Using characters and idioms familiar from strategy and role-playing with miniature armies, the focus is on the importance of knowledge about - and tolerance of - other cultures. Nominated for the Hedda Award in the category Best production for children and youth, the production is based on the story of the Indian Great Voice from the autobiography of the blackfoot chief Lange Lanse - published in 1928.Towards the end of the 19th century, within the boundaries of an Indian reservation not far from Duke Lake in Saskatchewan, a suspicion led to the largest manhunt in the history of the Western Territory.The core message of the story is that illogical and dangerous situations can arise because we do not have enough knowledge about each other and about our respective culturally defined rules of life.The production deals directly with problems related to the cultural clashes of our own time and is told in a stage language that makes it understandable for older children and youth.In addition to the production, teachers and students will be given material designed for teaching in school.A production for youth aged 12 and upThe production is produced in collaboration with Nordland Visual TheatreStore Stemme was nominated for the Hedda Award in the category Best production for children and youth in 2006.

Duration:
55 minutes

Max capacity:
100

Set up:
180 minutes

Download:
90 minutes

Stage size:
Width: 7-10. Height: 4-10. Depth: 7-8

Carrying help:
4

Power:
63a 3 phase or 32A 3 phase

Jan N.C. Holden
Performer

Hedvig Garshol
Performer

Pål Terje Nygård
Other

Travel, per diem and accommodation not included

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Get in touch with:
Geirdis Bjørlo
post@storestemme.com
97165986