Cat · Bird · Fish - Aprilfestival

During the Aprilfestival we play two closed school performances at the school in Bramming and two open performances on Sunday 3rd April at 11.00 am and 2.00 pm We play at Game Streetmekka, "Asphalt", Nørrebrogade 1C, 6700 Esbjerg at 11.00 and 14.00. We look forward to seeing you. 

Programme of the Aprilfestival

 "Cat · Bird · Fish” is a poetic performance without words. The audience feels the magic of theater when sitting very close to the stage

The performance is inspired by the fantastic and fabulous universe of the German-Swiss painter Paul Klee. In a play with shadows and geometric shapes, the elements come alive and find together in new ways before the eyes of the audience. Dots, lines, animals and cities arise and disappear again.

Klee's paintings are architectural, poetic, round, angular and fragmentary. Klee started each painting with an abstract symbol and let the motif evolve or grow almost like a living organism. Klee was interested in movement and process, and that was more important to him than the result itself, which remained open until the end - just like children's play and imagination.

The scenography is a cozy space inspired by Paul Klee's many paintings of houses. "Cat · Bird · Fish" is full of newly composed music by the Norwegian drummer and musician Håkon Berre.

We hope that the audience - the children - through the encounter with Paul Klee's wonderful world will get motivated to explore art of painting together with their adults.

 

Facts

Direction: Sandra Pasini
Actresses: 
Annemarie Waagepetersen and Hisako Miura
Scenography:
Antonella Diana
Costumes: Antonella Diana, Marco Antonio Lopez 
Music: Håkon Berre 
Technician: Maximiliano Bini 
Objects: Deborah Hunt 
Workshop: Frederik Gravgaard, Antonella, Diana, Sara Ballestri
Sewing room: Antonella Diana, Marco Antonio Lopez, Sara Ballestri, Lisbeth Forbæk, Ruth S. Nielsen, Lene Pedersen, Karen Marie Simonsen

 Duration: 35 minutes

 Photographer: Jørn Deleuran

Newsmail

Recieve lastest news from Teatret OMs
performances, workshops and activities