Altamira Studio Teater

Altamira Studio Teater is an international group of theatre creation and research, based in Holstebro (Denmark).

It was founded in 2008 by the director Pierangelo Pompa and it has been working since 2010 in residence at Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium (Holstebro), coproducing performances and realising several local-based projects, in collaboration with different communities and institutions.

Between 2008 and 2014 Altamira Studio Teater has created numerous performances, among which I look at the sea, Don Giovanni, The Garden, Twelve good words, The Clinic of the Blinded, The Staggering Circus, Prologue to the Future and etudes likeLost in the forest and The Last Night.

Beside its performances, Altamira Studio Teater researches in the different fields of theatre culture and its applications within a community or a specific social context. A permanent study and training activity characterizes the work of its actors.

It has developed international pedagogical projects in the field of actor's technique and dramaturgy, in collaboration with various international institutions, like Beijing Central Academy of Drama and Ferrara University.

www.altamirastudioteater.dk

Members of Altamira Studio Teater:

Cécile Brosed (actress)
Domenico Mannelli (musician/actor)
Sara Moscardini (actress)
Pierangelo Pompa (director)
Barbara Tholozan (actress/musician)

External collaborators:

Mbalou Arnould (actress/musician)
Maria Ridder (actress)
Søren Hajgaard

CO-PRODUCTIONS