On stage is a woman claiming to be from the future.
She says that we have stopped dreaming.
That she is here to save us from ourselves.

Land without Dreams is a sci-fi to end all sci-fies telling the story of a promising future in opposition to the multiple dystopian nightmares that make up the sci-fi genre. Featuring one woman and 12 more people from the future. What if the future is bright and promising and everything we want it to be and fear is just a feeling that is triggered by the unknown?

The show is supported by The Danish Arts Council and Knud Højgaards Fond and it is produced in collaboration between fix+foxy and Eventministeriet/Royal Danish Theatre.

Land without Dreams was first performed 21 April-2 June 2018 at the Royal Danish Theatre.

Previous tours
Gate Theatre, London 2019

Performers Lise Lauenblad & people from the future
Director and writer Tue Biering
Set- and light designer Edward Loyd Pierce
Sound designer Janus Jensen
Marie Rosendahl Chemnitz
Dramaturge Tanja Diers
Stage managers Christine Seierstad & Manda Jønsson
Photographer and Graphics Søren Meisner
Producer Annette Max Hansen
Director’s assistant Louise Thuesen
Translation Sophia H. Smith