Vifterumpe

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Vifterumpe" is an unusually beautiful theatre performance, without words.

Adult professionals could hardly have done it much better. At least not as charming and naturally playful.

All in all, the performance is nothing but a fantastic experience that cannot be described in words. 


Bente-Lill Dankertsen, Harstad Tidende

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Nordlys, 8. Juni 2006

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Harstad tidene, 3 August 2006
Inshort
Credits
Tourlist
Reviews

In short

"Vifterumpe" is an adventurous performance for children, based on the book "The gray cat and the black" by Regine Normann.

"Those who once have learned to breathe as one with the sea, will never forget it." The performance is an enchanting, magic and poetic play, communicating important themes that children of all ages can identify with. Be prepared for surprises, transformations and wonderful dreams. Enter into the fairytale where you will meet poisonous rats, lovely ladies and the best friends in the world.

"…and the world was big and beautiful"

See Also: 
Norske røtter, Seyðisfjörður 

Tourlist

The Culture and Music Festival in North Norway, July 2006

Reginedagan in Bø, July 2006

Meløydagan, August 2007

Norske dagur in Seydisfjördur, East Iceland 12th of August 2007

Credits

Director:
Katrine M. E. Strøm

Actors:
Mette Spjelkavik Enoksen, Mathilde Spjelkavik, Marie Brensholm, Nikoline Spjelkavik, Ingvild Enoksen, Sofie Spjelkavik og Margrethe Spjelkvaik.

Music:
Ola Bremnes

Sound design:
Alexander Rydland Hansen

Light:
Mats Ellingsen

Director in new circus:
Ola Granli

Technicians:
Alexander R. Hansen, Holger Hansen og Kenneth Eilertsen.

Sewing:
Anne Kari Spjelkavik

Photo:
Ove Aalo

Public Relations:
Svein Spjelkavik

Produced by:
Katma and Theatre club´81

Supported by:
Norsk kulturråd og Folkekulturfondet. 

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Vifterumpe" is an unusually beautiful theatre performance, without words.

Adult professionals could hardly have done it much better. At least not as charming and naturally playful.

All in all, the performance is nothing but a fantastic experience that cannot be described in words. 


Bente-Lill Dankertsen, Harstad Tidende