Marja Gullsko

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Inshort
Credits
Tourlist
Reviews

"Teater klubb'81 never ceases to impress. This is a play to look forward to".

"Marja Gullsko" is a great piece of theatre that captivates both children and adults alike, in world of light, magic and struggles between good and evil".

Bladet Vesterålen, Kenneth Didriksen

"Adults and children were mesmerized by TK'81's visually beautiful play".

Andøyposten, Cato Håkonsen

Til topps i Russland

Glitter og støv i India

Inshort
Credits
Tourlist
Reviews

In short

"Marja Gullsko" is a fragile, poetic and visual performance about falling in love, betrayal, and about longing to be in another place. It is partly based on a tale by Regine Normann. In our version, God has become a magician and the devil a rock star.

"Marja Gullsko" is based on images, and by casting children in the different parts, the performance attains a fragility and poetic force unique to the artistic expression.

The performance is produced in a way that makes it comprehensible to an international audience. In November 2005, “Marja Gullsko” participated in the 9th international children’s theatre festival in New Dehli, India.

In 2006 "Marja Gullsko" participated in “Golden Keys”, the III International Children Theater and Music Festival in Petrozavodsk in Russia. It was awarded ‘best performance’ of the festival.

See Also: 
India 
Russia 

Tourlist

In 2005, the production toured and performed at 6 different places in Andøy. 

Festivals:

“Golden Keys”, the III International Children Theater and Music Festival in Petrosavodsk in Russia.

9th international children’s theatre festival in New Delhi, India.

Reginedagan in Bø, 2005.

Credits

Manuscript:
Svein Spjelkavik/ Katrine M. E. Strøm

Direction:
Katrine M. E. Strøm

Costumes:
Anne Kari Spjelkavik

Technic on tour:
Per-Kristian Spjelkavik/ Alexander R. Hansen

Photos:
Svein Spjelkavik

The performance is sponsored by Andøy kommune

The performance is produced by Teater klubb'81 in collaboration with Katma.

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"Teater klubb'81 never ceases to impress. This is a play to look forward to".

"Marja Gullsko" is a great piece of theatre that captivates both children and adults alike, in world of light, magic and struggles between good and evil".

Bladet Vesterålen, Kenneth Didriksen

"Adults and children were mesmerized by TK'81's visually beautiful play".

Andøyposten, Cato Håkonsen