|Title (2)||File type||Publiseringsdato||Download|
|Program for Katma's production Mørkemodig (2016)||2016||Download|
|Program for Katma's production Sugar Circus (2004)||2004||Download|
Katma is an independent performing arts company, lead by Katrine M. E. Strøm. The group produces visual, innovative and challenging performances for children and youth.
Katma works with a theatre expression in the intersection between puppetry, performance, site specific, film, poetry and image theatre. Without words or explanation they create images rich in associations, encouraging the audience to use its own imagination.
Information(Objekt ID 135)
|Also known as||Katrine Maria Eponine Strøm|
|Organization type||Artist company|
|Main focus||Puppetry, Education, Performance, Children and youths, Theatre, Dance|
|Expressions||Puppetry, Performance, Theatre|
|Address||Dverberg, 8485 Dverberg, Norway|
|Legal entity||Sole Proprietorship/Self-employed business/ENK|
|Org nr.||983 482 414|
|Member of||The Norwegian Association of Performing Arts/NAPA|
Katma has visited international theatre festival in Lithuania, India, Russia, The Faroe Islands and Island, among other countries, with its performances. In 2006 Marja Gullsko was awarded the prize of Best Performance during the Golden Keys Festival in Petrozavodsk, Russia.
Katma leads workshops in site specific theatre, image theatre and visual theatre. In addition they work as consultants and direct children and youth theatre groups.
Katma's Usynlig* (Invisible) was awarded Gullsekken (literally: The Gold Sack) for best production in The Cultural Rucksack in 2009.
Katrine M. E. Strøm received Danse- og teatersentrums scenekunstpris (The performing arts award of Performing Arts Hub Norway) in 2008. She got this award for her work on creating innovative, visual productions for children and youth. The same year, she was the youngest artist in residence ever at Arctic Arts Festival. There, she presented the production Rust, among other things.
Ritsj (2019), a puppetry production by Katma in collaboration with Nordland Visual Theatre, based on a concept by Katrine M. E. Strøm, and directed by Strøm, was nominated for The Hedda Award 2020 in the best production for children category.
Performing Arts Hub Norway, danseogteatersentrum.no, 01.08.2010, http://www.danseogteatersentrum.no/sck/members.shtml?lang=nor&sam=&cat=&gen=&cou=&cri=katma&act=apre&typ=per&aid=167
The Hedda Award, www.heddaprisen.no, 16.07.20, https://www.heddaprisen.no/nominerte/2020
*Not yet translated into the English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.
|Utsikt* (View)||– August 28, 2020|
|Ritsj||– June 25, 2019|
|Mørkemodig||– June 21, 2016|
|Bakeriet||– January 6, 2014|
|Bakeriet||– January 15, 2013|
|Usynlig* (Invisible)||– January 2013|
|Bakeriet||– September 21, 2012|
|Usynlig* (Invisible)||– October 30, 2009|
|Rust||– June 27, 2008|
|Not for Sale||– June 21, 2008|
|Wonder Chamber||– Navember 24, 2007|
|Vifterumpe* (Waving ass)||– July 2006|
|Tro* (Faith)||– 2006|
|Silent Noise||– Navember 4, 2005|
|Marja Gullsko* (Mary Golden Shoes)||– January 1, 2005|
|Sugar Circus||– June 1, 2004|
|Engine Room||– 2003|
|Silent Island||– 2002|
|Les petites mortes||– 2001|
|Katrine Strøm||– Artistic director (fra 2001)|