- Jonh Fiske

Kesselofski & Fiske presenterade en ny föreställning med premiär den 18 februari 2016 på Reginateatern i Uppsala.

Spelas härnäst på Riksteaterns utbudsdag i Västerås den 11/2 och på Kristianstad Teaterförening den 18/5 2017.

Föreställningen heter What could possibly go wrong? och är en komedi med musik av och med John Fiske. Den spelas både för en vuxen publik men också för elever som går i gymnasier och årskurs 9. Den spelas i första hand på engelska, men kan eventuellt komma att spelas på svenska också.

What could possibly go wrong? Western civilisation is obsessed with success even though most of us have a talent for the opposite. Incompetence and misfortune is what we are good at. Take a seaman called Lars Olsson. Having survived the sinking of the Titanic he immediately took a job on another ship. On its first trip it also hit an iceberg and sank. Once again Olsson managed to survive but it is said that from that day on he suffered stomach-ache. Or take an inventor called Thomas Midgley who died truly believing he had contributed inventions of value to the world. These included adding lead to petrol and the use of Freon in fridges, probably two of the biggest environmental mistakes mankind has made in the last hundred years. Shit happens, Sod's law applies and a dropped toast and marmalade will always land with the marmalade side down.

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Paul Kessel and John Fiske first met in 1974 on a football pitch in Liverpool (7.84 Touring Company v the Everyman Theatre 1-3) and took an immediate dislike to each other...

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Kesselofski & Fiske look after a very select number of international groups in Scandinavia.
Scandinavian Agency for: 
The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain (GB)
Companhia do Chapito (Portugal)
Familie Flöz (DE)

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"Scoring A Bullseye!", "As usual the set is a masterpiece if just a bit on the minimal side, although with their massive acting talents, scenery would just be a distraction." "Funny? I almost split my crotch!"

"Very, very funny"
The Guardian, England

"Humour as a weapon against tragedy. Dreadfully funny"
Politiken, Copenhagen, Denmark

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