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Brytningstid

By spotogspindel | March 23, 2008

Kenneth Sivertsens composition requested for the 1000th aniversary of Norways christianity in 1995, was banned from the celebration because of the provocative costumes. The dance-company Carte Blanche, with dancer Jo Strømgren, wore a huge, erigated, green penis. The show was staged some weeks later in Grieghallen in Bergen. 

In march 2008 “Brytningstid” was staged again, this time in Bømlo Culture-house, and with Bømlo Musikallaug as producer. Hilde Hoff Andersen took the initiative, and was the coreographer. she had Nina Meldahl Olsen join in the project as director, and together with the dancers, they through a rare, creative process, the show took form. It was such a thrill to work with the costumes on this show. Finding moods in the music, colors in the rythms, instead of a written manuscript. 

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for more info:
http://www.bml.no/default.asp?side_ID=14606
Kenneth Sivertsen

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