A nonverbal puppet performance
Produced by Teater Animisme

Based on the stories of immigrants and refugees in Denmark, ‘Belonging’ explores the challenging and often tragicomic process of integration. What happens to a person’s sense of self when they find themselves in such a gray area?

The performance’s puppets and set are created in paper – a delicate but valuable material that can be folded, cut, crumpled and clipped in all kinds of ways. And you have to have paper! No paper, no residency. The immigrant’s fate lies in the testimony – black and white.

After the performance, there will be an opportunity to discuss the subjects and pose questions to the artist.


Please notice: All tickets are free – but seat reservation is requried.



You can find all the show guidelines for various schools and institutions HERE.

Please pay special attention to the following guidelines for evening and weekend shows:

• All 2020 shows have been put on sale with a reduced number of seats in the halls.
• When buying more than one ticket at a time, you’ll get a matching number of adjacent seats. Accordingly, there’ll be a distance of less than one metre between the persons in the group. All groups will be given seat numbers upon arrival for the show.
• If you wish to keep one metre between you and your neighbours (from nose to nose), each ticket must be bought individually. For logistical reasons, we cannot guarantee that you’ll be seated next to each other in this case. You’ll be given a seat number upon arrival for the show.

Cast and crew


Performer: Rebekah Caputo
Director: Bjarne Sandborg
Consultant: Mariann Aagaard
Set design: Rebekah Capotu, Pernille Kofoed Madsen
Lighting design: Rob Mackay

Special thanks to: Sif Jessen Hymøller, Roser Cusso, Hannah Oxenvad Svarrer, Katrine Hansen Kihm

Photo: Rebekah Caputo

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