Sult og perler

Sult og perler* (Hunger and pearls) (1984) was a theatre production by Studio Teater, the world premiere of a play by Julian Garner. The production was made on commission.

Julian Garner directed it.

*Not yet translated into the English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.


Information

(Objekt ID 32676)
Object type Production
Premiere 1984
Produced by Studio Teater
Based on Sult og perler* (Hunger and pearls) by Julian Garner
Audience Families
Expressions Theatre, Performance for the Family, Masked Theatre
Running period 1984  
Duration 70 minutes

Requirements to venue

Minimum stage width 6m
Minimum stage depth 7m
Minimum stage height 3m
More

Sult og perler* (Hunger and pearls) was a wordless production for families, with great emphasis on the visual and physical expression.

SOURCES:

Buresund, Inger and Anne-Britt Gran (1996): Frie grupper og Black Box Teater. 1970-1995 (literally: Independent companies and Black Box Teater. 1970-1995), adNotam Gyldendal, Oslo

Performing Arts Hub Norway, The catalogue of Performing Arts Hub Norway 1985, 15.10.2013

Helge Reistad's private archive, donated by Helge Reistad, 24.09.2016

*Not yet translated into the English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.

Contributors (15)
Name Role
Julian Garner – Playwright
Julian Garner – Instruction
Guri Dahl – Stage design
Hege Julie – Costume design
Hege Julie – Costume design
Christian Schreiner – Sound design (Vind)
Berte Hilmo – Actor (Trollkvinnen)
Bjørn Myrholdt – Actor (Papegøyen)
Coby Omvlee – Actor (Herren)
Viggo Solum – Actor (Fruen)
Frode Fjellheim – Musician (Piano)
Guri Dahl – Mask design
Hege Herdlevær – Tailoring
Tone Myskja – Tailoring
Guri Dahl – Photo
Performance dates
December 19, 1985Lille scene (Vika) – Show
December 18, 1985Lille scene (Vika) – Show
December 17, 1985Lille scene (Vika) – Show
March 1985 , Ungdomsfestivalen – Show
February 10, 1985Asker samfunnshus , Askerfestivalen – Show
1984 – Worldwide premiere
Festivals (2)
Ungdomsfestivalen March 1985
Askerfestivalen February 10, 1985