Scandinavian Somali Scene

Location Sort/Hvid
03.06.2017
Saturday June 3rd at 15.00
Language Danish, Swedish and Norwegian
Duration 90 min.

Text MOEISHA ADEN (DK), JIHAAN YUSSUF (DK), AMAL ABDIHAKIN (SE), MUSTAFA AHMED JAMA (SE), AHMED DAHIR (NO) and HUDA J. ALI (NO) dramaturgy MARIT GRIMSTAD EGGEN, NEFISE OZKAL LORENTZEN, VANJA ISAKSSON, TINE BYRDAL JØRGENSEN and LARS FEMBRO idea and instruction DITTE MARIA BJERG on stage BASHIR BILLOW, JIHAAN YUSSUF, CAMARA LUNDESTAD JOOF, JONIS JOSEF, ANDERS MOSSLING, JAKOB MIANG and MAHAMED KHARAD MOHAMED OMAR production  NANNAN CHEN artistic consultancy AMAL ADEN and CAMARA LUNDESTAD JOOF

This reading is a part of CPH STAGE

Experience newly written stories about the Somali mythical queen Araweelo, about being a lone child-refugee and much more, written and performed by young upcoming Somali-Scandinavian talents.

The texts have been developed during workshops in Copenhagen, Malmö and Oslo in cooperation with Danish, Swedish and Norwegian stage-artists. Collaborators are Kulturforeningen Hidde Iyo Dhaqan, Malmö Stadsteater, Malmö Opera, Den Mangfaldige Scenen and Det Norske Teatret.

Supported by Nordic Culture Fund, Nordic Culture Point, Projektstøtteudvalget for Scenekunst, Danish Arts Foundation and Open Society Foundation.

The event is free, but you have to reserve tickets (click on the ticket link in the right column).