Other projects

3,67 m (2011)

"3,67m" @JOKAklubi, Fluc Wien, 12.3.2011

Short solo act at Jokaklubi (club team: Tellervo Kalleinen, Niina Lehtonen-Braun and Mirka Raito), Fluc Vienna, 12 March 2011

Hän-triptyykki (2005)


HÄN-triptyykki (S/HE-Triptych) was a poetic solo performance dealing with issues of gender, power, language, human existence and sexuality. In Finnish language, we have the “neuter” form of he/she,”hän”. Which kinds of subversive interpretations does this unique form offer to us? Could it be an effective tool for challenging the normative and violent use of definitions and categorisations about unique human beings?

Concept, text and performance: Joonas Lahtinen
Part of the “Käytetty sukupuoli” (Used gender) event by Mysteeriteatteri at Café Soihtu, Helsinki, December 2005 – January 2006

Neuroosi – elon rytmi sekaisin (2006)

Neuroosi – elon rytmi sekaisin (Neurosis) was an intimate performance about identity, power, violence, and neurosis within a postmodern subjectivity; about a young couple moving to a new flat. Will it become a “home”, their home? What to do when everything is “all right” but it does not feel like it at all?

Concept and text: Joonas Lahtinen
Performance and dramaturgy: Joonas Lahtinen and  Milla Hyvärinen
A Mysteeriteatteri production at Vaihtolava, Helsinki, September 2006

Roles in theatre projects (1995 ->)

Joonas Lahtinen has acted in various theatre and TV productions in Finland, including Leonce in Georg Büchner’s Leonce and Lena, one of the twins in Agota Kristof’s The Notebook, Geoffrey in Anthony Burgess’ A Clockwork Orange and Giles in Virginia Woolf’s Between the Acts, in TIE (Theatre In Education) and children’s theatre projects, as well as in productions of the Finnish broadcasting company YLE.

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