17 - 25. September


About the performance


GARDEN is nominated for a Reumert Award 2018 in category of best performance.

IMPORTANT! Only one audience member for each performance - five performances per day, six on weekends. Tickets can only be bought online. Not at the door. Performance will be in English. Enter through the glass side door in the school yard at Bora Bora.

GARDEN was listed as one of the top ten best performances in Denmark by Den 4. Væg in December 2017.

GARDEN is a unique performance experience where individual audiences one at a time are immersed into a surreal world of adventure and intimate encounters. Traveling between the curtains of a dream like maze, they encounter an environment that would be best described as Twin Peaks meets Alice in Wonderland!

This immersive and participatory performance for one audience member is a 45 minute experience where you will have unique encounters that are tailored to your own imagination and desires.

Upon your arrival at your allocated performance time slot you will be greeted by a steward who will equip you with all the guidance you need to enter GARDEN. From then onwards you will enter alone into a transformed stage, through curtain corridors, dim lights and ambient soundscapes in a parallel world where sense is senseless. Through-out your journey you will encounter characters that invite you to become part of their fragmented narratives and question your identity and personal borders.

Who are you? Who will you choose to become? Which rabbit will you follow? The power of choice is in your hands as your choices effect the overall outcome of this inexplicable performance narrative.

GARDEN breaks traditional theatre formats and offers full immersion into a universe.

Recommended for audiences age 17 and up.
Contains nudity.


Awards and Achievements:
Listed as one of the top ten best performances in Denmark in 2017 by Den 4. Væg

★★★★★★ - “the maze felt infinite and the adventure world incredibly big. This performance impressed me with both the practical, emotional and actors abilities” – den 4. Væg


About the artist

Himherandit Productions are an award-winning company that have been creating cutting edge performances since 2002 with artistic direction by Andreas Constantinou.

In 2013 Himherandit Productions ignited a six year performance project titled The GENDERhouse Projects. The GENDERhouse projects are a series of yearly performances and community projects that span out between 2013-2018 around topics of gender, sexuality and identity. To date these yearly performances have great success with extensive international touring and critical responses.

Most recently in 2017 the 6th performance of The GENDERhouse titled WoMAN & WOMAN was nominated for a Reumert Award for best dance performance in Denmark. In 2015 and 2016 Himherandit Productions were named one of the 20 most exciting emerging dance companies in Europe with selection of their performances The WOMANhouse and WOMAN at Aerowaves16 and Aerowaves17 and in 2015 and 2016. Two performance awards were gained for the performances of ReDoing GENDER and The WOMANhouse from the Danish Arts Foundation Scholarship Committee. Now Himherandit Productions bring you GARDEN which is their 7th performance included in The GENDERhouse series.



Title of work: Garden
Artist/Company name: Himherandit Productions
Country company is based in: Aarhus, Denmark
Performance venue: Bora Bora – dans og visuelt teater, Small stage
Dates: 17 - 25. September (SOLD OUT)
17th September: 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 18:00, 19:00
18th September: 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 18:00, 19:00
19th September: 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 18:00, 19:00
20th September: 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 18:00, 19:00
21st September: 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 18:00, 19:00
22nd September: 11:00, 12:00, 14:00, 15:00, 17:00, 18:00
24th September: 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 18:00, 19:00
25th September: 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 18:00, 19:00




Directors: Andreas Constantinou, Dagmara Bilon
Performers: Andreas Constantinou, Dagmara Bilon, Tone Lorenzen, Nick Finegan
Scenography and Light Design: Jeppe Cohrt
Music: Marlou Vriens
Masks: Christina Kvint