As part of TILT Grow 2021, the participants each created their own solo in collaboration with six nationally recognised choreographers.
As part of TILT Grow 2020, eight participants in the talent program each made their own solo in collaboration with a national or internationally renowned choreographer.
A physical, intimate and dynamic dance theatre performance about loneliness. Four dancers bravely share their own personal experiences with loneliness.
A dance theatre production brought to your home with four dancers and a musician. Silence is performed in homes, museums, pubs and galleries.
Make Me Dance is a choreographed concert. Through movement, sound and text, three dancers and one musician look at why they became professional artists. Make Me Dance is a performance about the choices we make and the small, universal stories that shape us as human beings.
Promise of Departure is a work that explores vulnerability and strength. Teater Innlandet and Panta Rei Danseteater co-produced Promise of Departure in 2016, a double bill created in collaboration with British dance maker Rachel Erdos.
The inspiration for the Lithuanian choreography is the elemental past and its reflections in the people of today. Meanwhile, Panta Rei takes its inspiration from the interpretation of Godos as the song of the heart. The performance is a part of the EEA project funded by the Norwegian Arts Council and the Lithuanian Ministry of Culture.
A striking dance theatre production with a cast of three dynamic and committed young male dancers which explores progressively friendship, joshing, friction, needling and aggressive behavior, and the dynamics of mediation between bickering factions.
ON THE OUTSIDE is Marie Munroe and Panta Rei Dance Theatre’s (PDR) first collaborative work. Based on a shared fascination with a quote by Dave Eggers – “You have What I Can Afford To Give” – they aim – through their different means of expression to communicate the loneliness found in togetherness. Anastasia Isachsen creates spaces of light and images. Costume design by Hanne Iveland Henriksbø
The house GranNabo (The word “neighbour” in Norwegian and Swedish is mixed together to form the word GranNabo) is located between Norway and Sweden. It houses curiosity, love and uncertainty.