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Passing Place was premiered June 1st. at Stamsund International Theatrefestival. Oslopremier at Dramatikkens Hus:
14, 15, 16, Oktober 2010.
Passing Place Consert at Dostoevski Museum St.Petersburg 29 November 2010.

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Passing Place Iceland was premiered in 2011 at Tjanarbio in Reykjavik and performed the 25, 26 and 27 of August and the 30 and 1 of September at "Lokal" the International Theatre Festival of Iceland.

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Passing Place Grenland wil be premiered in mai 2012 at Entrescenen in Århus and Punpehuset in Copenhagnen. The performance will be performed in Iceland the 26, 27 of September and in Grenland the 7, 8 of September.

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The Press:

“That is what theatre should really be about, the creation of art, true performance and thorny debate.”

“Passing Place” is a fascinating, thought provoking and unpredictable production, accompanied by an intelligent use of sound, image and space.”

“...an artistic work of rare value and true spontaneity. Beautiful and untamed! “

“...Passing Place” is a fascinating, thought-provoking and unpredictable performance, with an intelligent use of space, image, light and sound.”.

”..great work of high class and encapsulating in so many ways.”

“A wonderful performance in every sense. It was highly thought provoking and an excellent theme which was even shocking at times.”

“...not least as a dedicated follower of James Clapperton is it possible to regard “Passing Place” as something which emerges from the music, particularly as the text, performance style, dramaturgy and themes are all bound together in a compositional manner. This enables the onlooker to get much closer to the logic behind the plot by making the production much more multi-dimensional. This befits the complexity of the overall message as well as its critique of contemporary society.”

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Passing Place is produced by Mobile Homes with the support of the Norwegian Counsil of Culture, Fond for Sound and Image, NAPA, Dramatikkens Hus, FIN og Stamsund International Theatre Festival, Lokal Theatrefestival, Reykjavik town, Nordic Culture Fond, Kulturkontakt Nord, Fondet for Norsk Islandsk samarbejde



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