- Dockteatern Tittut
The snow creaks and squeaks. The ice is cracking. The animals move across the landscape. Nature is self-evident, eternal and unadulterated. A source of energy and reflection.
The Sami language has 200 words for snow: Melted snow, flying snow, sticky snow, hard snow, icy snow and more. Thanks to a collaboration with Dans i Nord with a residence in Jokkmokk, Tittut this time draws inspiration in a magnificent mountain landscape with rich wildlife. Through dance and puppets, the Sami mountain world is shaped.
Idea & dramatization of the ensemble that created the success Vill ha hund.
From 4 years
Motivation of the jury:
The audience is invited to a magical, mythical and airy fabulous world. With a fingertip- sensitive mix of mime and dance to evocative music, creaking snow and clinking ice, we travel through Sápmi's white landscape. A poetic performance about animals and nature, in a beautiful and integrated scenography, where every detail is carefully executed.
Time and place
Play time: 35 minutes
- Puppeteers/dancers: Tobias Ulfvebrand & Hugo Therkelson
- Direction: Sophia Segrell
- Idea and dramatization: The ensemble
- Puppets and set design: Lisa Kjellgren Almstig
- Music: Hugo Therkelson & Tobias Ulfvebrand
- Choreography: Tobias Ulfvebrand & Hugo Therkelson
- Sound design: Hugo Therkelson
- Light design: Robin Thorman