LUPINER l Norway l 16 September 2022

Adapted from the lady from the sea by Henrik Ibsen, Lupiner is a site-specific  dance-performance that narrates joys and traumas of “immigration”. 

Lupiner plays with the feeling of space, movement, music and sound. It happens in a leisurely outdoor space, where audience are invited to sit on the seashore, and watch bodies in motion in and out of water. Iranian ancient nuances of Kamanche and delicate Iranian dance moves would add to the richness of the narrative. 

 

Credit:

Playwright –  Hoda Arbabi (Adapted from Henrik Ibsen’s ‘Lady from the Sea)
Producer –  Maria Christina Vibe
Composer –  Negin Zomorrodi
Dramaturge- Ali Djabbari
Scenographer –  Carle Lange
Costume Designer – Aida Mirzakhani
On stage –  Showan Tavakol, Hediyeh Azma, Nora Svenning, Sudesh Adhana, Shelmith Øseth, Silje Wøhni, Martine Rubin Wollan, Hanne Os Wold,
Musicians – Parand Rezaee (violin), Arash Asadnezhad (violin), Reza Sharifi (violin), Babak Koohestani (viola), Navid Hamidi (cello), Yasaman koozegar (cello)
Live Music Performer –  Showan Tavakol
Sound Engineering –  Reza Asadpur
Light and Sound technician – Kai Luni Fjell
Light designer –  Agnethe Tellefsen
Mentors –  Olive Bieringa & Otto Ramstad
Videographer –  Ingrid Styrkestad
Photographer –  Aria Rahmati
Poster Designer –  Mehdi Fatehi

 

Thanks to our funders and partners –  Kulturrådet, KORO (Public Art Norway), Nordic Black Theatre, Oslo Kulturnatt 2022, R.E.D (Residency Eina Danz), Sound City Studio in Tehran.