The Clan Bear Clan
This is how he sees Camara Lundestad Joof and Sandra Kolstad
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Jean M. Auel's "Children of the Earth" series on Stone Age life in Europe, better known as the Holebjorn Clan , has for many generations of young women become a way into the world of adults, both literary and sexual. Discovery of fire, plants as a contraceptive and throbbing male limbs, why not find mention in the Stone Age novels?
Author, stage artist and playwright Camara Lundestad Joof is a true disciple of the bear bear and got the first book in the hands of grandma say early in her teens, with a performance hidden in the side. This evening she tells the story of Cro-Magnon girl Ayla and her way from young to adult woman.
Pop artist, composer and producer Sandra Kolstad has previously written music for several plays and performances, not least the works of the political body in the 10th anniversary of the Literature House. She accompanies Joof's supply of self-written table music and synth comp. Together, they serve an evening of strong feelings and great literary leaps about youth, rumor and the kind of family that follows the literary-erotic course of the family.
See a taste of the event here: