A female odyssey. A woman travels from one Mediterranean island to another in search of a loved one who has disappeared. A phantom accompanies her in a dance which brings her closer to an awareness of a definitive absence.

Based on the short story Letter in the Wind from Si sta facendo sempre piú tardi (It is getting later and later), a novel in the form of letters by Antonio Tabucchi.

Performing Next:

August 2019 in Holstebro, Denmark 


Roberta Carreri, Jan Ferslev 

Music: Jan Ferslev
Scenic space: Antonella Diana and Odin Teatret
Costumes: Odin Teatret
Light designer: Jesper Kongshaug
Graphics: Marco Donati
Assistant director: Raúl Iaiza
Literary adviser: Nando Taviani
Scenic Adaptation and Directing: Eugenio Barba

First performed in 2002.

Language: Italian or Spanish
Duracion: 60 min. (without a break)


Fondazione Pontedera Teatro, 
Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium Odin Teatret, September 2002.

Thank you to

Thomas Bredsdorff, Knud Erik Knudsen, Raphaëlle Doyon, Kaj Kok and Nathan Meister.

Articles & Reviews


Countries & Places


Denmark (Holstebro)

2018: Denmark (Holstebro); Italy (Napoli)
2017: Denmark (Holstebro); Hungary (Budapest); Romania (Timișoara)
2016: Denmark
(Holstebro, Copenhagen)
2015: Denmark (Holstebro)
2014: China (Beijing, Shanghai); Denmark (Holstebro); Poland (Wroclaw); Spain (Valladolid)
2013: Denmark (Holstebro)
2012: Denmark (Holstebro); Spain (Madrid)
2011: Colombia
2010: Taiwan R.O.C.
2009: Bulgaria, Denmark
2008: Denmark, Romania, Ukraine
2007: Denmark, Italy, Kosova, Montenegro
2005: Brazil, France, Italy
2004: Italy, Spain
2003: Bosnia Herzegovina, Denmark, Germany, Sweden
2002: Denmark, Italy


International Festivals

CPH Stage, Copenhagen, Denmark (2016)
VIII Festival de Teatro de Cali, Colombia (2011)
Taiwan International Festival, Taipei, Taiwan (2010)
ITF - International Theatre Festival Varna Summer, Bulgaria (2009)
SITF - Sibiu International Theatre Festival 15th edition, Romania (2008)
World Launch of Black/North SEAS in Odessa, Ukraine (2008)
Kosova Infest - International Theatre Festival in Prishtina, Kosova (2007)
FIAT - Festival of International Alternative Theatre in Podgorica, Montenegro (2007)
FILO - Festival Internacional de Londrina, Brazil (2005)
360° International Theatre Meeting in Bielefeld, Germany (2003) 


Materials for Organisers & Press

Technical Rider

Photo Gallery & Trailer


Photo Gallery & Trailer

These photos can be used for free only in connection with articles, press announcements or essays about Odin Teatret's activities on tour and in Holstebro.

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Trailer - Salt (2008)

Contact, tours and prices ...

Odin Teatret's repetoire includes productions with the whole ensemble (11-14 actors), productions with fewer actors, solo performances and performances/work demonstrations. 

The repertoire includes indoor and outdoor performances, shows for an audience of 50 spectators to 400 spectators, shows for a stage or black box rooms, and for spectators sitting frontally or around the space. 

Odin Teatret tours can go from the simple presence of one actor for one day to a complex simultaneous programme of pedagogical, artistic, social and research activities. 

Prices are calculated in working days (workshops, lectures, film showings, performances) and are adjusted in accordance to the length and span of a project. Prices for multicultural productions with Odin Teatret and Theatrum Mundi performers are established for each proposal.

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