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Laura Kamis Wrang is a professional actress, storyteller voiceartist and teacher, living and working in Copenhagen Denmark.

She is booked to do Christmas shows through "Louise Schouw Theatre and Event". See more at www.louiseschouw.dk

Laura has since her graduation in 1987, worked in television, films ( "The art of Crying), radio, done voiceovers and performed in theatre productions for both adults and children. The last few years she has also been asked to do workshops with storytelling sessions and been booked by libraries and schools to work as a teacher within integrational problems and cross-curricular themes.

ABRAHAMS DAUGHTERS was created by the theatre "Teatertasken" in 2002, as a reaction to 9.11. Two half sisters clear out daddys house and in the process challenge each others view on life and religion. The story of Abraham both form the Coran and the Bible, is told from a womans point of view. They clash , but in the end their relationship means more than their differences.
"... but most important of the three is love" Paulus

ROSE FABLEAUNTIE has been one of Laura´s popular storytelling figures. Rose has been booked to invite her audiences to go back in time with her during her storytelling sessions, in which she might tell stories by Hans Christian Andersen or other famous historical storytellers. She has even invited school children to a tea party, in which they heard the story of the fascinating far travels of spice and porcelain around the world. As the apples ripen on the trees in the fall, she has told the story of the first devine appletrees and how their magic still lives... if we take good care of the trees and their fruit, every step of the way.... not least tell stories and sing for them.

THE DRAGONS EYE
is a storytelling duo in which Ellen Dahl Bang and Laura have enchanted audiences with their stories from the greek myths of i. eg. Bachus and his dryads and the magic of grapes, Stories from the Nordic mythology, Hans Christian Andersen and lately stories about gene-technology and not least a murderous story about murder in the suburbs.

CREATIVE STORYTELLING WORKSHOPS
Laura Kamis Wrang has always been keen on nurturing creativity. In her storytelling workshops she has been booked to tell stories of various themes and afterwards everyone has had the possibility og creating a handpuppet, waxdoll, sculpture, shadowtheatre or picturestorybox.

The themes up untill now have been: Fabulous Fables and Mystical Beasts, Fancyfree Fairies, Little Folks and Pixies, Puppets from around the world, The Tale of Teddy.

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Blixen on the waterfront

How wonderful it is to work with great stories.



On the 10.10.10 at 10 a beautiful new venue opened its doors to a very special place. The new Cultural house and Library in Helsinore lies just across from the castle of Kronborg - the home of Hamlet´s story. The building used to be an old shipyard, where the ships were buildt and it is huge and widespread.



In one end of the library, on the first floor, a great big glass facade, faces the sea. This thursday In a room with a view… Continue

Posted on October 12, 2010 at 1:34am

Storytelling works and breaks down barriers in learning

Storytelling is a great key to breaking down the barriers felt by children with second language problems.

I have just worked with two groups with many lacks in social skills and learning disabilities. During the course drama and english, I had them build up small scenarios around the storytelling building blocks - person - place and problem. It seems if you have two things that are difficult in play at the same time, they outweigh each other and you might as well just go for it and do it.… Continue

Posted on June 9, 2008 at 6:59pm — 1 Comment

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At 3:16pm on November 14, 2010, Paula Brown said…
good plan re crafts, am knee deep in finishing a course but after Christmas I'd be happy to!
At 9:08pm on August 31, 2010, Michael Williams said…
Glad to hear about the work on Abraham's Daughters! I look forward to hearing more as time goes on. I am enjoying a late balmy summer night on my brother's porch overlooking the Rideau River. The air is warm and there are a million stars above me....
At 10:42am on August 31, 2010, Michael Williams said…
Nice to meet you here too Laura. Newfoundland was a great experience. I reconnected with Dean and Ruth in Ottawa and performed a 'house concert' there where I met many wonderful folk connected with the local storyteller association. Look forward to hearing more about your work too.
At 6:03pm on August 30, 2010, Melanie Ray said…
Laura, how nice, it is with pleasure I accept being your friend on Professional Storyteller. Connecting with you in small and larger ways, hearing you tell, enjoying your energy, it was also a highlight of the conference for me. I have only been home from Newfoundland about 2 weeks, with much catchup to do around my home and my family and work here in Vancouver - it is time to do the biennial audition for BC school shows, and I have a deadline! But I've also got an idea and that is half the battle done! I spent a lovely 2 more weeks in Newfoundland, telling stories at the festival and other places along the west coast,hearing more fine tellings and music. The festival ended with a party for performers and volunteers and what a grand time! Fiddlers, concertina players, one guy on the northumbrian pipes, some flutes I think, much singing, and a dance! Got to bed around 3:30am, as happy as happy!
Tell me when you get a minute how are things with you.
Yours, Melanie
At 10:11am on August 25, 2010, Matilde Machiavello said…
yeap, seems we do have a lot in common, my pleasure! warm hugs from Argentina!
At 2:48pm on August 24, 2010, Ulf Ärnström said…
Hi Laura, thanks for inviting me. Who knows if we might see each other in Lejre, it is the most social and "hyggelige" festival I've enjoyed so far ...
At 5:56am on July 2, 2010, Clare Muireann Murphy said…
Hey Laura
Did you apply to attend FEST this year? It would be great to see you in Reading.
Hope you are keeping busy!
Clare
At 8:17am on January 31, 2010, Clare Muireann Murphy said…
Thanks Laura
Would love to come to Copenhagen. Or maybe we will meet at FEST?
Our roads are long, giving us plenty of time to cross paths I hope!
beir bua
Clare
At 9:45am on September 19, 2009, André Andersen said…
...And thank you for your great performances at the storyslams... Super nights with funny stories.
We succeeded!

 
 
 

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