“With waffles, bomb suits, shamanist self-irony, and meta-discourse about everything from skin color to collective voluntary work, [the ensemble] explore belonging, alienation, shame, and prejudice with an energy that switches between humor, solemnity, and a merciless critique of Norwegian collective indifference.”
For an hour and a half, four minority grotesques trample around the circus ring of an up-chucked Norwegian flag. This is a friction-filled performance about the communities we create and who gets to be a part of them. Belonging and exclusion go hand in hand and the actors move with and towards each other, with and towards the audience and with and towards themselves continually, confused and trying to grasp the phenomenon of racism and its mechanisms. Confused and searching, not of who we are, but of what we are. Because ‘we’ are the Norwegian Muslim, the African, the Sami and the Swede.


Supported by

Festspillene i Nord-Norge, Norsk kulturråd – fri scenekunst, Norsk kulturråd – forprosjekt, Fond for lyd og bilde, Trøndelag fylkeskommune, Trondheim kommune, Fritt Ord, Dans i Trøndelag, Dramatikkens hus
Northern Norway International Festival, Arts Council of Norway – independent theatre/research projects, Fund for Audio and Visual Performing Arts,  Dance in Trøndelag, Norwegian Centre for New Playwriting
Performance history 
Festspillene i nord-norge, Harstad – 2019
Northern Norway International Festival, Harstad 2019

Rosendal Teater, Trondheim – 2020

Co-creating actors: Stina Ravdna Lorås, Maria Agwumaro, Katja Brita Lindeberg, Ibrahim Fazlic
Dramaturge: Kate Pendry
Costume and Set design: Jenny Hilmo Teig
Make-up: Leo Thörn
Light-space- technical design: Svein Inge Nergaard
Producers: Rose Marie Aker, Ibrahim Fazlic
Composer: Natali Abrahamsen
Researcher and consultation on questions of diversity: Sunniva Skjøstad Hovde

Co-producers: Festspillene i Nord-Norge, Dans i Trøndelag (Dance in Trøndelag)