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




A group of people are sitting and waiting. They are all elderly people.

They are the so-called ‘grey gold’. Someone has told them that it is over, that there is no more, that this is the terminus. But it’s not over for them. They don’t give up. They are ready. They have seen a lot, trained their bodies and some of them have danced quite a bit.

And now both the bench warmers, the prize couples and those with stage fright have armed themselves with leg warmers and sweatbands and now there’s going to be some damn dancing.

A sort of prom, a manifestation that they are still alive.

Staying Alive is a tale of 42 elderly people. Through dance and movement, they tell fragments of their lives: memories of meetings, love, breakups and grief.

About belonging and not belonging. A poetic and humorous insight into the specific life that becomes the general life through the ages.

Idea and concept Tue Biering & Marie Rosendahl Chemnitz | Staging Tue Biering | Scenography Marie Rosendahl Chemnitz | Choreography Signe Frydenlund & Christine Seierstad | Performance manager Christine Seierstad | Tone master Jonas Jensen | Lighting design Per Olsen | Costumes Anne Sofie Bruun | Production assistant Elisabeth Holager Lund | Producer Rikke Hedeager | Assistant Director Kristoffer Lundberg | Starring Ane Marie Lauritzen, Anette Rørdam, Hans Madsen, Grete Lind Johansen, Henning Jacobsen, Maj-Britt Christensen, Tove Jacobsen, Jette Eiberg, Kristine Jess, Lisbeth Lind, Anne-Marie Thygesen, Ulla Habermann, Ditte Høffding, Erik Lemcke, Susanne Nyrop, Hanne Møller, Runa Christophersen, Karen Henriksen, Edith Schreuder, Lis Høver, Svend Erik Sokkelund, Gunvor Helth, Grete Jensen, Inger Kirkensgård, Marianne Wiedermann, Ingrid Holck Schou, Henny Lihn Jensen, Birgit Frederiksen, Elin Bie Haugen, Helle Pals Frandsen, Munthe Suenson, Karen Honoré, Hanne Moth, Vibeke Niclasen, Flemming Thomsen, Bent Haugshøj, Lena Saul, Tekla Walther, Lotte Strand, Benny Henriksen, Lise Gaarde and Kathe Kiele



Ibsen understood acutely how people interact and wanted his theatre to be like real life. That is why fix+foxy has taken Ibsen’s most performed play and staged it in real homes with real people. “To keep them as real as possible, we haven’t prepared them – no rehearsals, no introduction. All they know is that we’re coming.”

This unique production was first produced by the Royal Danish Theatre and The National Theatre in Oslo and following critical acclaim as part of CPH STAGE in Copenhagen and at the Oslo International Acting Festival, fix+foxy’s A Doll’s House received its UK premiere as part of Chelsea Theatre and Theatre of Europe in Rep in a translation made by Peter Woltemade.

A Doll’s House has been performed in local versions in different countries and in different languages, so far in Danish, Swedish, Norwegian and French.

Originally produced by fix+foxy in collaboration with The National Theatre (NO) and The Royal Theatre (DK). Supported by Stiftelsen Skandinavisk Teaterpris. The Denmark tour 2015-2017 was produced in collaboration with Teatergrad. English version produced ind collaboration with Theatre of Europe.

A Doll’s House was first performed 13-19 June 2014 in different apartments in Copenhagen.

Previous tours
Theatre de la Poudrerie, 2022 – Premiered March 11
Arctic Arts Festival , 2019
Europäisches Bürgerbühnen Festival, 2018
Cph Stage, København 2014, 2018
In Transit festival, London 2016
Golden Days, København 2015
Metropolis, København 2015
Ibsen Festival, Oslo 2014


Copenhagen 2014
Kitt Maiken Mortensen, Troels Thorsen,
Thomas Hwan

Oslo 2014
Trude-Sofie Anthonsen, Kristian Winther, Mads Sjøgård Pettersen

Tour Denmark 2015-17:
Lise Lauenblad, Rolf Hansen, Pelle Nordhøj Kann

London 2016:
Cassie Raine, Jamie Zubairi and Ben Samuels

Tue Biering and Jeppe Kristensen

Søren Normann Hansen

Production assistant:
Mette Bisgaard (DK), Magnus Bratten (NO)

Irene Hougaard, Sofia Finken

Produced by:
Fix&Foxy in collaboration with the National Theater and the Royal Theater in Copenhagen 2014. With support from the Scandinavian Theater Award Foundation.

Danmarks Turne 2015-2017 produced in collaboration with Teatergrad

Thanks to the Oslo International Acting Festival.





We are moving a small part of Thailand, the focal point of sex tourism, to Copenhagen: A Thai hotel room and a sex worker who reenacts her life – with the audience as customers. An extremely intimate notion of a global phenomenon, communicated through touches, smells, sounds and the meeting with another human being.

Ping Pong usually lives in the Thai city of Chiang Mai and has been a sex worker with Thai and Western men as clients, friends, boyfriends and relationships for 20 years. She is a participant in our sensual and playful analysis of what sex tourism is and what it says about our world and our identity. Why do so many people travel so far to have an intimate relationship?

In the performance, 10 spectators enter a Thai hotel room together with Ping Pong. Here, one at a time, in turn, they help revive meetings Ping Pong has had with customers. She directs them and leads them individually through the scenes. What happens when you meet at a beer bar in Thailand?

A performance that is of course about sex, but also all the other needs we have. Like love, for example.


Ping Pong (born Thanta Laovilawanyakul)

Idea and direction: Tue Biering and Jeppe Kristensen

Scenography: Sille Don’s Heltoft

Sound Design: Rasmus Kreiner

Lighting design: David Abad

Performance manager: Christine Seierstad

Stage Master: Maiken Bruun-Aamodt

Procurator: Josefine Else Larsen

Builders: Johan Brandt Richard, Lina Gallo, Rasmus Fredborg

Painter: Niels Bruun-Aamodt

Director and production assistant: Anna Ida Pezzot

Trainee: Holger Skriver

Technical implementation: Bjarke Jepsen and Michael Roger

Producer: Ane Bank and Søren Norman Hansen

Consultant: Hanne Thornager

Communication & PR: Karen Toftegaard.

Graphics, photo and poster: Soren Meisner

Thanks to: Danish Actors’ Association, Hofor, Theater Zeppelin, Steen Reiter

A special thank you to Kasper Ravnhøj

The performance is supported by: The Danish Art Fund’s Project Support Committee and

Consul George Jorck and wife Emma Jorck Foundation