Stadsmusikanterne fra Bremen

date

23. May 2022

time

10:00

location

Odin Teatret
Særkærparken 144
7500 Holstebro
Denmark

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Everyone in the city is invited, when Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium celebrates the theatre with a whole week filled with music, theater and the laughter.

From the 23rd to the 27th of May, Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium celebrates the theatre with the city of Holstebro. The theatre opens its doors for the schools on the 23rd, 24rd and 25th of May and welcomes all children to see Ikarus' performances "Town Musicians from Bremen" and "Echoes of Celebration".

On the 26th and 27th, the group will perform their theatre concerts "Metamorphosis" and "Echoes of Celebration" as an ending of the theatre week.

Free admission to all performances.

NB! The children's performances on 23rd, 24rd, and 25th of May are closed to schools.

The town musicians of Bremen

- Based on the story by the Brothers Grimm


About the performance

A group of animals, consisting of a donkey, two dogs, a cat, a rooster and a rat, are tired of the way their masters treat them and therefore they each decide to run away. They all meet on the road and decide to go to Bremen to become musicians. But their journey will not be easy. Will they succeed? Follow them in the show and find out.

 

Ikarus Stage Arts combines music and theater, with elements of “commedia dell’arte” and clowning, to tell the story of this strange group of animal musicians. They will bring the audience on a musically engaging journey that jumps from music genres such as jazz and rumba to their own original pieces of music and traditional Danish songs.

The audience will have the chance to engage in a joyful, energetic and interactive performance, suitable for all ages.

Duration: 1 hour

Age: For the whole family

Language: Danish

Director: Carolina Pizarro 

​​Assisting director: Gabriela Arancibia

Composers and musical directors: Gonzalo Hernández and Rodrigo Contreras

Performers: 

Pablo Lara 

Sigrid Norheim Ørntoft 

Simon Samuelsson 

Matias Dreva 

João de Silva 

Hui Tsyr Yang