Point of no return– the stage in a process when it is too late to change what you are doing so that you must continue.
The point of no return is passed. What does a definitive failure feel like? Denial, desperation, comforting meaninglessness? The performance begins where Thelma and Louise ends and takes place in the conditions that follow after passing the point of no return.
Goosebumps scenkonst presents a movement-based, queer performance where costume, scenography and sound lead the way in a co-creative process together with performers with backgrounds in dance, acting, mime and performance.
Goosebumps Scenkonst consists of Elvira Kierkegaard (producer), Amanda Hedman Hägerström (costume designer & scenographer) and Johan Stohne (composer & sound designer). The trio met at the performing arts bachelor program at Stockholm University of the Arts and started Goosebumps with a desire to challenge the framework of their schooled specializations.
The co-creative working method is an important part of Goosebumps’ work. Performers from different disciplines are invited to be on stage and be co-creators of the work. A theme is explored together and costume, space, and sound are allowed to lead the way.
With support from: PotatoPotato, Kulturrådet, Längmanska kulturfond and ABF
- Idea & concept
Goosebumps Scenkonst - Elvira Kierkegaard, Amanda Hedman Hägerström, Johan Stohne
- Co-creating performers
Shirley Harthey Ubilla
- Sound design & music
- Lightning design
Thabiso Kubheka Persson
- Costume design, mask design & scenography
Amanda Hedman Hägerström