Cirka Teater was established in 1984 by Anne Marit Sæther and Gilles Berger, both with a French theatre school background. The autumn of 1996 Jorun Dugstad was connected to the group as their main manager/producer. Cirka Teater creates productions in which the physical, visual theatre expression stands centrally. In particular the theatre works with the interaction between stage design/props and the physical language of the actor. The group has created more than 20 performances.
Information(Objekt ID 732)
|Organization type||Theatre company|
|Main focus||Theatre, Children and youths|
|Address||Nedre Allé 9, 7030 Trondheim|
|Legal entity||Limited liability company/AS or ASA|
|Member of||The Norwegian Association of Performing Arts/NAPA|
Cirka Teater has since its beginning combined the artistic expression with education, and has been giving lectures and workshops at schools and universities. Cirka Teater tours Norway and has visited many national and international theatre festivals. Throughout the years Cirka Teater has received several national and international awards for its work.
Source: Cirka Teater, http://www.cirkateater.no, 05.09.2010, http://www.cirkateater.no/Historie.htm
|Space me||– March 3, 2012 – Inclusive Dance Company|
|Kurt koker hodet||– May 8, 2010 – Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre)|
|Pingvinhjelpen||– August 30, 2006 – Trøndelag Theatre|
|Kurt Racks His Brain||– April 1, 2003 – Trøndelag Theatre|
|Skyggen||– February 6, 2002 – The National Theatre, The Torshov Theatre|
|En og Enhalv||–|