Anja Suša | What We Talk About when we Talk about the Economy
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About This Project

What We Talk About when we Talk about the Economy

Based on the book “Talking to my Daughter about the Economy” by Yanis Varoufakis

Adapted for stage by: Stefan Åkeson
Dramaturgy: Stefan Åkeson
Set Design: Helga Bumsch
Costume Design: Maja Mirković
Music: Igor Gostuški
Light Design: Thomas Fredrikson
Sound Design: Jonas Redig
Choreography: Damjan Kecojević
Director’s Assistant: Felicia Stjärnsand
Photo: Ola Kjelbye
Cast: Iskra Kostić, Nemanja Stojanović, Rasmus Lindgren, Ulf Rönnerstrand, Ove Wolf, Caisa-Stina Forssberg, Mats Nahlin and Anna  Harling
Production: Backa Teater, December 2018.

The world economy, cash flow and interest rates in a performance for 12-year-olds.

Does it sound difficult? Boring? Not according to Yanis Varoufakis who has written the book Talking to my daughter about the economy. In an ambition to make young people believe in their ability to make a difference and think of new ways to build our society, he explains how the world economy works, in a way that most people can understand.

Anja Suša directs a lively performance on power, money and debts, for kids. A sort of democratization of the talk on the economy. inspired by the well-known book. It is an odyssey through humanity’s economic history and an effort to make the strange world of economy accessible. A reclaim of what is somewhat the essence of our reality.