Chess Trailer

Chess Trailer (2003)

12 November 2003 128 mins

The first Swedish language stage version of Chess, starring Helen Sjoholm as Florence Vaszi. Josefin Nilsson as Svetlana Sergievskaja, Tommy Korberg as Anatolij Sergievskij, Anders Ekborg as Freddie Trumper and Per Myrberg as Alexander Molokov. The cast sing new lyrics in Swedish ( written by Rudolfson, Jan Marks and Bjorn Ulvaeus) to tell a new version of the everchanging Chess story. A few new songs have been included (Chess continues to be a work in progress.) This version premiered in February 2002 at the Cirkus Theatre in Stockholm.

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Cast

Helen Sjöholm

as Florence

Helen Sjöholm

as Florence

Tommy Körberg

as Anatoly

Josefin Nilsson

as Svetlana

Anders Ekborg

as Freddie

Per Myrberg

as Molokov

Rolf Skoglund

as The Arbiter

Crew

Benny Andersson

Original Music Composer

Björn Ulvaeus

Original Music Composer

Tim Rice

Tim Rice Musical

International Titles

Chess på Svenska Trailer

International Releases Dates

Sweden 12 November 2003

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