The Lost Ones…

The world renowned trio Dreamers’ Circus will be performing with five dancers from Aaben Dans.
The Lost Ones... is a performance concert based on William Heinesen’s famous novel The Lost Musicians. It takes place in the 90 metre long raw concrete hall in Roskilde, where Aaben Dans’ award-winning dance performance Sprækker (Cracks) also took place.
The poetic and violent novel unfolds on an isolated island surrounded by powerful nature. A place where fanatical religious rapture and lust collide in foaming waves. People get lost in music or drown themselves in the sea or in a bottle. Big dreams or petty envy. With all their baggage, The Lost Ones… throw their words overboard and give the stage to newly composed Nordic music combined with five expressive dancers.
We expect something truly exceptional from this cross-artistic collaboration. We are aiming for a sensory-saturated hybrid between concert and dance performance that will get your heart racing.

The team

Concept + choreography + staging + scenography Thomas Eisenhardt

Dancers Antoinette Helbing, Alvilda Faber Striim, Jan Vesala, Ole Birger Hansen and Ruth Rebekka Hansen

Composition and live music Dreamers' Circus with Ale Carr, Nikolaj Busk and Rune Tonsgaard Sørensen

Dramaturg Mette Kruse

Light design Thomas Bek

Projection design Olive Guillemain

Costume design Franciska Toubro

Technician/Operator Elke Laleman

Production Manager Madeleine Lind Hoppe

Graphic designer Line Thornberg

Landscape architect Hillary Mugen Adler

Sound Julian Falck

Produced by Aaben Dans



Saturday, / 20:00
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Tuesday, / 19:45
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Wednesday, / 19:30
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Hal 9

Musicon, Roskilde

Practical information

Hal 9

Address: Hal 9 at Søjlepladsen, Rabalderstræde, Musicon, 4000 Roskilde
(See map of the district of Musicon incl. here…)

Please be aware that Hal 9 can be chilly. Please bring warm clothes. Note different performance times as the performance follows the changing daylight.

We would like audience member with mobility challenges to contact us directly (mail or phone 35820610), so we can discuss practical issues concerning your visit.

We would like to thank
Augustinus Fonden, The Danish Arts Foundation’s Music Dramatic Committee – Cross-aesthetic projects for music and performing arts, Wilhelm Hansen Foundation.