Lasse and Ingrid are sitting relaxed in a couch, looking straight in the camera. There are clothes and pillows surrounding them.


Lasse is a composer and a musician. Ingrid is a choreographer and a dancer. Their collaboration is often about finding new ways to articulate a working situation: where both operate as equal players, without having to be the same.

In 2019 Ingrid and Lasse made the performance Panflutes and Paperwork. Since the premiere at Theater Rotterdam it has been shown all over Europe. No Dreams, No Gold is their next stage production and takes trust and courage as thematic starting points for the performance: When does courageous amateurism become naive bravery? Can the promise of trust be an encouragement to fail confidently?

Ingrid and Lasse have different experience and perspective, but share the space of negotiation that arise when meeting in the periphery of their own expertise. Their friendship is an intrinsic part of their artistic material, which makes the work highly personal yet down to earth. With warmth and humor they contemplate the conventions in the performing arts, in order to learn more about what a choreographic language can contain.


Performance: Ingrid Berger Myhre and Lasse Passage

Music: Lasse Passage and Ingrid Berger Myhre

Co-production: Kunstencentrum BUDA, Dansateliers Rotterdam, Bunker Ljubljana

Research residencies: DansiT, Davvi Senter for Scenekunst, Uferstudios / Tanzfabriek Berlin

With the support of: Advancing Performing Arts Project (apap) - FEMINIST FUTURES - a project co-funded by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union

Production: Caravan Production



  • January 2024in residency
    Bunker, Stara Elektrarna, Ljubljana (SI)
  • January 2024in residency
    Kunstencentrum BUDA, Kortrijk (BE)
  • March 2023in residency
    Uferstudios, Tanzfabriek, Berlin (DE)
  • January 2023in residency
    Davvi Senter for Scenekunst, Hammerfest (NO)
  • August 2022in residency
    DansiT, Trondheim (NO)
  • "Seeing your work with Lasse Passage last night, I felt delighted that you found a partner in crime. I thought about my closest friends and collaborators, and what a joy it is to find people who trust you, who see what you see, people who might say "ok I can't believe I'm doing this but if you believe it's great, I trust you.""

    Claire LefèvreImagetanz, brut, Vienna

Photos by: Kim Jakobsen To, Marthe Nyvoll