I disappear was a theatre production by The National Theatre, produced in 2012 and based on the play by Arne Lygre.
Eirik Stubø directed it.
Information(Objekt ID 34712)
|Premiere||August 24, 2012|
|Produced by||The National Theatre|
|Based on||I disappear by Arne Lygre|
|Running period||August 24, 2012|
Gisken Armand won The Hedda Award 2013 in the best leading actress category for the role of I in I disappear.
The Hedda jury gave the following reason:
"The actress alone on stage, without props or stage design as support, must trust herself and the word. The award winner of the year has throughout her career - including everything from drama to comedy, musicals and theatre for children - again and again proven how nuanced and precise she masters the word, whether we talk about modern slang, ancient poetry lines or comedy's sky-high demands for precision. In this year's production she presents a character without a clearly defined identity, in an undefined reality in continuous change. With her nuanced treatment of the text she is the fundamental element of the performance. This year's best leading actress award goes to Gisken Armand."
Arne Lygre won The Norwegian Ibsen Award AKA The Ibsen Prize 2013 for I disappear.
The jury gave the following reason:
"I disappear by Arne Lygre moves through a dark landscape with a female I, her girlfriend, daughter and husband. The world described is uncertain bordering the threatening. The woman is caught in a life situation, an existential crisis, she is reflecting upon. Arne Lygre uses different narrative perspectives in his examination of our time's constant staging of one's own identity. The form mirrors the content in an elegant, suggestive and intellectual way. The text is open as well as mysterious with many changing landscapes. With I disappear Arne Lygre ensures his position as one of our most interesting playwrights."
The National Theatre, fdb.nationaltheatret.no, 21.05.2013, http://fdb.nationaltheatret.no/S%C3%B8k/tabid/57/ctl/PlayView/mid/374/oppsetningId/e8576fa2-33da-4f42-b5e3-4c568d04d0c0/Default.aspx
The Hedda Award, heddaprisen.no, 10.06.2013, http://www.heddaprisen.no/pub/heddaprisen/main/?aid=1176
Sceneweb on The Norwegian Ibsen Award AKA The Ibsen Prize, http://www.sceneweb.no/en/award/11725/The_Norwegian_Ibsen_Award_AKA_The_Ibsen_Prize
|Arne Lygre||– Playwright|
|Eirik Stubø||– Direction|
|Cecilia Ölveczky||– Dramaturge|
|Kari Gravklev||– Stage design|
|Kari Gravklev||– Costume design|
|Klaus K Kottmann||– Video/Film|
|Sven Erga||– Sound|
|Roy Knudsen||– Sound|
|Ellen Ruge||– Lighting design|
|Gisken Armand||– Actor (Jeg)|
|Eindride Eidsvold||– Actor (Min mann)|
|Stine Mari Fyrileiv||– Actor (Min venninnes datter)|
|Laila Goody||– Actor (Min Venninne)|
|Ruth Haraldsdottir||– Mask design|
|Kine Sørbøe||– Stage manager|
|Hans R. Jarn||– Stage Manager|
|Ryan Bourne||– Lighting supervisor|
|Ilene Myrann Sørbøe||– Director’s assistant|
|Ingvil E. Toft||– Costume production supervisor|
|Trond Bøthun Nilsen||– Prompter|
|Ilene Myrann Sørbøe||– Prompter|
|Truls Kwetzinsky||– Producer|
|Kirsti Ellefsen||– Administration (Informasjonaansvarlig)|
|Hilde Vibeke Innerby||– Administration (Markedsansvarlig)|
|August 24, 2012 – Malersalen||The Ibsen Festival – National premiere, Norway|
|The Ibsen Festival||August 24, 2012|