On looking at each other and listen to yourself
Everyday Hack is about the little things we do to each other in everyday life that mean much more than we realise. He smiled at me today. She turned her back when I was about to tell the important part. I wanted to kiss her, but she gave me a hug. Everyday signals and our reactions are the focus in this performance. It illuminates how we can change our lives in just a fragment of a second.
I Everyday Hack we meet three young people who are not professionally trained actors, but are good at being what they are – young. Toghether with two grown up professional actors, and with secrets from the audience, they use improvisation in order to explore how everyday life unfolds at a gymnasium somewhere in Denmark. Throughout the performance the audience contribute with good advice and obstacles for the young. And it never goes the way you think.
From 12 years
Duration 60 min.
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|25/01||Kl. 19:00||Everyday Hack||Read more||Buy tickets|
|26/01||Kl. 10:00||Everyday Hack||Read more||Buy tickets|
|26/01||Kl. 12:00||Everyday Hack||Read more||Buy tickets|
|27/01||Kl. 10:00||Everyday Hack||Read more||Buy tickets|
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|29/01||Kl. 10:00||Everyday Hack||Read more||Buy tickets|
Let learning reach a new level with a theatre experience, that can be integrated into the classroom with a well planned and coordinated workshop course at your school.
|Cast||Laurids Skovgaard Andersen, Therese Bilfeldt, Anthon Bøgelund Tams, Sidse Marie Breinholt Schunck, Lotte Bergstrøm, Jan Overgaard Mogensen|
|Producer and project manager||Sine Sværdborg|
|Video||A Drenna Production|