Anne Regine Klovholt
Anne Regine Klovholt is an instructor/dramaturge.
Anne Regine Klovholt has a master's degree in stage instruction and dramaturgy from Middlesex University in London. She has worked as a director's assistant for Pål Løkkeberg and Kjetil Bang-Hansen at The National Theatre in Oslo and The Royal Danish Theatre in Copenhagen, plus John Barton at The Royal Shakespeare Company in London/Stratford.
Anne Regine Klovholt was one of the founders behind !bang teaterproduksjoner in cooperation with actress Trine Wiggen. Her direction/production include En pike går i land* (A girl goes ashore), Liv* (refers to the female name Liv, an adaptation of Jon Fosse’s novel Closed Guitar), Stueluft* (Living Room Air) and Spill Stndbrg* (Play Strindberg). Anne Regine Klovholt also works as a freelance dramaturge for theatre, dance and movies.
Source: Performance program Ibsen goes Brazil, Meteor 2005, BIT Teatergarasjen.
20.09.2010: www.bit-teatergarasjen.no -arkiv
Master's degree in stage direction and dramaturgy from Middlesex University i London.
- Klovholt & Kahn - Director
- !bang productions - Director (from 1997 to )