Astrid Lindgren's adventurous classic
Mio, my Mio is a magnificent and beautiful tale that raises thoughts about life and death, the good and the evil, and the power of love.
Bo Vilhelm Olson lives with foster parents who think it was an accident to get him in the house. One day he sits alone on a bench, something strange happens and he is led to the land in the distance. There his father waits for the king, who has longed for him since he was born. He's not called Bo, he's called Mio and is a prince, and he's so nice, so nice to his father the king.
What Mio does not know is that his fate has been determined for thousands of years, and now the journey awaits the Land Out and the battle against Knight Kato.
Mio, my Mio is an adventure of belonging and imagination. It is a tale of lack and loneliness, friendship and evil, and the strong bond between children and parents.
A guest play from Teatret Vårt and Nordland Theater
To be played on Oslo New Tram Stables from June 5 and under Hedda days 11-16. June 2019