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Wakka Wakka (us/n) : The Immortal Jellyfish Girl

The visualt theater company Wakka Wakka acts out and explores the role of man and wild journey of denial into a more and more probable future.

Tickets

  • Wednesday 15. June 2022
    18:00 / ,Ælvespeilet, Sal 2Buy
  • Thursday 16. June 2022
    18:00 / ,Ælvespeilet, Sal 2Buy

By and with

Wakka WakkaRegi, konsept, dramaturg: Kirjan Waage og Gwendolyn Warnock
Skrevet av Kirjan Waage, Gwendolyn Warnock og ensemblet
Medvirkende: Jon Levin, Dorothy Loechel, Andy Manjuck, Peter Russo, Kirjan Waage, Gwendolyn Warnock
Dukker: Kirjan Waage
Masker: Dorothy Loechel
Scenografi og rekvisitter: Jon Levin, Dorothy Loechel, Tim Lucassen, Andy Manjuck, Peter Russo, Jan Erik Skarby
Lysdesign: Jan Erik Skarby
Komposisjon: Thor Gunnar Thorvaldson, Lars Petter Hagen, Gwendolyn Warnock
Projeksjondesign: OBLSK, Tom Gustafson, Cory Krueckeberg, Andy Manjuck
Jellyfish: Eve Warnock

Om forestillingen

Varighet
1t 30m
Priser
390,-U25: 293,-U/V

Far into the future, large parts of the earth’s surface are considered dead zones, where nothing can survive. Even outside the zones, it is not possible for any life to survive without help and the species become extinct. But there is hope. In an underground laboratory, in the middle of a dead zone, an old scientist is working on a secret plan to restore the earth’s ecosystems. His daughter Jellyfish Girl is the key. But she does not know it herself.

In English

www.wakkawakka.org

Wakka Wakka is an award-winning theater company, based in Oslo and New York. They have previously visited PIT with Fabrik (2009), Saga (2014), Made in China (2018), and most recently last year with Animal R.I.O.T., which was a precursor to The Immortal Jellyfish Girl.

“It is nothing less than a wild idea of the downfall of mankind.” – Aftenposten

“Impressive (…) excellent puppetry for adults.” – Bergens Tidende

«Wakka Wakka’s productions are never pure entertainment, but still more entertaining than most you see on a stage. (…) Wakka Wakka aims to create visions that are bold, unique and disability-friendly. They have the power this time. “ – Dag og Tid