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White Out (1982)

PHOTOGRAPHY  /  CREDITS  /  PRESS

© Anette Urban
  

CREDITS

Directed by Michael Laub
Lighting Ilkka Volanen
Music Juan Dern, Michael Laub, Maniac Productions
Film, graphical, data and computer engineering Marinka Kordis
Photography Annette Urbach
Technicians Mikael Cohen, Marinka Kordis, Annette Urbach
Assistant production Magdalena Linder, Claes Söderquist
Assistant director and data programming Juan Dern

Performers Alexander, Rebecka Englund, Jarmo Huusko, Marinka Kordis, Michael Laub, Lili Maas, Margareta Petterson, Kalle Söderquist, Gun Öhman

Produced by Moderna Museet (Stockholm)

PRESS

entré teatertidskrift, Stockholm, 1/1983
We are impressed with a choreographic pattern that is a wonder of precision, and although several of them have repeated the same action hundreds of times, the divergences are so small that the accurately inserted contrasting variations have the effect of unexpected lashes similar to the use of timpani in Hayden’s music. (...) White Out is my ghostlike formula for a broadening of the concept of theatre.