How the Whale Got His Throat
How the Whale Got His Throat (1984) was a puppetry production by Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre), based on the short story by Rudyard Kipling, in a theatrical adaptation for puppetry by Anne-Lise Ruud and Ragnhild Wang. The production was performed in Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre)'s puppet theatre.
Morten Jostad directed it.
The production was also performed as mobile theatre.
Information(Objekt ID 23509)
|Premiere||October 17, 1984|
|Produced by||Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre)|
|Based on||How the Whale Got His Throat by Rudyard Kipling|
|Expressions||Puppetry, Performance for children , Shadow theatre|
|Running period||October 17, 1984|
Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre)'s repertoire database. Donated by Oslo Nye Teater (Oslo New Theatre). Imported to the Sceneweb database 11.09.2011
|Rudyard Kipling||– Author|
|Anne-Lise Ruud||– Dramatised by|
|Ragnhild Wang||– Dramatised by|
|Ragnhild Wang||– Concept/Idea|
|Morten Jostad||– Direction|
|Magne Amdahl||– Composer|
|Erling Jørgensen||– Sound design|
|Sigve Bøe||– Puppeteer (Sjømannens stemme)|
|Morten Jostad||– Puppeteer (Fortellerens stemme)|
|Anne-Lise Ruud||– Puppeteer (Hvalen, m/fler)|
|Ragnhild Wang||– Puppeteer (Fisken fiffi, m/fler)|
|Ingemar Høglund||– Props|
|Anne Winger||– Administration (Salgsleder)|