Soon Everything Will Be Now

A performance about the present and the most important moments

Now the world turns around. I look out; here is everything I need:

My swing, my lamp and my shoes that run fast.
Leaves that fall from the trees and roosters that crow.
Here is everything that makes me glad, and that which is funny.
That which is odd, which I don’t understand.
That which hurts, and what I don’t want.
All that tickles my tummy, and things that taste good.

All that is in just a little bit.
All that is here, right now.

 

Teater Refleksion and Teater My created in 2006 the performance ‘Songs From Above’, that has captivated children and adults all over the world. Now the two Award-winning theatres combine their distinctive and characteristic expressions in a new piece.

 

WHAT DOES CORONA MEAN FOR YOUR THEATRE VISIT?

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

 

Co-production: Teater My and Teater Refleksion, created i co-operation with Sigurd Dissing, Nina Kareis, Pete Livingstone
Performers:
Mette Rosleff, Sigurd Dissing
Text: Mette Rosleff
Director: Nina Kareis
Co-director: Bjarne Sandborg
Set design/puppets: Sigurd Dissing
Music: Pete Livingstone
Ligting design: Morten Ladefoged
Workshop/tech: Morten Meilvang Laursen, Wiliam Højberg Nielsen, Amanda Axelsen Sigaard

Illustration: Tanja Eijgendaal

Practical information