In «Tumble in the Jungle», Bertrán de Lis seeks to create a performance tailored for hearing-impaired children, who she believes have been overlooked in the dance arts. Bertran de Lis works in a theatrical expression that is highly visual, where she uses theatrical means. The hearing-impaired are concerned with: movement, the visual, and the tactile. At the same time, the performance will also be for other children without this impairment. Bertran de Lis believes that a performance for all children in this age group can have a unifying effect.
The performance will focus on fellowship, humour and recognition. These are topics that children can recognize, and which can bring them joy and inrichment in the moment.
On stage, we meet two dancers and one deaf musician. We follow their journey of dicovery through absurd humorous and poetic tableaux.
Idea/choreography/direction: Inger Cecilie Bertrán de Lis
Dramaturgy/direction: Robert Skjærstad
Set design: Carl Nilssen-Love
Composer: Vidar Løvstad
Costume design: Signe Vasshus
Propmaster: Antti Bjørn
Musician/actor: Rita Lindanger
Lighting designer: Daniel Kolstad Gimle
Dancers: Julie Moviken and Mikael Rønne (2. team; Inés Belli and Cesilie Kverneland)
Project and production coordinator: Justina Brazaite
Production: ICB Produksjoner
Co-production: Dansens hus
Illustration: Antti Bjørn
Supported by the Arts Council Norway, the Audio and Visual Fund, Extrastiftelsen, and Notam.