Based on playing, memories and fairytale images, Djupvik has created a mystical forest, a living universe of installations and experiences for young children.
Part of the children’s festival LÆVEN!
In Risle Rasle, the children are invited into a living paper forest, where we wander through different rooms within the room. Here, the distinction between stage and hall is blurred. We are looking for something that is hidden, but not forgotten. Is it in the room beyond the room, inside a crate or under a tree?
What is inside this living universe of light and darkness, where curiosity is triggered by both smells, sounds, shapes and materials? The children become participants in poetic and sensory experiences and encounters with playful characters and their stories deep in the mysterious forest.
|Supported by:||Kulturrådet, SPENN, Trondheim kommune, Trøndelag fylkeskommune|
|Co-produced by:||Rosendal Teater, DMMH.|
|Concept, direction and dramaturgy:||Barbro Djupvik|
|Co-creating performers:||Anna Thu Schmidt, Mari Moe Krysinska og Siri Schnell Juvik|
|Musician:||Sondre Ferstad Rom|