What's not to love?

What's not to love?

Dance

“What’s not to love?” - A scattered journey through fragments of happiness, where the postulate that "there is nothing that cannot be loved" is sifted and examined in the brilliant light of excellent performers.

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AMERICA - Visions of love

AMERICA - Visions of love

Theatre

“AMERICA - Visions of Love” - a two act play based on original text and transcripts of recorded conversations collected whilst traveling through the United States.

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Coelacanth  [see,lu-canth]

Coelacanth [see,lu-canth]

Theatre

Epic 5 and a half hour theatrical event, with 12 musicians playing live on stage and a strong international cast of dancers and actors.

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SImulacrum

SImulacrum

Theatre

Intensely visceral, multi-disciplinary performance incorporating Kabuki, Flamenco, with two multi-award winnning artists.

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BIRD IN MAGIC RAIN WITH TEARS

BIRD IN MAGIC RAIN WITH TEARS

Theatre

Multimedial two act play for three performers about longing and coming to terms.

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Jingle Horse! A Christmas Special

Jingle Horse! A Christmas Special

Theatre

A holiday show with a twist...

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FLAWED

FLAWED

Dance

Full-length duet for Léo Lérus & Alan Lucien Øyen looking at the ugly face of misanthropy through criticism and self-contempt.

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AVENIDA CORRIENTES

AVENIDA CORRIENTES

Theatre

AVENIDA CORRIENTES is a genre-bending tragicomic play, set in the world of dance, which juxtaposes live theatre and dance with 'documentary' film.

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Therese Skauge - performer

Therese was educated with the state school for dance in Norway (KHIO), after studying at the Norwegian Opera Dance Shool. She joined Carte Blanche - Norways national company for contemporary dance in 1990 where she remained untill 2008. Therese has won several awards for her work as a dancer. Therese has also freelanced as a dancer and in several productions with Norwegian choreographer Ina Christel Johannesen. Therese dances in "I am waiting for you to stop waiting" and "Before Long", which was commissioned in the occasion of her leaving the carte blanche in 2008 after 18 years

Therese Skauge - performer