rss

It’s been a great pleasure to finally have physical copies of Lene Henningsen’s Atomar and Weiss-Manettis forudsigelse in my hands. The Weiss-Manetti Prediction, my translation of the novel, is now also available via Maggies Mill.

View/Reply on Mastodon

Three years have passed since Lene Henningsen and I launched poetiskpodcast.dk. The idea of doing a podcast grew out of the frustrations around attempting to put together and finance theatrical performances of Lene’s Oscar & Alma, for which I was creating the music. We hit upon the idea of releasing it as a podcast with the realisation that the medium was far better suited to what we were trying to do than grappling with the constraints and expectations of a physical theatre production, exciting as they may be.

Given the difficulties of finding a place for ‘poetic theatre’ within todays commercial and cultural landscape, the medium of sound provided an alternative and led to the establishment of poetiskpodcast.dk as a platform not only for Oskar & Alma but also for podcasts by others interested in exploring new combinations of sound, words, poetry, and music.

Since then 14 productions have been released, ranging from intense drama and rowdy collectives to delicate poetry and dystopian landscapes.

Over the coming days I’ll be making a little retrospective of those productions.

Catch them all on the Poetisk Podcast website: poetiskpodcast.dk/produktioner

View/Reply on Mastodon
View/Reply on Mastodon

Farewell Fuzzy 💜

Strays we remain
from Atomar, e7:
poetiskpodcast.dk/produktioner/atomar/e7

Us in the round of questions
from Atomar, e7:
poetiskpodcast.dk/produktioner/atomar/e7

1

Candyfloss on the big screen
from Atomar, e6:
poetiskpodcast.dk/produktioner/atomar/e6

War and core values
from Atomar, e6:
poetiskpodcast.dk/produktioner/atomar/e6

The longest night (a favourite series) – Final
from Atomar, e5:
poetiskpodcast.dk/produktioner/atomar/e5

The longest night (a favourite series) – Part 3
from Atomar, e5:
poetiskpodcast.dk/produktioner/atomar/e5