Den 29 Juli 2017 var det premiärföreställning av ”De trumpna fruarna”, som spelades på Mälarhöjdens Friluftsteater! Alla Luks & med övriga skådespelare, ni bidrog samtliga till en härlig helafton i ”skådespeleri”, mycket skönsång samt visade konsten hur man slår knut på sig själv. Allt och mycket mera vackert inramat på denna vackra sommarscen.
Svårt att slå Mälarhöjdens Friluftsteater roliga föreställning ”De trumpna fruarna” på kvällens teaterscen!
I Mälarhöjdens Friluftsteaters uppsättning förvandlas De muntra fruarna till De Trumpna fruarna.
För att i Friluftsteaterns uppsättning är den uppblåste adelsmannen en skrävlande rikemansson från USA, som är verksam i fastighetsbranschen. Och som har ett hår som är rödblont. Och som drömmer om att lämna fastighetsbranschen i New York, för att flytta till den politiska arenan i Washington – och in i ett stort vitt hus…
Mälarhöjdens friluftsteater bjuder på musikaliska komedin De Trumpna fruarna – en scenisk smällkaramell, sprängfylld med fart och fläkt, skratt och sång, i ett komiskt och musikaliskt fyrverkeri.
Med De Trumpna fruarna- begår komikern och musikern Thomas Järvheden debut som musikalartist – och som rödblond presidentkandidat. Som Donald Trump försöker han förföra de muntra fruarna till två ryska oljeoligarker, i syfte att få pengar till sin presidentvalskampanj.
Men Trump har underskattat kvinnornas list och styrka – och kommer få smaka på hämnden från de trumpna fruarna, spelade av Alla Luks (konstnärlig ledare för teatern) och Thèrése Andersson Lewis (från bland annat musikalen Rent, och SVT:s Vårdgården).
Trump möter även motstånd från en annan stark kvinna, spelad av Inger Nilsson. Inger har spelat en annan välkänd person med rött hår (som även hon bor i ett stort hus, och har problem med auktoriteter). Inger lät därför den rödblonda peruken gå till ynglingen Thomas Järvheden.
Medverkande: Thomas Järvheden, Alla Luks, Thèrése Andersson Lewis, Inger Nilsson, Glenn Edell / Jesper Sjöberg, Fredrik Hiller, Andreas Andersson, Philip Haglund, Johan Wennerstrand
”MAKE LOVE GREAT AGAIN” var temat på Mälarhöjdens Friluftsteater
Mälarhöjdens Friluftsteatern byggdes på initiativet av kulturpersonerna Alla och Curt Luks. De står även bakom Luks Produktion och den musikdramatiska teatergruppen Opera Light .
GEORGIEN ÄR HÄR!
Torsdagen, den 27:e juli kl 16.00 öppnades dörrarna för Café Khachapuri!
Det bjöds på alla varma bakverk och söta bakelser hela dagen, ända fram till 19:30. Man kunde prova på Menyn med mycket smått och gott! Sedan serverades fantastiska georgiska delikatesser att prova på, vilket var mycket gott!
Julianna Varg fyllde 70 år, och firade detta med ett 80-tal speciellt inbjudna gäster hos Gynge i Trollbäcken, Tyresö. Det blev en riktig sort födelsedagsfest, med härlig mat, tårta och fint uppträdande med Curt Borkmann, Eddie Oliva, m.fl. Kvällen fortsatte inpå natten, och alla gäster hade en fantastisk födelsedagsfest.
Bert-Åke Varg fick sin teaterutbildning vid Calle Flygare Teaterskola i Stockholm. Han slog igenom som grammofonsångare med Kökspolkan 1956. Han visade sig tidigt vara en mångsidig artist och lärde sig att steppa på 16 dagar när han fick hoppa in som ersättare för Nils Poppe i musikalen Lorden från gränden i slutet av 1950-talet. Han var från 1960 gift med Annette Varg (1936-1993) och har sedan han blivit änkling gift om sig med Julianna Varg (född 1947 i Ungern). Han har tre barn.
Se bilderna ifrån Julianna Vargs fantastiska dubbelfest, 20-årig bröllopsdag samt 70-års födelsedagsfest i arrangemang av Stefania Tedenholt m.fl. Cawa Media var där:
In Switzerland, travel to Lugano Paradiso and stay in a nice comfortable hotel (Novotel Paradiso) and from there walk some 100 meters to the Funicular San Salvatore. It’s will be a day of new discovery, and a visit never to forget. You choose on the summit to descent by funicular again, ore by nature & hiking trails.
Experience the The Sugarloaf Mountain of Switzerland – Monte San Salvatore – Quote: “You need to have been up there in person, if you want to get an idea of its greatness and magnificence, and then that moment will become one of the most beautiful and unforgettable experiences in your whole life.” C. C. Lorenz Hirschfeld.
Way back in the year 1200 pilgrims made their way up to the mountain summit on foot in order to pay their respects to the Son of God, who according to ancient legend took rest here afore his heavenly ascent.
In 1213, the Bishop of Como, Lord and Master of Vallugano sold his property in Ciona and the mountain known in ancient times as “Bellenio” to the Chapter of San Lorenzo in Lugano. In those years, at the top of the mountain there was already a small chapel dedicated to San Salvatore (hence the name). The canons of San Lorenzo soon turned it into a small church.
Reference to the church’s original appearance dates back to 1414: a piece of parchment kept in the archives at the municipality of Carona, describes: “A white mountain against a shady blue backdrop. On the summit the church of San Salvatore with its steeple”. During the Feast of the Ascension in 1680, the Chapter of San Lorenzo transferred ownership of the church and the summit to the Confraternity of St Marta and the Good Death.
After 23 years, in 1703, the Confraternity decided to demolish the original church and to build a new one. The following year the foundations were laid and in 1719 the building works were completed. In 1722 it was decided to complete the building beneath as a residence with a tavern next to it in order to set up an “inn”.
Over the last two centuries the history of the area has provided us with a wealth of information on the many efforts made by the Confraternity and later the Funicular Company as, respectively, the owner and guardian of the site. On 26 March 1890 the Funicular began operating, and in 1943 the Lightning Research Centre was set up.
Mankind has always been fascinated by this universal phenomenon and has long tried to unveil its mysteries. “Tracking down lightning” is the title of this new exhibition. Through the history of the lightning research centre, a world-renowned laboratory equipped with sophisticated technology for monitoring and measuring lightning which operated on the summit from 1943 to 1982, directed by Professor Berger of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, the exhibition illustrates the unusual activities that for nearly 40 years defined the history of the mountain. The current from direct lightning strokes where collected by two towers on mount San Salvatore and grounded via a shunt resistor. Special cables transmit the voltage signal to the oscilloscopes in the laboratory. Tower 1 is the todays Swisscom TV transmitter, and tower 2 is located further north on mount San Carlo. The measuring instruments where located inside a Faraday cage made of fine wire net, which served to protect instruments and observers.
A cathode ray oscilloscope and the exhibited mirror-galvanometer oscilloscope recorded the current of direct strokes to the towers. Other instruments recorded the negative and positive coronal discharges known as St. Elmo’s fire. Thunderstorm detectors enable precise statistics to be compiled of all such activity in the vicinity of this mountain peak. Special cameras also recorded the chronological development of lightning flashes. Every year each of the two towers was struck by lightning up to about 100 times.
In 1969 Swiss Post Office television and radio antennae were erected. Last but not least, in 1999 the two organisations established the San Salvatore Museum, illustrating the proactive role they both still play today.
Around these important structures, year after year, the Confraternity managed to enrich and beautify the church on the summit. It became a focal point for the faithful and of great significance for the entire Lugano area. This was reconfirmed in 1900 with the erection of a huge iron cross, historic testimony to the importance of the mountain for the Funicular Company and the Confraternity of St Martha and the Good Death.
Enjoy your lunch ore dinner at The Ristorante Vetta with open air terrace and a panoramic veranda can welcome over 200 people. It offers gourmet menus inspired by Mediterranean cuisine, with healthy products of the season, fresh from the market. It is comfortable, practical and ideal for lunches, aperitifs, coffee breaks and snacks, or for relaxing and enjoying the breathtaking views on the summit of the beautiful Monte San Salvatore.
St George’s Church (Serbian: Црква Св. Ђорђа) also known as Oplenac (Опленац), is the mausoleum of the Serbian and Yugoslavroyal house of Karađorđević located on top of the Oplenac Hill in the town of Topola, Serbia. The church of Oplenac was founded by King Peter I of Yugoslavia. Many members of the royal house are buried in the church, in the crypt beneath the church, or in the church yard.
Apart from the two tombs inside the church (Karađorđe’s in the southern apse; and Peter I in the northern apse), there are 26 other members of the dynasty whose eternal place of rest is in this mausoleum. Six generations of the Karađorđević family have been buried in this church:
- The first generation: Marica Živković, Karađorđe’s mother.
- The second generation: Karađorđe (in the church) and his wife Jelena Jovanović (1764–1842).
- The third generation: Karađorđe’s son Alexander and his wife Persida Nenadović (1813–1873).
- The fourth generation: Alexander and Persida’s nine children. As follows: Kleopatra (1835-1855), Aleksije (1836-1840), Svetozar (1841-1847), Jelena (1846–1867), Andreja (1848–1864), Jelisaveta (1851–1852), Dorde (1856–1888), Arsen, and Peter I (in the church) and his wife Ljubica also known as Zorka (she is buried in the crypt). Out of the ten children of Prince Alexander and Princess Persida, only their oldest daughter, Poleksija (1833–1914), was not buried here.
- The fifth generation, Peter I and Zorka’s children: Milena (1886–1887), George and his wife Radmila Radonjić (1907–1993), Alexander I and his wife Maria and Andrija (1890–1890, lived only for 23 days). And also Prince Arsen’s son Paul and his wife Olga.
- The sixth generation: King Alexander I and Queen Maria’s children: Peter II and his wife Alexandra, Tomislav, and Andrew. And also Prince Paul‘s sons Nikola and Alexander.
- Out of the 28 tombs of the Karađorđević dynasty, six of them belong to rulers: Supreme Leader Karađorđe, Prince Alexander, King Peter I, King Aleksandar I, Prince Paul, and King Peter II. It is an important place of Serbian history. On 6 October 2012, Prince Paul, his wife Olga and his son Nikola were all buried here after their remains were exhumed from the cemetery in Lausanne, and returned to Serbia.
- On 26 May 2013, Queen Maria, her sons King Peter II and Prince Andrew, and Peter II’s wife Alexandra, were all buried here after their remains were exhumed from Frogmore in Britain, the Saint Sava Monastery in Libertyville, Illinois, the cemetery of New Gračanica, also in Illinois, and Tatoi Palace in Greece respectively, and returned to Serbia
- The Serbian Royal family & The Oplenac Mausoleum
The Kovačević Winery (Vinarija Kovačević) has a 100 years old tradition of vine growing and wine production. In 2001 the winery was modernized and the winery is now using the latest technology. In 2001 the winery produced 10000 bottles of wine and in 2009 this number grew to 350000, and the production of sparkling wines has started using traditional methods.
The winery owns 5 acres of vineyards which are located on the southern slopes of Fruška Gora.
Apart from the winery, the family also runs the Wine House (Vinska Kuća) where you can experience the hedonistic mixture of authentic Vojvodina dishes and wines from the winery. The Wine House contains an ”a la carte” restaurant, a wine tasting room and a summer garden with beautiful views of Fruška Gora.
Continuously in pursuit of quality, the efforts and hard work invested by the owner of the winery, Miroslav Kovačević, provided that his wines found their place at the dining table as part of official protocol when formal dinners with government dignitaries and high-ranking officials are hosted by the General Secretariat of the President of the Republic of Serbia. Therefore, some of the most distinguished politicians had an opportunity to taste wines from Kovačević winery. Here we will mention just Russian President Mr. Dmitry Medvedev, Vice-President of the USA Mr. J. Biden, Croatian President Mr. I. Josipović, German Chancellor Ms. A. Merkel, etc.
Sremski Karlovci is a town and municipality located in the South Bačka District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia. It is situated on the bank of the river Danube, 8 kilometres (5 miles) from Novi Sad. According to the 2011 census results, it has a population of 8,750 inhabitants. The town has traditionally been known as the seat of Serbian Orthodox Church in the Habsburg Monarchy, as well as political and cultural capital of Serbian Vojvodina after the May Assembly and during the Revolution in 1848.
Novi Sad is the second largest city of Serbia, the capital of the autonomous province of Vojvodina and the administrative center of the South Bačka District. It is located in the southern part of the Pannonian Plain, on the border of the Bačka and Sremgeographical regions, on the banks of the Danube river, facing the northern slopes of Fruška Gora mountain.
According to the 2011 census, the city has a population of 250,439, while the urban area of Novi Sad (with the adjacent urban settlements of Petrovaradin and Sremska Kamenica) has 277,522 inhabitants. The population of the administrative area of the city stands at 341,625 people.
Novi Sad was founded in 1694, when Serb merchants formed a colony across the Danube from the Petrovaradin fortress, a Habsburg strategic military post. In the 18th and 19th centuries, it became an important trading and manufacturing centre, as well as a centre of Serbian culture of that period, earning the nickname of the Serbian Athens. The city was heavily devastated in the 1848 Revolution, but it was subsequently restored. Today, along with the capital city of Belgrade, Novi Sad is the industrial and financial center of the Serbian economy; also, it was named one of the 2021 European Capital of Culture cities.
A village of Vinča, at the foot of Oplenac..1 hour and 30 min.drive south from
Belgrade …where Aleksandrović Winery is situated, was always known for
viticulture and winemaking. Wonderful sunny slopes, a rich structure of the soil,
favorable winds and mild climate represent a natural gift which is translated to the
top quality wines from Aleksandrović Winery.
Welcome to Wine tourism.
In addition to wine production the winery are also engaged with the wine tourism.
More than 15,000 people visit our winery annually, which clearly shows the very
high level of services we offer. Our guests arrived both individually or as a part of
the organized group visits.
It is possible to visit the vineyards and winery together with a qualified guide and
also to taste all the wines. Apart from the well-known brands such as Trijumf,
Trijumf Barrique, Oplenac Selection, Harizma and Varijanta, wine lovers also may
taste Trijumf Noir, Vizija and Rodoslov wines.
The tasting room has a capacity to accommodate 60 people at any time., and is very nice
and inviting. It is well worth a trip from Belgrade, and also possible to provide room for
conferences, lectures or business meetings in the specially designed
premises within the winery consisting of a 60-seat conference room with video beam
and flip chart table.
Family Aleksandrović has been involved in viticulture and winemaking for more than 100 years. Our great grandfather Miloš Aleksandrović was one of the founders of Vinča Winegrowers Cooperative in 1903.
Until the beginning of World War Two the family had 30,000 vines and it always maintained the close cooperation of the viticulturists and winemakers of the royal cellars. The tradition had been continued by our grandfathers Života and Aleksandar Aleksandrović.
When in 1991, a famous royal cellar master Živan Tadić, who emigrated to Canada after the World War Two, learned that the family Aleksandrovic reinvigorates winemaking traditions of the Oplenac region, he send to Vinča the original recipe of ‘Trijumf’ – the best wine of the royal cellars, that was enjoyed before the World War Two on many royal courts of Europe. Based on the old yellow manuscript we were creating new pages of the long family history of viticulture and winemaking, strongly relying on the experience of our ancestors, scientific results and latest technological advances.
A new phase in the development of Aleksandrović Winery started in 2000 after the political changes in Serbia, when we completed a new winery and acquired the state-of-the-art equipment for production of top quality wines.
The family Aleksandrović with its wines is the leading Serbian private winery at present.
Currently available in the USA, Holland, Denmark, Bosnia Herzegovina, Montenegro, Russia, China, Japan, and Australia.