In Korrigeringer, (‘Corrections’), the local performing arts company Konstellasjonen dive into a gloomy, surreal universe. Absurd, sad and strange situations arise, where playwright Kristofer Grønskag’s texts meet Konstellasjonen’s physical expression.
After six years of creating colourful performances for children, Konstellasjonen is ready for the adult world: When the world as we know it is bathed in a white light that nearly blinds us, can we then see the forest for the plastic Christmas trees? And what if we are only able to see 2% of a giant iceberg out at sea? Well, that is when we should start suspecting that there might be danger ahead.
On such an iceberg, far to the north, we meet amongst others a dinosaur with an inferiority complex, a politically correct unemployed actor, a pirate on the move, a Barbie doll in marital crisis, and a leviathan.
In Korrigeringer, playwright Kristofer Grønskag’s texts meet the physical expression of the Trondheim-based perfoming arts group Konstellasjonen. Founded in 2010, Konstellasjonen is best known for their visual and nonverbal theatre trilogy for Children, Gull og gråstein. The first part was performed at Teaterhuset Avant Garden in 2011.