Teatret Gruppe 38

A Story of A House That Turned into A Dot

New premiere by Teatret Gruppe 38.

A story about how long the road home is, when anger has made you run away.

She became so hopping mad
She became so fizzling furious
She became so livid with rage
that she opened the window and climbed down the ladder
and then she ran.

She ran and ran and ran
And ranranran
And she ran there and she ran around
And ran over and ran under
And ran down down down down down
And ran upupupupup
And ran forward and ran along
And ran of of of
And when she turned
The house had turned into a dot

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The performance manages to create a captivating universe.

Enchanting forty minutes of theatre.

A true Gruppe 38 production with the theatre's usual aesthetics and creativity - and international format. It's just dreamy.

The adventure embodies such an elemental feeling as anger - and let's us recall and reflect about that state of mind ... It is first class theatre.

We sense the performance with each fiber of our body - through a unique combination of verbal narrative, music, masks, poetic shadows and beautiful imagery.

  • Age group:

    Adults and children from 8
  • Duration:

    40 min.
  • Cast

    Bodil Alling
    Søren Søndberg
    Søren la Cour
  • Director

    Catherine Poher
  • Created by

    Catherine Poher
    Bodil Alling
    Søren Søndberg
    Søren la Cour
    Sara Topsøe-Jensen
    Agnès Limbos
    Philippe LeFebvre
    Olivier Guillemain
    Lars K. Olesen
    Marie Netterstrøm
  • Time

    May 3 at 19
  • Two small theatres - many great stories

    In collaboration with Teater Refleksion, also located in the centre of Aarhus, Teatret Gruppe 38 presents a special programme of theatre in English during the season.
    The purpose is to give non-Danish speaking audiences in and around Aarhus the opportunity to experience professional stage art in an understandable language