Macbeth (2000) was a theatre production by Oberon Teaterproduksjoner, based on the play by William Shakespeare. The production was performed at Fredriksten Fortress, Halden.
Birgitte Strid directed it.
Terje Brevik played the role of Macbeth.
Nina Andreassen played the role of Lady Macbeth.
Information(Objekt ID 1025)
|Premiere||August 10, 2000|
|Produced by||Oberon Teater|
|Based on||Macbeth AKA The Tragedy of Macbeth AKA The Scottish Play by William Shakespeare|
|Audience||Adults, Youth (from 12)|
|Expressions||Theatre, Drama, Outdoors theatre|
|Running period||August 10, 2000|
Macbeth by Oberon Teaterproduksjoner was supported by the county of Østfold, the municipality of Halden and AOF.
Oberon Teaterproduksjoner, oberonteater.no, 16.12.2010, http://www.oberonteater.no/forest.html
|William Shakespeare||– Playwright|
|Birgitte Strid||– Direction|
|Birgitte Strid||– Choreography|
|Cecilie Jørstad||– Composition|
|Birgitte Strid||– Stage design|
|Tomas Adrian Glans||– Costume design|
|Siw Støve||– Lighting design|
|Christer Andersson||– Actor|
|Nina Andreassen||– Actor (Lady Macbeth)|
|Iver Bjurgren||– Actor|
|Terje Brevik||– Actor (Macbeth)|
|Gudmund Groven||– Actor|
|Cecilie Jørstad||– Actor (Lady Macduff)|
|Thomas Magnus||– Actor|
|Sylvia Nedregotten Strand||– Actor|
|Ketil Ravneng||– Actor|
|Frank Skovrand||– Actor|
|Rebecca Strand||– Actor|
|Stian Westin||– Actor|
|Kristian B. Winther||– Actor|
|Kjetil Skåret||– Technical director|
|August 10, 2000 – Fredriksten festning|
Halvor Titlestad, Sarpsborg Arbeiderblad August 11 2000. Rating the performance worthy of six pips on the die:
"The Østfold edition of the Shakespeare play is something as simple – but still hard – as very good theatre. Here are great efforts by the actors in a classical play on a very special stage. The big tower provides an unusual frame. (...) The young actors onstage and behind the stage treat the greatness of Shakespeare in a humble and honourable manner, but they still attack the task in a disrespectful manner: To make their own mark on a play so often performed – in all contexts."