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Kong Kødd

By spotogspindel | June 2, 2014

“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.

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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 old plastic pipes isn´t really the obvious background for a traditional fairytale, but it works SO well!

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I made the costumes to match all the pipes. That way the tellers also act as part of the set, adding to the whole picture.

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The pipes are not just part of a passive set, they are also props, being everything from swords to wells, not to mention as sound-enhancers.

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… and as goggles…

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It´s been interesting working with storytellers. They accentuate different things in their communication than other forms of theatre.

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Topics: Costumedesign | 1 Comment »

One Response to “Kong Kødd”

  1. Siri Says:
    June 2nd, 2014 at 14:45

    Orginalt..Jeg har prøvd meg som historieforteller på vikingmarked noen ganger. Veldig gøy men krevende å fange publikums oppmerksomhet! 🙂

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