The Wild Duck - Part 2

The Wild Duck part two - Director's cut is a theatre production by Vegard Vinge and Ida Müller, originally produced in collaboration with Black Box Teater, and based on the play by Henrik Ibsen. The premiere took place at Black Box Teater.

Vegard Vinge and Ida Müller shared responsibility for direction, stage design and costumes.

The Wild Duck – Part 2 Director's cut was nominated for The Hedda Award 2010 in the production of the year category.


(Objekt ID 2874)
Object type Production
Original title Norwegian: Vildanden
Premiere May 22, 2010
Produced by
Coproducers Black Box Teater
Based on The Wild Duck by Henrik Ibsen
Number of events 4
Language Norwegian
Expressions Durational performance, Puppetry, Physical theatre, Post-dramatic theatre, Satire, Theatre, Multidisciplinary, Tragicomedy/Seriocomedy
Running period May 22, 2010  —  May 29, 2010
Duration 12-18 hours

Requirements to venue

Blackout No
Performance dates
May 29, 2010 19:00 – Hele teatret (Marstrandgata) – Show
May 27, 2010 19:00 – Hele teatret (Marstrandgata) – Show
May 25, 2010 19:00 – Hele teatret (Marstrandgata) – Show
May 22, 2010 19:00 – Hele teatret (Marstrandgata) – Opening night
Press coverage

Anette Pettersen, Dagsavisen:

"One single sentence from Ibsen's text can last a whole hour in the universe of Vinge/Müller. The layers of signs are so many and one is allowed the time to follow them to an end. Only a few take Ibsen this seriously."

Elin Høyland, Morgenbladet:

"It is as if the whole conflict material of Ibsen has resurrected, not just in the way of contemporary tragedy, but as an image of the eternal renewal of generational and religious conflicts between people."