Theater menus should offer variety, quality and timeliness. The spring at the Hålogaland Theater promises well in this regard, Stein Sebastian Fredriksen, communications adviser at the Hålogaland Theater, writes about the spring menu at the theater based in Ishavsbyen.
"We began with the dramatization of Roy Jacobsen's famous novel extravagances" The Invisible. "Performance is almost sold out before the premiere and we are happy to extend the playing period at Tromsø. This will take place before going to Troms and Finnmark in January and February, Fredriksen reports.
This will be an encouraging reminder of the critically recognized performance "Tobias and the day narrowed". This sublime show was chosen as the best children's event in 2018 and appreciated by Heddapris. Tobias and the gang will play in Tromsø in January and February before touring Troms and Finnmark in February and March.
– On our own Valentine's Day – February 14 – we premiered from the main initiative "Operetten and Mack". In this very well-established music initiative we get the story of the Mack brewing company, or rather; a version of it. Kirsti Sparboe is at the forefront of a series of stars in this production, which includes Finn Arve Sørbøe, Mari Lerberg Fossum, Elisabeth Moberg, Kristian Figenschow and Jardar Johansen.
And that will be even more for children. In March we will reappear the successful event "Boys who become insects". This is "Kafka for Kidz" based on the famous author Franz Kafka's novel "The Transformation (Metamorphosis)". After playing in Tromsø, the event will be on tour in Troms and Finnmark with Cultural School Bags.
On May 9, we will show the premiere of the new program "Blue Going". Pianist Herborg Rundberg places sea bass and explores the past and future with the actors.
He made music inspired by the sea-Sami tradition, characterized by sensitivity and fragility, and he continued with a text that was familiar and liked by Ragnar Olsen. The main role of this entertaining and extraordinary concert show, however, holds its own queen: the sea.
On a sunny spring night it is ready to cut the muscles of laughter when Kristian Figenschow, Finn Arve Sørbøe and Inge Kolsvik appear in "Children of Urology". This is the director and author of Lennart Lidström ("Zappfe", "The Condemned Northern Landing" etc.) who has written this show mainly to his friends at the Hålogaland Theater. Inge Kolsvik has made music. This is comedy about friendship, or even worse; comedy about a lack of friendship, said Sebastian Fredriksen, communications adviser at Hålogaland Theater on the spring menu at the theater based in Ishavsbyen.