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raketa.nu art project  at Dramaten, 29 november 2009,

r . team presents:  D R A M A O K E !

r a k e t a  is landing for a day @ the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm
a hole in the wall - a new script made from all the pieces played in the
house autum 2009
We invite the visitors of the Royal Dramatic Theater to take part in this
new play
the text was displayed on the facade of the house.

Royal Dramatic Theatre . Nybroplan Stockholm . November 28th . 11am - 3 pm
http://www.dramaten.se/Dramaten/Forestallningar/Oppet-hus-i-advent/

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