Janne Robberstad

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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.


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!


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.


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.


… and as goggles…



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



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! 🙂