Alminnelig Olympia* (Ordinary Olympia) is a dance production by Ingun Bjørnsgaard Prosjekt.
Alminnelig Olympia was made in 1993, a year after Ingun Bjørnsgaard had won the first Nordic Grand Prix, the Nordic choreographers' competition in contemporary dance.
*Not yet translated into English. The title within parentheses is the Norwegian title's literal meaning.
Match (1991) was a theatre production by The Arctic Theatre, based on a play by Lotte Möller. The production was performed for paying spectators and in schools, both on tour.
Mette Brantzeg directed it.
Match was about anorexia and the challenges that meet a community, including the parents, when a young person becomes ill from anorexia.
Zooom (2000) was a dance production by Odd Johan Fritzøe and Black Box as. Zooom toured Norway with The Norwegian Touring Theatre in 2001, with its tour opening in Haugesund.
Odd Johan Fritzøe choreographed it.
Five dancers took part in Zooom.
Jessica (1993) was a project in collaboration between Sampo Teater and Totalteatret.
Jessica raised issues regarding colonisation of native peoples and native populations' situations in modern society. Sampo Teater and Totalteatret marked the UN Year of Indigenous Peoples and the ten year anniversaries of both companies with Jessica. The performance November 7 1993 opened a conference on indigenous people in Tromsø.
Jessica is half Caucasian and half Native American. She is in contact with the old native culture's spirits as well as the modern Western world.