Det Motsatte Prosjekt
|Organisation type||Theatre company|
|Established||1990 (closed 1997)|
About Det Motsatte Prosjekt
Det Motsatte Prosjekt (literally: The Opposite Project) was an independent, non-profit foundation founded to promote new performing arts.
Director Jon Tombre was the central force behind Det Motsatte Prosjekt. The core of company consisted of performer Camilla Martens, stage designer Yngvar Julin and Jon Tombre.
Among the aims of Det Motsatte Prosjekt were letting stage design be determined by spaces already in existence, and to let performances be meeting points between different art forms.
The project hired artists on a per production basis, stemming from expressions including dance, music, literature, architecture and theatre.Read more
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- Offentlige netter* (Public Nights) (21 May. 1997)
- Julie - en forkledd ung mann* (Juliet - a young man in disguise) (17 Apr. 1996)
- 2 1/2 (15 Aug. 1995)
- 2 1/2 (30 May. 1995)
- 2 1/2 (7 Mar. 1995)
- Romeo (3 Nov. 1994)
- På vei mot Virginia Woolf* (Going towards Virginia Woolf) (1993)
- Peter den store* (Peter the Great) (17 Jun. 1992)
- Vellystens Tilflukt* (The Refuge of Pleasure) (1 Sep. 1990)
More about Det Motsatte Prosjekt
Det Motsatte Prosjekt got a founding grant from the municipality of Bergen in 1999.
Jon Tombre's private archive, donated by Jon Tombre. 03.03.2009
Birthe-Lisbeth Ludvigsen: The University of Bergen paper Frie teatergrupper og prosjektteater i Bergen 1970-2006 - en kontekstualisert oversikt og beskrivelse (literally: Independent Theatre Companies and Project Theatres in Bergen 1970-2006 – a contextualised overview and description), UiB 2007