This summer we get another visit from the Boulevard Theater with theater colloquium and children's theater
The Boulevard Theatre's summer performance at Gangvide Farm
About the show
Where did my Igloo go?
A family show from 5 years about climate change. To think about and talk about - and what we can do about it.
Oolik is an ordinary girl who embarks on an unusual adventure. One day when she is sitting in her igloo, it starts dripping on her head.
Is her igloo melting? Join Oolik on her journey to seek help. On the way, in a sparkling starry Arctic cold world, she meets herds of snow geese, sled dog puppies, walruses and YOU! In an interactive, musical performance, Oolik travels through snowstorms, across oceans and into our hearts.
The show is very visual and the characters speak "igloo-ish", a pretend language, which makes the show accessible to everyone. Both hearing and non-hearing as well as those who have major challenges in verbal communication. The performance takes place with the audience sitting around in an igloo of fabric.
Actors: Jannie Östergren and Rebecka Carlsson
Directed by Roger Westberg
Music: Elinne Leandersson
Sound design: Josefin Karlsson
Scenography / lighting: Kundali Löfstrand
Costume: Malin Tivenius
Following an original idea by The Bone Ensemble (UK)
Duration of the performance: approx. 50 min
July 20-23, 16 pm (the performance lasts about 50 minutes)
After the performance, a walk in the yard is included to look at the energy of the future.
Price: 100 SEK
Tickets: Närbodi (shop) or on site 1 hour before the forest.
+073-184 09 22
This summer's event for children is carried out with the support of Swedbank through the Alfa Savings Bank Foundation.
About the Boulevard Theater
Boulevardteatern runs nationally touring theater activities, theater courses and colloquiums as well as a post-secondary acting education in Stockholm, where they also have their headquarters. Every summer, the theater moves its operations to Gangvide Farm, Gotland where for a few weeks they give performances and courses.
The Boulevard Theater makes mime-based theater where movement, text and music are mixed. Here is the humor, the music, the joy of storytelling and the physical design. Artistic director since 2007 is Roger Westberg.
The Boulevard Theater plays about 400 performances a year on tour around Sweden from Smygehuk in the south to Kiruna in the north, from Strömstad in the west to Haparanda in the east.
The theater has been run since 2006 by Roger Westberg and Yvonne Granath.