opHAV

A co-production by GLiMT and Teatret OM.

Premiere 31st May 2018.

Metropolis presents opHAV in Copenhagen, 31st May – 3rd June.
Venue: Slusens Bådbyggeri, Ved Slusen 34, 2300 Copenhagen
Thereafter, opHAV will tour throughout Denmark.  

opHAV is a site-specific performance with acrobatics, physical theatre and live music about our relationship to the sea.

The crane stands on the quayside, solidly planted – the link between land and sea.

In the company of the crane and its operator we’re allowed to dream about distant horizons and new adventures. And we experience how we receive new opportunities and new people, who come from elsewhere, with curiosity, joy and distrust.

From the harbor, travelers embark into the world. And here we welcome new people and wares coming from foreign regions. The crane leads us up into the heights and all the way down to touch the water, and through aerial acrobatics in rope, slackline dancing, live music and much more, the 4 performers give soul and energy to this story about our eternal yearning for new horizons.

Video-teaser from “KRAN” – an earlier version of the performance

Tour schedule, summer 2018 

Will be published soon…

About the co-producers:

Teatret OM mixes the actors’ physical and vocal work with a strong visual and musical expression.
www.teatretom.dk

GLiMT is a company that combines contemporary circus, dance and physical theatre in new, challenging ways.
www.glimt.info

 

 

 

Co-production partners:
GLiMT and Teatret OM

The performance was created by the artistic team:

Artistic concept and direction:
Lars Lindegaard Gregersen

Performers and co-creators:
Päivi Eleonoora Raninen, Moa Asklöf Prescott, Linnéa Backgård

Composer/musician:
Maja Romm

Scenography:
Antonella Diana

Costumes:
Camila Sarrazin

Consultants:
Sandra Pasini, Anmemarie Waagepetersen & Antonella Diana

Assistant director:
Sofia Armella

Technician:
Lars Lindegaard Gregersen

Producer (GLiMT):
Jonas Schou Hansen

Administrator (Teatret OM):
Tove Kristensen

Collaborators:
Metropolis, Halmstad Teater and Malmö Sommarscen

Tour venues:
Himmel og Havn Festival, Ringkøbing Harbour and various harbours across Denmark

Supported by:
The Danish Arts Foundation and Konsul George Jorck og Hustru Emma Jorck's Fond. This performance has received a production aid by the IN SITU ACT project, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.

Thanks to:
Laust and Slusens Bådbyggeri, Ricardo Axel Castillo Rodriguez, Kanonproduktion

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