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BAKTRUPPEN OG ARKIVET
20 Mar. 2017

I 2014 startet Sceneweb arbeidet med å registrere Baktruppens digitaliserte arkiv. Arbeidet ble ferdigstilt i 2016, og nå ligger store deler av materialet fra Baktruppens utrolige kunstnerskap i Scenewebdatabasen. Det har vært veldig inspirerende å fått lov til å dykke ned i dette arkivet, og det er mange godbiter og gode minner som vi har kommet over. Vi vil anbefale alle om å ta en titt på det som ligger åpent og tilgjengelig. Vi ønsker avslutningsvis å trekke frem en av våre favoritter, som er Stamsundundersøkelsene og Turisten.

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From the archive

The Babel Project

Photo from The Babel Project (2008)

The Open Theatre (Det Åpne Teater) in collaboration with Artistas Unidos (Portugal), presented the autumn of 2008 the Norwegian premiere of The Babel Project with text by Jesper Halle and Miguel Castro Caldas, directed by Franzisca Aarflot

Skit arrives Europe from his «sinking» home land. After a failed attempt at applying for a resident visa he gets an illegal job in construction, something which turns out to give him a series of challenges. But Skit doesn’t give up too easily, and he is determined to manage, no matter the cost.

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From the archive

Gurå Mathiesen

Dokumentasjonsvideo av produksjonen Alt (1988) av Baktruppen (april 1988) 2 av 2 filer

Scenekunstner i Baktruppen fra 1986 til 1999.

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From the archive

Totalteatret

Photo from Sampo Teater and Totalteatret's production "Jessica" (1993)

Totalteatret was an independent performing arts company established in Tromsø in 1984.

Totalteatret wanted to contribute alternative ideas, opposing contemporary power structures and the established truths. The foundation for the productions was not always political. Spiritual issues and experiences were also part of it.

Totalteatret ceased to exist as 2000 changed into 2001. Several of its members are now active within the company Ferske Scener.

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