Vill ha hund
- Dockteatern Tittut
Playful paws, kisses from a wet nose, soft cuddly fur. The idea of a dog on your own that always wags the tail when it sees you can be pure happiness and worth every effort. You tend to look positive at everything, but after a while things may change...
From 2 years
Vill ha hund is a puppet performance about the longing for a dog, with much dance involved. It is a piece where choreography, musicality, puppetry and dramatization harmonize naturally in the narrative and speak directly to the audience. The dancing puppeteer Tobias Ulfvebrand’s sensitivity and playfulness are infectious, creating a lighthearted performance with considerable warmth and lucidity.
Time and place
Play time: Time and place will be published the 11th of March!
Reviews from Dagens Nyheter:
"Ulfvebrand’s captivating music and dance floats between classic ballet in waltz style and 70’s groove."
"Puppetmaker Lisa Kjellgren’s creation of a dreadlock dog raises the audience’s loud admiration."
"The final scene of reunion is a real show stopper"
Founded in 1977, Dockteatern Tittut is mainly a touring theatre with its own theatre in Stockholm, Sweden. Tittut has until today played more than 12 000 shows for over 1.000.000 spectators. The performances strive for clarity, simplicity, warmth, happiness and familiarity. They wish to meet the young audience with love and respect and make their very first visit an unforgettable experience.
- Dancer/puppeteer: Tobias Ulfvebrand & Hugo Therkelson
- Idea & director: Sophia Segrell
- Music & choreographer: Tobias Ulfvebrand
- Sound design: Hugo Therkelson
- Puppets & set design: Lisa Kjellgren Almstig
- Technician/producer: Agneta Attling