Nordic Black Theatre
Nordic Black Theatre is a self-run theatre foundation established in 1992. Nordic Black Theatre produces its own productions, participates in collaboration projects with other artists, and develops young multicultural actors through the theatre school Nordic Black Xpress (NBX).
Nordic Black Theatre is based in Oslo. The company's first venue was Parkteatret in Grunerløkka. In 2001 the company bought the theatre boat MS Innvik and ran it in Bjørvika until 2010. In 2011 Nordic Black Theatre bought Cafeteatret, Hollendergt 8 in Grønland, Oslo, where most of its company's performances have been arranged since then.
Information(Objekt ID 3923)
|Organization type||Educational institution, Producing|
|Website||Nordic Black Theatre|
|Address||Hollendergata 8, 0190 Oslo, Norway|
Nordic Black Theatre is run by Jarl Solberg, director and Cliff A. Moustache, artistic director.
Cliff A. Moustache was nominated for The Hedda Award 2001, the open category, for his efforts for Nordic Black Theatre in general and for his efforts during 2000-2001 season, when the theatre was near having to close, in particular.
Nordic Black Theatre, http://nordicblacktheatre.no/om/
Sceneweb on The Hedda Award 2001, www.sceneweb.no, 08.11.2012, http://www.sceneweb.no/en/awarding/23910/Heddaprisen_2001-2001
|Det usagte, de uhørte||– October 29, 2016|
|The Agony and The Ecstasy of Steve Jobs||– January 18, 2016 – Imploding Fictions|
|Den perfekte samtalen||– December 16, 2014 – Imploding Fictions|
|Patty og ulven||– June 14, 2013 – Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra|
|White Rabbit, Red Rabbit||– March 2, 2012 – Imploding Fictions, Oslo International Theatre|
|Det Lille Lykten||– February 2, 2011 – Det Lille Teatret|
|The Future, The Past, The Present||– – The Arkhangelsk Young People's Theatre Studio|
|Eid av Oslo kommune* (Owned by the municipality of Oslo)||–|
|The Future, The Past, The Present||– September 18, 1990 – Artists for Liberation|
|The Future, The Past, The Present||– April 19, 1989 – Artists for Liberation|