De Utvalgte

De Utvalgte / Die Auserwählten

Part of "NO LIMITS"


With German surtitles /  Norwegian /  70min

A declaration of love in 3D dedicated to everything that exists, particularly to people with Down’s syndrome. With their virtual performance spaces, which can only be perceived by means of special glasses, De Utvalgte from Norway have invented a new genre: 3D theatre. Their multiple award-winning production “De Utvalgte” from 2012 is concerned with so-called ‘life’ – its emergence, its variety and its miracles. And very selectively. The focus of the events: a group of people with Down Syndrome. A visually strong declaration of love to everything there is, even though it might not fit into dominant categories.



Text: Inger Christensen/Ensemble / Direction: Kari Holtan / Video: Boya Bøckman / Dramaturgy: Anne Holtan / By and with: Pelle Ask, Egil Berggren, Torbjørn Davidsen, Rebekka Joki, Bjarne Larsen, Vilja Larsen, Ramou Lewis, Inger Johanne Norberg, Katarina Fierro Norberg, Ann Iren Ødeby, Gjøril Bjercke Sæther, Jon Platou Selvig, Lotte Tvedt, Bror Wyller / De Utvalgte


  • Past
    Thu 5.11.2015, 20:00 / HAU2
    Fri 6.11.2015, 21:00 / HAU2


Co-production: Black Box Teater, BIT Teatergarasjen. Funded by: The Norwegian Art Council, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


Hallesches Ufer 34, 10963 Berlin

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