KASPAR is an installatory act of balance and equation in the scenic space, created by the artists physical and verbal equilibrism, with language as object and musical composition.
KASPAR refers to the true story of Kaspar Hauser: A human being imprisoned and secluded from the world for 16 years and then abruptly had to face civilization. The performance envisions the encounter between civilization and Kaspar.

“Playful and poetical...Cheerful and experimental”
“Uniquely entertaining, alternate with movement sequences that repeatedly hit the sweet spot between improvised and rehearsed.”
Copenhagen Post

Performer: Samuel Gustavsson, Tomomi Yamauchi, Troels Hagen Findsen
Stage Design:Miguel Pelleterat
Choreography:Imre Vass
Text: Thomas Lihn
Sound: Sture Ericson
Light: Tobias Stål

Thanks to: Forsøgsstationen, Dansehallerne, Projektcentret

Kaspar premiered in 2014 in Copenhagen, where it played for two weeks.

Photo Thomas Petri
Thomas Petri

Supported by

Statens Kunstfond, Dansk Artistforbund