Teater Klumpen

Stresspølsen

Efter Brylluppet Fotograf: Lea Ingemann Bjerg

Tag det roligt: Dette er en pølse du kan klemme på, når du føler dig stresset, så du kan falde til ro. Antistress i pølseform. Pølse i teaterform. Velkommen til Stresspølsen!

 

Hjertet hamrer, kroppen sitrer, der er en uforklarlig trykken for brystet og du har allerede grædt tre gange i dag. Er det fordi du nærmest ikke har sovet i to uger? Er det fordi du droppede din halve times healende, mindfulness-yoga i går? Trænger du måske bare til at trykke lidt på stresspølsen?

 

Forestillingen Stresspølsen undersøger gennem fysik og komik, hvordan stress føles, behandles og bagatelliseres. Forestillingens få tekster stammer primært fra interviews med tidligere stressramte.


The stress sausage

 Take it easy: This is a sausage you can squeeze to make you calm when feeling too stressed. Antistress in a sausage. Sausage as theatre. Welcome to ‘The Stress Sausage’.

 

Your heart is beating, your body trembles, there is an unexplainable pressure in the chest and you have already cried three times today. Is it because you haven’t really slept in two weeks? Is it because you didn’t make it to your healing mindfulness yoga? Maybe you just need to squeeze the stress sausage? The performance ‘The Stress Sausage’ works with physicality and humour and looks at how stress feels, is treated and how it is undermined. The play takes place in an abstract space where different stressful scenarios are unfolded. It is a physical play with simple texts that originate from interviews with people suffering from stress. The play is created through devising.

 

THEATRE KLUMPEN is a physical theatrical group that works on the floor and with improvisation to make the material for their plays. They all work as directors, choreographers and performers.

 

The team behind:

Performers and directors: Janni Popp Mølgaard, Malene Skjold, Theresa Carlsen and Thomas Smith 
Co-creator: Josefine Aavild Rahn
Producer: Nina Spile 
Lighting design og technician: Anders Leth Jensen 
Supplemental technician: Christoffer D. Pihl 
Music: Lærke Maria Skovhøj, Mia Ghabarou and Thomas Smith 
Photo and graphic: Lea Ingemann Bjerg