French theater has rarely been this well represented in Finland! This winter, you can choose between classic plays by Molière (The Imaginary Invalid at the Finnish National Theater or Tartuffe at Lilla teatern), modern French drama (Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage at the Kotka City Theater), a contemporary take on a surrealistic cult novel (Froth on the Daydream by Boris Vian at Svenska Teatern), or even the thrilling Vertigo, a take on the classic crime novel The living and the dead by Boileau-Narcejac already adapted for the cinema by Hitchcock himself, on the Lahti municipal theatre stage.
The Imaginary Invalid / Kansallisteatteri (in Finnish)
Tartuffe / Lilla teatern (in Swedish)
Froth on the Daydream / Svenska teatern (in Swedish)
God of Carnage / Kotkan kaupunginteatteri (In Finnish)
Vertigo / Lahden kaupunginteatteri (In Finnish)