Skal vi grille?

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Skal vi grille?

Sir Grand Lear (NO/DK)

Minneverdig og tankevekkende grillkveld i fjæra

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    Moderasjon

    Rauspris

    240
    140
    100

    Duration

    Ca. 60 minutter

    Participators

    Scenografi: Troels Thorsen, Asrun Magnusdottir, Christine Worre Kann, Berit Rusten, Gigja Jónsdóttir, Tobias Heilman, Daria Glenter, Jakob Teglgård, Anna Sofie Rimestad, Jonas K. Nøland, Trond Toftevaag, Ove S. Grande, Tilde Burrows, Kristoffer Rosing-Schow, Mikkel Arndt, Betty Blå, Lea F. Claussen, Jon Berntsen Huseby, Barbro Rønning, Eva Barck, Solveig Stoltz, Lars Daniel Hjelde, Troels V. Jensen og 60 forklædesyere fra Danmark, Island og Norge.
    Produsent: Ingvild Grande og Lea Burrows.
    Dramatisk tekst: Berit Rusten, Øyvind Brandtzæg, Sigrid Husjord, et barn og en grillpølse
    Støttet av: Reykjavik Dance Festival, Teatergrad, NTNU Drama&Teater, Charlottenlund VGS dramalinje, og alle workshopdeltakere
    Co-produsert av: Rosendal Teater
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    A humorous, visual and perhaps also a windy performance in Korvika, Rotvollfjæra and Sjøbadet.

    Dear consumer. You are invited to the last barbecue on the beach!

    Together, the audience will cheer on the child who rides the pedals, who pulls the generator, who lights the grill, who warms the sausage whom it is said goodbye to. This is how the community will save the climate and the child’s future.

    The danish/norwegian performing arts company, Sir Grand Lear, works with the audience to create a humorous, visual and perhaps also a windy performance in Korvika, Rotvollfjæra and Sjøbadet. Join us on the beach where the very last sausage is solemnly placed on the grill.

    “We thank you, Industrial Revolution.
    Other revolutions gave us borders, freedom and flags.
    You gave us everything.
    We thank you for the fridge, antibiotics, Facebook,
    vaccines, waterproof windbreakers and blueberries in February.
    We thank you for the opportunity to gather on the beach,
    to grill the very last sausage.”


    Language: Norwegian

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