The classic Norwegian fairytale «Kari Trestakk» has ben given a fresh and multiartistic expression by four local artists.
It’s a story about the princess Kari Trestakk and her friend, a blue bull, and their hazardious escape from the castle and Kari’s evil stephmother. Along the way there are battles to be fought, and dances to be danced. Will they find their way through the beautiful, yet dangerous forest? Will they find their way back home? Music, dance, taletelling, animation, scenography and objects create a magical universe where the audience is invited to join and help our heroes on their journey. Or simply observe. It’s up to you.
Suitable for children aged 5-9.
Concept, director: Barbro Djupvik Animation, scenography, performer: Anne Helga Henning Composition, musician, performer: Siri Gjære Dancer: Ingeborg Dugstad Sanders Pre-project: Barbro Djupvik, Anne Helga Henning Supported by: Kunstløftet, Fond for utøvende kunstnere, Seanse Volda, Dronning Mauds Minne Høgskole for førskolelærerutdanning, Trondheim kommune, Sør-Trøndelag fylkeskommune, DansiT, ReMida senter for kreativt gjenbruk