tims Halvar)
Hans Ström (Hök Mats)
Hans Kumlien (Stark Ingmar)
Fredrik Lexfors (Hellgum)
Mats Lissjanis ( Auktionist)
Ida Johansson (Nämndemans Gunhild)
Drängorkester ( Sofia Östling, Mats Lissjanis, Mattias Lundgren, Jakob Ainegren)
Coffee services open 2 hours before each performance.
Craft village, art exhibition.
Emigrant exhibition and slideshow.
Vintage car exhibition Sunday.
The area is handicap accessible and a hearing loop is available.
Blankets are available for rent, rain poncho available for purchase.
Performance duration: 2.5 hours with a 20-minute break.
Admission to parquet at least 30 minutes before the start of the performance.
The park consists of large grassy areas with good accessibility to all facilities.
The theatre is erected under the open sky with free placement on benches. Possibility to bring your own chair. Umbrella is not allowed.
Mosquito repellent and cap/hat can be good to have with you.