Book about multilingualism in theatre
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How do we understand spoken text? How does the message reach audience despite the language and by what means? In a book Adventures in Languageland and seminar we present creative solutions for making multilingual theatre.
Tampereen Teatterikesä 10. & 11.8.2019
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The fictitious rendezvous between Marat and de Sade is organized by the patients of Charenton mental hospital. They are preparing a play about Marat’s death and the historical circumstances that led to it. The play is directed by de Sade - who is a Charenton patient himself.
Premiere in Philadelphia 20.6.2019
Finnish National Opera 17.9.2019
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Aniara: fragments of time and space is Klockriketeaterns biggest production ever. This cosmic tale, based on Harry Martinsons novel, premieres in June 2019. Aniara is a choral theater piece and a co-production with the grammy winning chamber choir The Crossing.

Multilingualism as an artistic practice

Our universe is multilingual. Our theatre is usually not. Is multilingualism an issue in the culture of theatre? Is it counterproductive? What are the challenges in creating theatre in a multilingual context? Why do we do it? And why wouldn’t we?Read more »

Community art: from viewers to makers.

After a couple of years of Klockriketeatern's community art project Kätketty Vuosaari, we want to discuss and share tools with our colleagues about community engaged art.Read more »

Aniara 2019 - going back to the roots

Klockriketeaterns first show 25 years ago, was Vägen till Klockrike - a play based on the novel by the same name written by Harry Martinson. Ever since, the vision and poetry of Martinson has been present in the works of Klockriketeatern.Read more »

 Finlands international nomad theater

Klockrike is a nomad theatre company, that wanders the world like the drifter that Harry Martinson describes in his novel The Road. We drift across boarders to new places, asking queestions. Humanistic values are used with the performing arts as a medium.

Tuesday
17.9
19:00

ANIARA: fragments of time and space

Finnish National opera, Almi Hall
Wednesday
18.9
19:00

ANIARA: fragments of time and space

Finnish National opera, Almi Hall
Thursday
19.9
19:00

ANIARA: fragments of time and space

Finnish National opera, Almi Hall
Friday
20.9
19:00

ANIARA: fragments of time and space

Finnish National opera, Almi Hall
Saturday
21.9
14:00

ANIARA: fragments of time and space

Finnish National opera, Almi Hall
Saturday
21.9
19:00

ANIARA: fragments of time and space

Finnish National opera, Almi Hall