And All the Questionmarks Started to Sing

Photo from the Verdensteatret production And All the Questionmarks Started to Sing

And All the Questionmarks Started to Sing by Verdensteatret is a multifunctional art machine, a hybrid inter-medial composition of performance, concert and installation, in which the musicians and actors manipulates a stage overloaded with different installations, high and low-tech apparatuses ranging from motorized bicycle wheels to robots and electromechanical instruments.

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De Utvalgte* (The Chosen Ones)

Photo from De Utvalgte's production De Utvalgte* (The Chosen Ones, 2012)

De Utvalgte* (The Chosen Ones) (2012) is a production by De Utvalgte. In the production De Utvalgte the company De Utvalgte delves further into the issues from the previous production The Art of Being Tamed; inside and outside, culture and nature. Here, too, the company uses 3D technology.

De Utvalgte was nominated for The Hedda Award in the production of the year category.

*Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.

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Forget me not

Photo from the production Forget me not (2012)

Forget me not (2012) var en produksjon av det franske teaterkompaniet Compagnie Philippe Genty. Avgangsklassen i skuespillerfag ved HINT hadde 3 måneders Erasmus praksisopphold hos det franske kompaniet og arbeidet i den perioden frem produksjonen Forget me not. Produksjonen hadde urpremiere 22. mai i Nevers, Frankrike og ble spilt i Norge og Frankrike i juni 2012. En større Frankrike-turné startet i oktober 2012, og i 2013 er produksjonen på verdensturne.

Bachelorutdanninga i Teaterproduksjon og skuespillerfag ved Høgskolen i Nord-Trøndelag (HiNT) startet samarbeidet med Compagnie Philippe Genty i 2009. To tidligere avgangsklasser har hatt femukers arbeidsopphold i kompaniet.

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The Singing Fiddle

Photo from Kulturproduksjoner's production The Singing Fiddle (2004)

The Singing Fiddle (2004) by Kulturproduksjoner is a thoroughly composed narrative finding its inspiration in gypsy traditions. Martine Lund Hoel has let herself be challenged by the meeting with another culture’s music and play Balkan-inspired sounds on her Norwegian traditional fiddle, the Hardanger fiddle. Karen Høie has developed a script building on old Gypsy fairytales.

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Coming soon


Main producer: Frikar
Premiere: 1 Aug. 2018


Main producer: The Norwegian Theatre
Venue: Scene 2
Premiere: 1 Sep. 2018