The American Moth

The American Moth

Dance

The American Moth is a hybrid, multi-medial performance combining dance, theatre in multiple langua...

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Story, story, die.

Story, story, die.

Dance

With a cast of 7 extraordinary dancers – Story, story, die. looks at the interdependency between li...

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AMERICA ep. 3 - SuperAmateur

AMERICA ep. 3 - SuperAmateur

Dance

“What a vast screen one could fill if there were no edits…” For the final installment in their Amer...

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AMERICA - Ep. 2 Pychopatriot

AMERICA - Ep. 2 Pychopatriot

Dance

America’s got a story. And it’s sticking to it. But where’s it written down? Where is the ‘Great Am...

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Simulacrum

Simulacrum

Dance

Simulacrum weaves together the true histories of two extraordinary dancers – to create a semi-ficti...

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Jingle Horse! A Christmas Special

Jingle Horse! A Christmas Special

Dance

Jingle Horse is Winter Guests’ first direct collaboration with the Norwegian Opera and Ballet, and ...

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Coelacanth

Coelacanth [see,lu-canth]

Dance

With Coelacanth we present our biggest and most ambitious project ever - an epic 5,5 hour theatrica...

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LILLY & GEORGE

LILLY & GEORGE

Dance

Mum and Dad – It all begins with them. During our childhood, our parents’ experiences and choices b...

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BIRD IN MAGIC RAIN WITH TEARS

BIRD IN MAGIC RAIN WITH TEARS

Dance

Multi-medial two act play for three performers Essentially a piece about longing and coming to term...

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Yvonne Øyen - performer

Yvonne Øyen was educated as an actress with the Academy for dramatic arts in Bergen and received great critical acclaim for her stage debut as Ophelia in Nordland Teater's production of Hamlet, (2000).

She has worked extensively as freelance actress both in Norway and internationally, serving various engagements with both state theaters in Norway as well as within the independent performing art scene. Over a great number of years Øyen did a series of plays performing multiple characters with director Frode Rasmussen, as her only co-star.

She has done numerous productions for winter guests since 2007. Most notably the one woman performance Lilly, in which she co-wrote for the 2012 winter guests production Lilly and George. Øyen won the Los Angeles Movie Award for best supporting actress for her role in the film "Dirty Oranges", (2011), and was nominated for the Hedda Award for best supporting actress for her work on multiple roles in the play Coelacanth, (2013). 

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