TUMBLE IN THE JUNGLE

LADY ON THE BEACH

DREAM

LALA POP

THE BUTTERFLY MAN

BZZ BZZ - DADA DA BEE

OH, MARJA, FLY, FLY

THE SECRETIVE GARDEN

INSIDE MY GLOBE

THE FIRE OF LIFE BURNS
EVEN IN HARD STONE

Tumble in the Jungle, Dansenett Norge 2020

Storstuggu teater, Røros - Canceled due to Corona

Asker Kulturhus - Canceled

Bærum Kulturhus - Canceled

Buen Kulturhus, Mandal - Canceled

Oseana Kulturhus, Os - Canceled

Suldal kulturhus

 

Drøm 2020

Dansens Hus, Oslo

 

Familieforestillingen Desember Dans 2019

Norsk folkemuseum, Oslo

 

Tumble in the Jungle - El més petit de tots, Spania 2019

Mercat de les Flors (Sala Pina Bausch), Barcelona

Workshop

L´Estruch – teatre,  Sabadell

Workshop, Biblioteca de la Serra

Teatre Principal d´Olot, Olot

Workshop

Atrium de Viladecans, Viladecans

Teatre de L´Escorxador, Lleida

Workshop

 

Tumble in the Jungle - DKS turne Oslo, Akershus 2019

Arnestad skole, Vollen

Lillestrøm kultursenter, Skedsmo

Asker VGS, Asker

Sandvika VGS, Sandvika

Nesodden VGS, Nesoddtangen

Skåningsrud skole og ressurssenter, Blaker

Haug skole og ressurssenter, Bekkestua

Eidsvoll VGS, Eidsvoll

Marikollen ungdomskole, Fjerdingsby

Frydelund skole og ressursenter, Strømmen  

Drøbak skole

 

Tumble in the Jungle 2019

Dansens Hus

Ælvespeilet kulturhus

 

Familieforestillingen Desember Dans 2018

Norsk folkemuseum, Oslo

 

Tumble in the Jungle 2018

Dansens Hus

Sentralen, Oslo - Miniøya

Steinerskolen, Nesodden

 

Damen på stranden 2017

Dansens Hus

 

Lala POP 2016

MERCAT DE LES FLORS // CASA DE LA DANSA

Årvoll gård


Sommerfuglmannen 2016

Bærum Kulturhus

Dansens Hus


Bzz BZz dada da bee
2016

Klimafestivalen

Årvoll gård

Asker Kulturhus

 

2015 Å, Marja fly,fly

Dansens Hus


2015Lala POP

Asker Kulturhus

Bærum Kulturhus

 

2014 Lala POP

Dansens Hus


2013 Bzz BZz dada da bee

Dansens Hus

Sandnes Kulturhus

Bærum Kulturhus

 

2012 Å, Marja fly,fly

Scenic art expo & Mini midi maxi festivalen, DNS

Asker Kulturhus

Bærum Kulturhus

Dansens Hus

Markedet for scenekunst

 

2011 Den hemmelighetsfulle hagen

Showbox, Black Box - Scenekunstbruket, Oslo

Bærum Kulturhus

2010 Å, Marja fly,fly

Barcelona, Teatre Mercat de les flors

UK, Woking Dance Festival


2009 Å, Marja fly,fly

Düsseldorf, Tanzhaus nvw

Reykjavik, Leikhusidt

Oslo, Kanonhallen

Oslo, Trikkehallen Kjelsås

Bærum Kulturhus

Drammen Teater

Dansens Hus


2007 Inni min klode

Foredragshallen Deichmanske, Dansens Hus

Oslo, Trikkehallen Kjelsås

Verdensteatret Sandefjord

Asker Kulturhus

Bærum Kulturhus

Hammerfest, Barentsfestivalen

Harstad, Festspillene i Nord-Norge


2006 Inni min klode

Foredragshallen Deichmanske, Dansens Hus

Showbox, Black Box - Scenekunstbruket

Ultima-festivalen, Atrium Oslo


2005 Selv i den hårde sten brenner livets ild, DKS

Nordseter skole

Skatellet skole


2004 Selv i den hårde sten brenner livets ild, DKS

Munchmuseet, Aulaen


2003 Selv i den hårde sten brenner livets ild, DKS

Munchmuseet, Aulaen

 

 

THEATRE

  • The Frankenstein Heritage, Theatre Manu, Oslo 2007

     

    Norwegian sign language theatre. A performance that addresses the heritage from Frankenstein. What happens when we are seeking out the perfect human?

    What happens when we experiment with our own lineage, will we have a better life or will this lead us into unknown tragedy?

     

    Scriptwriter: Hilde Haualand

    Direction: Lars Otterstedt

    Choreography: Inger Cecilie Bertrán de Lis

    Set design: Con Mehlum

     

    Photo: Iván Kverme

     

    Foto: Iván Kverme

  • Desember Dance - Danseteater, Norsk Folkemuseum, 2018/19

    "December Dance" has a starting point, all that can be associated with Christmas, such as happiness and anticipation, but also sense of loss. We meet a family and their traditional Christmas preparations and their expectancies for THE CHRISTMAS EVE.

     

    Contributors:

     

    Idea/choreography/direction: Inger Cecilie Bertrán de Lis

    Dramaturgy/direction: Robert Skjærstad

    Dancers: Jan Nicolay Vesnes, Stian Bergdølsmo, Oda Bjørholm, Julie dokken,Atle Hoff, Cathrine Smith

    Set design and costumes: Inger Cecilie Bertrán de Lis

    Music. Igor Stravinsky

    Sounddesign: Vidar Løvstad

    Production: ICB Produksjoner

    Co-production: Dansens hus

    Photo : Bertran de Lis

     

    Supported by the Norwegian Museum of Cultural history and Eckbos Legat


    Links:

     

    Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, Gamle Landbruk, Oslo

  • The Lady from the Indian Ocean, Oslo Nye Centralteatret, 2006

    ”Choreographer Bertran de Lis' work is the centrepiece of the performance”

     

    ”Choreographer Inger Cecilie Bertrán de Lis adds a physical language to the production that both replaces and complements Ibsen's text. As far as I can see, the dance functions based on Bollywood's aesthetic principles of visualising the characters' internal longing, dreams and fantasies. And they are legion in this production by Erik Ulfby.”

    -Klassekampen 27 March 2006

     

     

    Bollywood Ibsen, The Lady from the Sea, received the Hedda Award, which is Norway's most prestigious theatre award for "a scintillatingly exotic and entirely different performance".

    The performance takes on Henrik Ibsen's play The Lady from the Sea, and mixes it with elements from one of the world's most popular cultural expressions, namely Indian Bollywood films. The result is the performance The Lady from the Indian Ocean.

     

    Direction: Erik Ulfsby,

    Choreography: Inger Cecilie Bertrán de Lis

    Set design: Arne Nøst,

    Adaptation: Erik Ulfsby

     

    Photo: John Hughes

     

    Mirasenteret.no - review

  • Pinocchio, by Klaus Hagerup, Theatre Manu, Oslo 2009


    A theatre performance incorporating both sign language and speech.

     

    Direction: Mira Zuckermann,

    Set design: John-Kristian Alsaker,

    Choreography: Inger Cecilie Bertrán de Lis

     

    Photo: Caroline J. Roka

    Teater Manu, Pinocchio

     

  • Peer Gynt award 2008, Vinstra

    A gala performance in connection with the Peer Gynt Award, which in 2008 was awarded to Snøhetta. The Peer Gynt Award recipient was honoured with a spectacular performance where the basic principle of the Peer Gynt gathering, where art meets the public, is key. The Peer Gynt Award goes to a person or institution that has made a positive mark on the societal level, and which has promoted Norway abroad.

     

    Direction: Erik Ulfsby

    Choreography: Inger Cecilie Bertrán de Lis

    Set design: Arne Nøst

     

     

     

     

     

  • Hamlet - a partykiller, Tidens teater, Oslo 2005

    A modern and absurd production of Hamlet.

     

    Ballade.no - advance publicity

     

    Direction: Harald Vallgårda

    Music: Jørgen Rief, Kjetil Draugedalen

    and Trond Slåke

    Concept and script adaptation: Brekke/Vallegårda

    Set design: Klaus Henning Jager

    Choreography: Inger Cecilie Bertrán de Lis

  • Brecht Bang, Caféteateret, Oslo 2008

     

    A musical performance based in themes surrounding ”the seven deadly sins”.

    Exchange of texts and thoughts between Bjørneboe and Brecht.

     

    IdaLou, review

     

    Text:Bertolt Brecht/Jens Bjørneboe

    Direction: Kristin Kajander,

    Music: Kurt Weill/Hanns Eisler

    Musician: Ole Henrik Giørtz

    Actos:Kristin Kajander and Robert Skjærstad

    Choreography: Inger Cecilie Bertrán de Lis

     

     

     

     

  • The Gospel According to Thomas, Grusomhetens Teater, Oslo 2004

     

    This production received Performing Arts Hub Norway's stagecraft award for a comprehensive, enigmatic and visually strong performance.

     

    The Gospel According to Thomas is a performance based on the so-called fifth gospel, which consists of 114 quotes from Jesus. The quotes concern epistemology and knowing oneself, which the Christian church found to be disturbing and dangerous.

     

    Grusomhetens teater - The Gospel According to Thomas

     

    Idea and direction: Lars Øyno

    Music: Lars Pedersen

    Choreography: Inger Cecilie Bertrán de Lis

    Set design: Thor Eriksen/Christina Lindgren