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Endgame (1971) was a theatre production by The Norwegian Theatre, based on the play by Samuel Beckett. The production was performed in the theatre's venue Scene 2, in the facilities the theatre used at the time, in Rosenkrantzgaten.
Bjørn Endreson directed it. The production was the second of his Beckett productions for The Norwegian Theatre.
Bjarne Andersen played the role of Hamm. He received Norwegian Critics' Award 1971-1972 for his interpretation of the role.
Tom Tellefsen played the role of Clov.
Endgame visited Bergen International Festival in 1972, with Bjørn Endreson's production of Waiting for Godot, in which Andersen and Tellefsen played the roles of Vladimir and Estragon.
Information(Objekt ID 40509)
|Premiere||September 3, 1971|
|Produced by||The Norwegian Theatre|
|Based on||Endgame by Samuel Beckett|
|Number of events||47|
|Expressions||Theatre of the absurd, Theatre|
|Running period||September 3, 1971|
Einar Dahl's private archive, donated by Einar Dahl, 27.10.2014
The National Library of Norway, performance program transferred to Sceneweb 01.03.2017.
The National Stage's repertoire database, donated by The National Stage, 24.06.2016
|Samuel Beckett||– Playwright|
|Bjørn Endreson||– Translation|
|Bjørn Endreson||– Direction|
|Bjørn Endreson||– Stage design|
|Bjarne Andersen||– Actor (Hamm)|
|Tom Tellefsen||– Actor (Clov)|
|Åsta Voss||– Actor (Nell)|
|Kåre Wicklund||– Actor (Nagg)|
|Stein Hamre||– Props|
|Ingar Nielsen||– Stage manager|
|Harald Hoaas||– Director’s assistant|
|Tone Astrup||– Prompter|
|Torill Steinlein||– Prompter|
|Bergen International Festival||May 31, 1972|