I much prefer being able to see the eyes

I much prefer being able to see the eyes is a theatre production by Toril Solvang. The production was produced by Propellen Teater. Direction and text was by Solvang herself.


(Objekt ID 27454)
Object type Production
Premiere February 28, 2011
Produced by
Coproducers Propellen Teater
Based on I much prefer being able to see the eyes by Toril Solvang-Kayambakis
Audience Adults
Language Norwegian, English and Swedish
Keywords Theatre, Biographical theatre, Recitation, One-act Play, Physical theatre
Running period February 28, 2011  
Contributors (6)
Name Role
Toril Solvang-Kayambakis – Playwright
Toril Solvang-Kayambakis – Text
Toril Solvang-Kayambakis – Direction
Jon R. Skulberg – Stage design
Stine Fevik – Actor
Henrik Hoff Vaagen – Actor
Performance dates
January 11, 2015Sarpsborg Scene Show
January 10, 2015Sarpsborg Scene Show
January 9, 2015Sarpsborg Scene Show
October 29, 2011Hallen, Norwegian Centre for New Playwriting (NCNP) Show
February 28, 2011Verkstedhallen, Svartlamon & Co Worldwide premiere
Festivals (1)
FESTiBORG January 9, 2015
Press coverage

Amund Grimstad, Flyktig møte (literally: Fleeting meeting) 28.02.2011, Klassekampen [Oslo]:
"It is well observed, it is simply and cleanly directed, and it is not least excellently conveyed by Stine Fevik and Henrik Hoff Vaagen, both of whom are second-year students at the theatre study of The Nord-Trøndelag University College. Toril Solvang has in addition to the script also been responsible for the direction. Through shifts between using staged reading, dialogue, acting, dance and a highly repetitive and eventually totally absurd finale she has managed to convey moods and emotions in a very playful way."