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Yesterday Peter Pan learned to fly. So did Tinkerbell, Wendy, John and Michael.
21 days to go: So many things have happened this week already! As you can see in the video above. Monday the light-rig was set. And we got all the pieces of the set onto the stage, ready for: Tuesday and Wednesday the carpenters and technicians got up the flying-system and the complete set. No […]
Finally, the complete broadcasting of Ghost Particles goes viral, and is accessible to everyone. By clicking on the picture above, you should be taken to a site where you can watch it. I´ve said it before, I´ll say it again: I am so proud to be part of this project! Enjoy!
The big final in the 4 elements project was a couple of weeks ago. Children from several kindergartens were gathered at the Vestnorske theatre-center to celebrate with a big party. So much fun to see all the costumes I made in use!
The trailer is here! In just a little over a week we start working full time with the cast. The show premiers January 26th at Haugesund theater.
Today is the world premiere! At 1:30 PM GMT the Global Science Opera “Ghost Particles” will be a reality!! Above is the trailer for the opera. Below is the poster with original artwork by Michael Hoch, a particle-physisits working at Cern I was lucky enough to meet in August. I´ll be in the studio today, […]
I´ve been busy the past days teaching and sewing. For Peter Pan I´m working on pirate-costumes and lost kids-costumes. This is a fencing-vest for one of the pirate. Made from raw silk, layered with a thick cotton-padding fabric and an un-bleached layer of cotton-calico. I´ve mentioned the 4 Elements-project before. I made a design for an Enthusiast-costume […]
It´s opening night! Bømlo Teater is staging the Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer. The show is directed by Nina Sele, the scenography is by Janne Robberstad and the lighting-design is by Axel Sundbotten A classic farce with all the right ingredients: a struggling artist, played by Geir Ersland his beautiful fiancé, played by Jenny Larsen […]
A dark, cold night at the Visnes copper-mines. Wendy, Peter Pan, Captain Hook and two of the lost children are fighting. A film-team with aggregate-driven lamps and a director guiding them through one scene after another. Sword-fights by candle-light. It´s scary! And you thought Peter Pan was a children´s story!?!
Photos fram our practical group-exam in performance. You know that something is wrong. You know that you can do something about it. You know that you won´t because it is too uncomfortable. You choose to self-centre.« Previous Entries