Rom for Dans

Plakat for Rom for Dans' produksjon ['bæːɾə] (2012)

Rom for Dans (RfD) is a venue for dance art, or a meeting place for professionals, students, children, youth and others who work with the art of dance.

Rom for dans is most of all an activity centre for dance, with its main emphasis on education, training and production. But RfD also arranges performances, mostly as a showing and meeting point for those working with dance art projects in the house.

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Fantastic Four

Plakat for Fantastic Fours produksjon Bestialitetens historie 1, 2, 3, og 4 (2007)

Fantastic Four er et scenekunstkompani som består av de fire skuespillerne Kim Atle Hansen, Anders Høgli, Niklas Westerberg og Mads Sjøgård Pettersen. Alle de fire medlemmene gikk ut fra skuespillerlinjen ved Akademi for scenekunst ved Høgskolen i Østfold våren 2006. Fantastic Four er en undergruppe av skuespillerkonstellasjonen AKT 5, og er særlig kjent for sin tetralogi Bestialitetens historie (2007- 2009), basert på Jens Bjørneboes bøker med samme navn.

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Theatre Spillebrikkene

Plakat fra Teater Spillebrikkenes produksjon "Mamma blir et monster" (2012)

Theatre Spillebrikkene was established by Hedda Munthe and Inger Gundersen in 1998. Since the start the company has produced theatre performances for children, youth and adults. Within the performances they keep close and physical contact with the audience, and in the performances for children the audience is an active participant in the story.

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Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation's radio drama division

Plakat for  Teater Innlandet og Nrk Radioteatrets produksjon Solveigs andre sang (2017)

Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation's radio drama division (Norwegian: NRK Radioteatret) is a department within Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (Norwegian: Norsk Rikskringkasting, shortened to NRK). Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation is a publically owned broadcasting corporation, established in 1933, at the time as a single radio channel. At the time of writing, it consists of three TV channels, 16 radio channels, the website NRK.no and services through other platforms. Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation is Norway's largest media business, with departments all over the country.

From 1933 until the early 1980es, Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation was Norways's sole broadcaster, with a legal monopoly on radio and TV braodcasts.

Within this Sceneweb entry, productions connected to Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation's radio drama division (NRK Radioteatret) are shown. For televised theatre, see the entry for Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation's TV drama division (Fjernsynsteatret).

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