Aniara

Aniara (1990) was a dance theatre production by Imago Dance Company. Aniara was based on an epic poem by Harry Martinson. The production had its world premiere at the main stage of Black Box Teater, at the time located at Aker Brygge.

Lise Eger directed and choreographed it.

Information

(Objekt ID 51314)
Object type Production
Premiere October 20, 1990
Produced by Imago Dance Company
Based on Aniara by Harry Martinson
Audience Adults
Number of events 13
Language Norwegian
Expressions Dance, Theatre, Dance theatre, Multimedia, Future vision, Science fiction
Running period October 20, 1990  —  2001
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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

Einar Dahl's private archive, donated by Einar Dahl, 09.11.2015

Performance dates
October 28, 2001Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 27, 2001Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 26, 2001Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 25, 2001Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 24, 2001Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 23, 2001Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 22, 2001Store scene (Vika) – New opening
Navember 4, 1990Store scene (Vika) – Show
Navember 3, 1990Store scene (Vika) – Show
Navember 2, 1990Store scene (Vika) – Show
Navember 1, 1990Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 31, 1990Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 28, 1990Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 27, 1990Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 26, 1990Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 25, 1990Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 24, 1990Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 23, 1990Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 21, 1990Store scene (Vika) – Show
October 20, 1990Store scene (Vika) – Worldwide premiere
Press coverage

Writer and date unknown, 1990, Arbeiderbladet [Oslo]:
"It is, in many ways, a story of the human being as its own worst enemy, and it is marked by Martinson's thoughts of universal disasters. Yet, Lise Eger has created a production characterised by meaningful, aggressive and involving poetry. Because of this, Lise Eger and the performers deserve praise for this strong effort of a theatre production."