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The final three days at Brosteinteateret & Hemmingstad Kulturhus have been busy! I almost regret to say that the final day was today: the people here are so wonderful and inspirational, and it´s been such a treat working with them! Kriatina showing off the starfish she´s been working on the past days. None of the […]
“The mermaid and the Mystery of the Deep” is the name of Brosteinteateret´s new show. It´s an amateur group in Haugesund with a very creative and versatile, professional director, who also wrote the show. The past three days I´ve been with a wonderful, little group of women and we´ve been making the costumes for the […]
Tonight was the opeing night of The Shamer´s Daugther at HSH, the teacher´s college. The Danish author Lene Kaaberbøl´s fantasy-novel was the inspiration for this year´s “write-an-opera”-project. So welcome to Dunark, a mediaeval county, and Drakan´s dreaded rule. Drakan´s dungeon houses a courtyard filled with dragons! You can almost see the dragon here behind the […]
Today is a sewing day. I´ve designed a pirate-costume for Pippi Longstocking´s father in the show starring in November. First up is the shirt, simply because I had the fabric I needed already in my stack. Made with fine, white linen, and in a very big size. Piecing it together, trying to make the inside […]
“Perpleks” won! We won! We won the Hedda-prize for Best Show!!! (The Hedda prize is the Norwegian theatre-prize, equivalent to the American Tony.) Perpleks was staged at Rogaland Teater this winter, and I was fortunate enough to be part of the wonderful creative team as the costume-designer. Glenn Andre Kaada, the director, with the Hedda-prize. […]
The second wearable ocean dress for the gallion-girl dancer. Not finished, just pieced together. It will be adapted to the dancer when she puts it on.
A costume that matches the sea. The dress of a galloon-figure. A moveable costume for a very pregnant dancer. Using only natural fibers, so that I can dye them later in the same thunder-ocean-blue. The top is made in raw silk jersey, so it will stretch and adapt to her changing size. The arms reach […]
“Kong Kødd” or “Herding the King´s Rabbits” premiered at the StoryTellers Festival in Oslo on Saturday. Three excellent story tellers had joined forces in this version of the traditional fairytale. Kristine Haugland, Øystein Vestre and Sara Birgitte Øfsti wanted to challenge themselves, by working with a voice-instrumentalist, a choreographer and adding costumes and set. And […]
Or maybe I should call it a pipe-top? Only three days to the opening show of “Kong Kødd”(/”Herding the King´s Rabbits”). This is part of one of the costumes. Made to resemble part of the set, which is all made up of plastic pipes and tubes. Tomorrow I´m off to Oslo for the final preparations.
PERPLEKS is the theatre-show I designed costumes for at Rogaland Theatre this fall. And today the show has been nominated to the Hedda Prize. One in four shows of all the shows in all of Norway! We´ve even been nominated for two prizes. One is for best director: Glenn Andre Kaada (below, click on the […]« Previous Entries