2 x Ibsen - The Lady from the Sea meets Little Eyolf
|Premiére date||3 Sep. 2015|
|Produced by||The Arctic Theatre|
|Based on||The Lady from the Sea by Henrik Ibsen; Little Eyolf by Henrik Ibsen|
|Running period||3 Sep. 2015|
|Duration||2 hours, 15 minutes|
About 2 x Ibsen
2 x Ibsen (2015) was a theatre production by The Arctic Theatre, based on the plays The Lady from the Sea and Little Eyolf by Henrik Ibsen. The production was performed in the theatre's venue Scene Vest.
Anders T. Andersen adapted the texts and directed the production.
Silje Storstein and Ketil Høegh played the roles of the Wangel couple, whereas Marte Germaine Christensen and Marius Lien played the roles of the Allmers couple.
Silje Storstein was nominated for The Hedda Award 2016 in the best supporting actress category for the role of Ellida Wangel.
- Henrik Ibsen - Playwright
- Anders T. Andersen - Adapted by
- Ragnar Olsen - Translation
- Anders T. Andersen - Direction
- Tale Næss - Dramaturge
- Dagny Drage Kleiva - Stage design
- Dagny Drage Kleiva - Costume design
- Øystein Heitmann - Lighting design
- Ådne Solheim - Actor (Eyolf)
- Guri Johnson - Actor
- Jonas Delerud - Actor
- Ketil Høegh - Actor
- Kine Eliassen - Actor
- Kristian Fr. Figenschow jr - Actor
- Kristine Henriksen - Actor
- Marius Lien - Actor
- Marte Germaine Christensen - Actor
- Peder With Sandøy - Actor (Eyolf)
- Rebekka Maria Nystabakk - Actor
- Silje Storstein - Actor
- Torstein Bjørklund - Actor
- Trond Peter Stamsø Munch - Actor
- Trude Øines - Actor
- Silje Underhaug Fosseli - Director’s assistant
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More about 2 x Ibsen
"This autumn we put great emphasis on Henrik Ibsen and meet both Little Eyolf and The Lady from the Sea. As we now intertwine them we see everything in a new light - and the plays illuminate one another.
Love takes centre stage, the urge to travel bubbles and desire for sexuality boils. The stories are let together and lift the chamber play to an epic experience. Instructor Anders T. Andersen promises recognition and to lead the 14 actors to an entirely new experience for the audience."
Import from the Scenekunst.no list of openings 03.08.2015
The Arctic Theatre, www.ht.tr.no, 06.05.16, http://ht.tr.no/index.php/theatre/showview?iShowID=553