The Guitar Man
|Produced by||Ferske Scener|
|Based on||The Guitar Man by Jon Fosse|
About The Guitar Man
The Guitar Man by Jon Fosse was written in 1994 and Ferske Scener was behind the Norwegian premiere of the play in 2003.
Makka Kleist directed and Bernt Bjørn performed the monologue.
The guitar man came to the town where he lives because of a woman, and he stayed because of a son.
Year after year he has been standing in the underpass, singing his songs for people who do not always want to listen. He has now reached a crossroads. The Guitar Man is a play about daring the unknown and to move on.Read more
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The action in The Guitar Man by Ferske Scener is simple: A street singer taking a little break – a breather the mundane repetitions of daily life.
Ferske Scener shows its audience a middle-aged man midway into an existential crisis. During the play he confronts his life. He makes a final decision and he acts on it.
The Guitar Man is a production about the necessity of making choices. There is a time for everything, including giving in. Facing defeat may let you see something else entirely different.
The Guitar Man is the first theatre monologue written by Jon Fosse.
Ferske Scener, ferskescener.no, 23.11.2010, http://www.ferskescener.no/gitarmannen_av_jon_fosse